Charming, former fisherman's cottage, originally one of five (two were absorbed into the Bulls Head, two have been knocked together) built circa 1770. Grade 2 listed and providing glorious views of the River Thames. Entering the property at the back through a quaint mature courtyard garden, with two large storage cupboards into the garden, the toilet and kitchen are to the left and the main reception room, with fire place and views are to the front towards the river. The living room leads through a hidden door to the original staircase (original flooring throughout), up to the first floor which houses two double bedrooms (one with majestic river views) and family bathroom. The second floor has a further double bedroom. Strand on the Green is one of London's premier riverside locations and boasts a wealth of historic pubs and restaurants in addition to an array of local amenities. Both Kew Bridge and Chiswick National Rail stations are nearby and the A4/M4 is very close for transport links in and out of London. Early viewing is highly recommended. Council Tax Band F.
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