RiverHomes is delighted to bring to market this charming Grade 2 listed upside down cottage built circa 1752 on the banks of the River Thames on picturesque Strand on the Green. The tunnel from Thames Road to the tow path has been used in many films over the years but probably most famously by the Beatles in their film “Help”. This is the first time in nearly 20 years that this property has become available for sale and briefly comprises on the ground floor: two double bedrooms (one with direct river views) wooden floors throughout and a family bathroom. To the first floor there is a stunning living room with a balcony enjoying direct views of the River Thames, a bright modern kitchen with stairs running down to a delightful and sunny back garden adjacent to the footpath leading to the tunnel. 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. EPC rating D. Council Tax band F.
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