This stunning end of terrace, Grade Two listed, period six bedroom historical home on The Terrace, by the banks of the River Thames is the former home of composer Gustav Holst. Boasting one hundred and eighty degree views of the river and over 4,000 square feet of living space, this is a truly magnificent family home. Approached from the side, with residents parking outside the front door, the property features at ground floor level: a spectacular dining room at the front of the house and a large kitchen/breakfast room which leads onto a good size courtyard garden at the back and a downstairs toilet. On the lower ground floor is a gym, wine cellar and masses of dry storage. On the first floor is a majestic drawing room with balcony overlooking the Thames and three double bedrooms with family bathroom. On the second floor is the master suite with en suite bath/shower room, overlooking the river, plus two further double bedrooms and family shower room. The location is perfect for all aspects of London living. National Rail will whisk you to Waterloo in approx. 25 minutes via Clapham Junction. St Pauls, Latymer, The Harrodian and The Swedish schools are all close by and the A316/M3 will take you all places west, including Heathrow and Gatwick Airports, in the blink of an eye. Lastly, the vibrant Barnes High Street is a two minute walk, with a wide array of local independent shops, pubs, restaurants. There is no requirement for an EPC due to the property’s listed status. Council tax band H. EPC exempt.