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Sudbrook Gardens


A substantial and splendidly handsome family home built in 1933. A master builder built all the properties on this road but this house he built for himself.

There's a relaxed grandeur to this very special home. Impressive yet approachable, it's spacious and airy, yet manages to feel warm and cosy. It might even remind you of your favourite sweater - cashmere of course!

Wherever you are in the main house, your gaze is drawn to the expansive gardens. On the ground floor, the kitchen, living room, dining room (with original parquet wood) and study all have views out over it, usually through charming leaded light windows that also make the large bay in the living room such an appealing focal point.

Upstairs there's an easy orderliness in the way the bedrooms and main bathroom all lead off from a lengthy corridor that runs the width of this undeniably wide house. Again, most of these benefit from bucolic views across the sweeping lawn, it's boundary brick wall (c.1720) and beyond into the verdant distance. As such, you feel a serenity that encourages you to slow down and find yourself again.

The immense garden is a celebration of untamed natural beauty. A large pond captures the eye and wildflowers and mature shrubs abound. The vastness of the sky out here is as striking as the birdsong is mesmerising. You'll also find a large patio area, a shed (with utilities) and not one, but five, established trees including magnolia and apple - so you'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing one to nod off under whilst reading the newspaper and sipping something cold and pink on a balmy summer afternoon - ah bliss!

Now, the observant amongst you will have noticed our reference to 'main house'. That, dear reader, is because there is also an absolute peach of a coach house. This is no ordinary outbuilding. Fully self-contained over two floors it is, in fact, a small, perfectly formed house. Indeed, it's such a stunner, we predict that you'll be bolting to this charming bolthole with increasing frequency.

This marvellous property is going to appeal to Townies in search of peace and space and countryfolk missing a bit of action. Whether you choose to glam it up or opt for a pared down country look, this property invites you to stamp your mark on it.

  • Substantial walled gardens

  • Garage and parking for multiple cars

  • Ancillary accommodation

  • EPC C

  • Outstanding school catchment

  • No through road

  • Close to amenities, transport links and Richmond Park

  • Chain free


Asking Price: £4.2M

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