A Victorian Gothic Folly, listed as a 'building of Townscape merit' which was once a working coach house and is now a unique, tucked away two bedroom cottage with its own secluded garden situated away from the main road. It is believed that the coach house may have originally been built in Marylebone and at some point used as a chapel before it was moved 'brick by brick' to it's current location. In any event it now provides a unique home which would now benefit from modernisation. The accommodation is arranged over two floors and provides a main reception room with open fireplace and French doors to the South facing garden and a good size kitchen on the ground floor with two bedrooms and a bathroom on the top floor. Priests Bridge is ideally located with easy access to White Hart Lane, and it’s local shops and gastro pubs, restaurants and coffee shops together with bus routes giving access to neighbouring towns. Barnes Bridge mainline station is within walking distance and both Barnes and East Sheen town centres are easily accessible.
Address: 363 Upper Richmond Road