A rare opportunity to purchase an impressive and unique double fronted family home, with uninterrupted views of the River Thames.
The house is superbly located on Church street, Old Isleworth, recognised as being one of the most picturesque streets on the river in SW London. Butterfield House is set next door to All
Saints Church and a stone’s throw from Syon Park and House.
Behind an impressive façade, the accommodation comprises an entrance hall leading to four
reception rooms on the ground floor currently configured as a large double reception space,
library, and family room. A cloakroom with WC is accessed from the hallway. The ground floor continues to a kitchen, utility room, a further WC and further storage room. French doors open out to the garden. The first and second floors benefit from six bedrooms and three bathrooms in total, plus eaves storage.
Further benefits to the property include a large private garden with shed and double garage,
lower ground utility and storage areas with potential for creating further living or
entertaining space, and potential to extend subject to the appropriate planning consents.
A rare opportunity to create a truly unique and impressive family home in a superb location.
Located in the heart of Isleworth Riverside Conservation Area, Church Street is recognised as being a location of historic character.
The house faces the river and across to the open green spaces of Old Deer Park and The Kings Observatory which is next to the Royal Botanic
Gardens at Kew. To the east of the Church on the north bank of the river the beautiful open
spaces of Syon Park also provide a retreat from the business of daily life within just a few hundred metres.
Butterfield House is locally listed and next to the Grade II listed Wren designed All Saints Church. Old Isleworth provides a variety of charming
river pubs, cafes, restaurants and shops. Neighbouring Twickenham and St Margarets
village are easily accessible within 1.8 miles, and
Richmond Town is located just across the River, 1.5 miles to the south, and can be reached by river paths.
Regular bus routes link Old Isleworth to St Margarets train station in around 5 minutes.
St Margarets station provides direct trains to Waterloo in around 30 minutes.