Kent House is an exceptional riverside property dating back to the 1760s, which was renovated further in the 1800s and has now been brought into the 21st century using experts in the field of renovations. The restoration was overseen by Robin Walker Architects and the Georgian Society to ensure the house was fully restored to its former splendour.
The property sits on the river in west London with views of Hammersmith Bridge and looks across the river to the open spaces of Barnes and St Paul’s School. Kent House has a drawing room, dining room, study, library, kitchen/family/living room, bar/lounge, media/cinema room, games room, gym, and 7/8 bedrooms. The property has five bathrooms, and a swimming pool complex which includes a sauna, and garages with a studio as well as extensive landscaped gardens outside. The house in total has around 10,000 sq ft and the gardens are about 0.36 of an acre.
The garden has been designed by multi-award winning Christopher Bradley-Hole and was conceived of as a series of beautifully proportioned spaces, and includes the planting of 22 new trees together with a wide range of perennial planting and bulbs, adding to the area’s biodiversity.
The guide price is £14,000,000 for the freehold. For further information please contact Savills on +44 (0) 20 8987 5555.