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Property of the Day: Hartington Road, Chiswick

You’d be forgiven for mistaking that this villa is in the south of France rather than by the riverside of west London with its pool, classically designed interiors and lush green surrounds…

Bringing a little slice of sunshine in Chiswick, this detached property is not short of space, having five bedrooms across its three floors, as well as five reception rooms and six bathrooms.

The master suite overlooks the garden and the River Thames on the first floor while the four further bedrooms all have en-suite bathrooms or shower rooms. If that wasn’t enough, there’s also a home office, gym and integral garage inside the property.

The interiors reflect the villa feel of the mansion with white walls, that are currently decorated with luxurious gold furnishings in living areas and are accentuated by contemporary amenities in the bathrooms and kitchen.

The exterior of the property is one of its crowning features as not only does it sit in gated grounds, but homeowners have access to the 180ft gorgeous green gardens and their own private pool for the warmer months to come.

If the outdoor space inside the grounds isn’t enough, the villa backs onto the River Thames, which can be seen from inside the house and from the pool.

Homeowners have access to the gorgeous green gardens and their own private pool for the warmer months

Sat on Hartington Road, a tree-lined avenue in Chiswick, this villa is in a fantastic location between The Green and Chiswick Bridge.

It benefits from being close to Chiswick High Road’s independent shops and restaurants, as well as its easy access for commuters with transport links into town via the District Line and South West Trains. But really with all of this on offer inside your grounds, why would you ever want to leave home?

Hartington Road is on the market with Harrods Estates for £10 million 

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