House hunters are urged to grab a piece of history with a unique modern build in one of London’s trendiest boroughs – by none other than the property owners themselves.
The owners of a unique house in sought-after Mortlake, Richmond, have decided to take matters into their own hands by bringing their property sale to life in an unusual fashion. In addition to enlisting a single local agent, the sellers wanted to grab the attention of someone with the vision to take on one of the quirkiest homes in the area. Redefining the term blank canvas, the1y have launched a website which shows off the property’s eccentric nature in inimitable style. The site makes beautiful work of showcasing the building’s best features and large, open plan spaces, ideal for modern life.
Current owner, Mr Laycock said, “We thought about going down the traditional path of using an estate agent, but figured this home deserved something more. A truly unique piece of architecture, the house has been a fantastic home to us for almost 15 years. Playing host to many fond memories, we wanted to make sure it is bought by someone who can really appreciate its design and could see it for what it is – a bright home in one of the finest places in the UK.”
Boasting an impressive 1740 sq. ft of floor space, 33 Vineyard Path is enviably located close to all of Mortlake’s amenities. Set over three floors and with an internal garage, the house provides everything a city-lover could want. Designed for a true artistic visionary, the property is a prime opportunity for a creative new owner to create a truly spectacular home in the middle of one of the capital city’s most well-loved areas. It would make a rewarding investment property for siblings or partners, but would equally suit an entrepreneur seeking an unusual space to combine home and office.
With two open plan living spaces set over two floors, it hits the right notes for those looking to invest in a flexible property with bags of potential. The ground floor boasts a full-size internal garage (which can be easily converted), a small room – ideal as a study – and a good sized bathroom.
The first floor benefits from floor to ceiling windows which let in light from end to end, as well as a private balcony. The 30ft. x 26ft. open plan space also boasts a kitchenette and air conditioning for those hot, summer days.
Coming complete with wooden floors and high ceilings, the top floor again flaunts epic proportions, with an open plan living space (previously used as a bedroom). Measuring 22ft. x 17ft., the bright room is bigger than many flats in the capital. There’s also the added bonus of a fully-fitted kitchen which measures 16ft. x 10ft., as well as a handy cupboard for storage space.
Sitting in the Vineyard Path development, number 33 is well-placed for commuters and lovers of the great outdoors. Just a five minute walk to Mortlake Station, which delivers direct 20-minute trains, four times an hour to Waterloo Station, and a 20-minute drive to Heathrow Airport, the quirky home would suit a city-commuter or jet-setter down to the ground.
For times when work takes a backseat, Richmond Park – the capital’s largest Royal Park, is just a 15 minute stroll away, while the Thames Path and River Thames are less than five minutes’ away by foot.
The current owners welcome open viewings from interested parties.
To find out more about the property, explore it in detail, and book a viewing, visit the website: www.33vineyardpath.com