Rocks Lane, Barnes, SW13 0DB

Availability Let
Price/PCM £2,500
Bedrooms 3
EPC Rating 64 75

A BEAUTIFULLY-PRESENTED GROUND FLOOR 2/3 BEDROOM FLAT WITH OPEN PLAN LIVING, GARDEN, PERMIT PARKING AND WITHIN EASY REACH OF TRANSPORT LINKS

Situated in the popular area of Barnes, South London is this beautifully-presented ground floor flat that’s within easy reach of transport links and local amenities.  The flat provides bright and spacious accommodation  with open plan living including a fully-fitted kitchen with marble worktops, island and bifold doors to the rear garden, master bedroom with en suite shower room that overlooks Barn Elms playing fields, a further double bedroom, study/bedroom 3, and a good sized south-west facing rear garden, with rear access to the lane, which is for the residents’ sole use, and on-street permit parking.  In addition, there is a tanked cellar that has a laundry area and space for a gym/office/storage.

Schooling in the area is superb and includes The Harrodian School, Lowther Primary School, St Osmund’s Catholic Primary School and St Paul’s School in Barnes whilst nearby is Richmond Park Academy, Chiswick School, The Moat School and The Priory Lodge School.  The mainline railway stations of Barnes, Barnes Bridge, Mortlake and Chiswick are all within easy reach and provide regular services into Central London.  The A205 Upper Richmond Road, Great Chertsey Road and Great West Road are nearby and lead to central London as well as Heathrow and City airports.

  • Ideal South London location
  • Reception hall
  • Open plan reception room
  • Fully-fitted kitchen with central island and bifold doors to the garden
  • Master bedroom suite
  • Further bedroom
  • Family bathroom
  • Study/bedroom 3
  • Sole use of south-west facing garden
  • On-street permit parking
  • Cellar with laundry area and space for gym/office/storage
  • Hammersmith : 4 miles
  • Chiswick : 3.5 miles
  • Twickenham : 5.5 miles
  • Heathrow : 14 miles
  • Croydon : 14 miles
  • Central London : 7 miles

(All distances are approximate)

  • The Harrodian School
  • Lowther Primary School
  • St Osmund’s Catholic Primary School
  • St Paul’s School
  • Richmond Park Academy
  • Chiswick School
  • The Moat School
  • The Priory Lodge School

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Location

Local Area

Situated in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames is Barnes, and up-and-coming area that centres around a wide variety of arts and shopping outlets.  Beautiful architecture of 18th and 19th century buildings are a feature in nearby Barnes Pond and the Barnes Village conservation area on the riverside.  On the east side of the River Thames is Barn Elms playing fields, the WWT London Wetland Centre and the Barnes Trail woodland.

 

Barnes is listed in the Domesday Book of 1086 as ‘Berne’ and was held by the Canons of St Paul of London.  The Norman chapel in the village church in Barnes, St Mary’s, was built somewhere between 1100 and 1150, being extended in the 13th century.  A feature of Barnes is the fabulous housing on The Terrace, believed to be examples of the oldest riverside housing in London.  The Georgian mansions are along the west bend of the River Thames and were built from 1720, including the building of the original red brick police station in 1891.  Whilst this building is now flats, much of its original features remain.  Rose House, a lovely pink-fronted house that dates back to the 17th century faces Barnes Pond, whilst Milbourne House which once belonged to Henry Fielding, faces Barnes Green and is the area’s oldest house with parts dating back to the 16th century.  The grounds of the former manor house of Barnes, Barn Elms, is now an open space and playing field, and is home to one of the largest and oldest plane trees in London, as well as being one of the Great Trees of London.  Barnes Railway Bridge is Grade II listed and was originally built by Joseph Locke in 1849.  The Thames Path National Trail is a popular public promenade which runs along the bend of the River Thames, which also forms part of the Championship Course for rowing.

 

Barnes is well-known for a range of landmarks including the Barnes Trail, Bolan’s Rock Shrine which is the site of rock musician’s Marc Bolan’s fatal car crash on Queen’s Ride in 1977, OIympic Studios on Church Road that has not only been a cinema but also a leading recording studio which has been host to a wide variety of rock and pop stars including The Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, David Bowie, Queen, Eric Clapton, Harry Nilsson, Duran Duran, Led Zeppelin, Madonna, Jimi Hendrix and Madonna.  The Bull’s Head pub is one of the first, and most important, jazz venues in post-war Britain and the OSO Arts Centre, which was originally the postal sorting office, was redeveloped and opened in 2002, is a key venue for fringe theatre and art, as well as hosting theatre productions, auctions and exhibitions.  The area around Barnes Pond features open air and covered markets on a monthly basis, and Barnes Green hosts Barnes Fair in July every year.

 

The South Circular (A205) runs through Barnes to the south which leads to central London, the M3, M4 and North Circular Road (A406).  The A306 is the north-south road through Barnes and crosses over Hammersmith Bridge to meet with the A4, Earls Court, the West End and further on to the A3, Guildford and Portsmouth.

 

There are two railway stations – Barnes and Barnes Bridge – that provide easy access to the local areas of Richmond, Chiswick and Hammersmith as well as central London.  London Underground can be accessed in neighbouring Hammersmith and there are direct connections to the City, the West End, Heathrow Airport, the East End, Ealing and Rayner’s Lane.  There are also a range of bus routes available.

  • Barnes and Barnes Bridge mainline rail stations with regular services to central London (approximately 20 minutes).
  • Within a short driving distance of the North Circular, South Circular, M3, M4, A3 and Heathrow Airport.
  • Excellent choice of schools including The Harrodian School, Lowther Primary School, St Osmund’s Catholic Primary School and St Paul’s School.
  • Ample leisure and sporting facilities including art centres, football, rowing and rugby clubs.

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