Ryan’s House

Kingston upon Thames

Ryan’s House

Ryan’s House, Kingston upon Thames

A large family home with open plan kitchen, living room, dining areas and individual rooms that can be closed off. The house (built originally in 1929) was recently renovated maintaining many of the original features. It is full of character, light and period antiques and paintings from England and Russia. On the ground floor, there’s also a music room, office and coat room/cloakroom. Between the first and second floors, there are a further 5 bedrooms, 3 and 1/2 baths. The house also has a big garden with a pond with two sheds, trampoline and a swing. In front, there is a driveway for 2 cars. Parking is free on the street as well. Located between Richmond and Kingston stations and just minutes from the River Thames and Richmond Park, the house is well within the M25.

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