Ivy Castle Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, TW1

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Ivy Castle Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, TW1

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Ivy Castle Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, TW1

This beautifully constructed and substantial Edwardian four bedroom residence stands at just over 2100 square feet of living accommodation and is positioned in a unique river front location on the world-famous Eel Pie Island with unrivalled river views from two large reception areas with floor to ceiling windows as well as kitchen/ dining/ family room. Formally, one of the reception rooms was divided creating two good sized double bedrooms thus providing an opportunity for any future owner requiring additional bedrooms. The ground floor further comprises a bedroom ( currently used as a study) and a downstairs shower room/ utility room. On the first floor there are three bedrooms, a family bathroom and a South East facing terrace overlooking Ham Lands benefiting from far reaching views of the river and the surrounding area.
To the rear there are outbuildings, residential boats, moorings and a summer house that generate an annual income of circa £46,500 (2019). Eel Pie Island is named after its Eel Pies and is steeped with history dating as far back as the 1500's where it is rumoured King Henry VIII frequented. It is the closest inhabited Island to the centre of London and is located between Richmond and Teddington Locks. From the 1830 onwards Eel Pie Island Hotel made it a popular leisure resort for holidaymakers. The footbridge was built in 1957, until then the residents had to cross by chain ferry. It is now accessed via a footbridge from Twickenham’s recently renovated Embankment. During the 1950's and 60's the hotels ballroom played host to music legends such as the Rolling stones, Pink Floyd and David Bowie which is now illustrated in the new 'Eel Pie Island museum' opened in 2017 located in central Twickenham. Eel Pie Island is located in the heart of Twickenham Town Centre offering stunning riverside walks, close to transport links, Twickenham mainline station, recreation areas and excellent state and independent schools. EPC= E.

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