Someone is going to be extremely fortunate and find the most extraordinary property and be in just the right place at the right time to secure this beautiful house. The internal and external character are both stunning. Over my twenty-five years I have not seen a better example from the "Arts and Crafts" era, made all the more appealing by diligent ownership over many years creating this labour of love. However, what makes this property so unique is the history surrounding the construction. Using reclaimed building material from two old Sussex barns the outcome is something extraordinary that feels more Elizabethan or late Tudor. From here, things become even better, once the location is then taken into consideration. Elevated within beautiful grounds extending down towards The River Thames, the views are just fantastic from this riverside setting. Internally, the exposed joinery, fireplace and individual features are a joy to behold and yet the practicalities relating to a modern lifestyle are also comfortably met between three reception rooms, four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a kitchen-breakfast room. Apart from the very obvious attraction and delights relating to the river, the location has other attributes as well.