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Price £1,595,000 (Freehold)
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A magnificent contemporary designed riverside home set in large south facing gardens, enjoying an elevated position including a large deck to take full advantage of the splendid views over this picturesque stretch of the River Thames. EPC Rating: B

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Coney Croft is unique and spectacular riverside home, commissioned by our clients in 2013. It has been designed for outdoor living with an emphasis on summer entertaining with the main living space having four sets of bi-fold doors opening onto an enormous deck that commands southerly views over the River Thames. Perfect that this is, this stunning home has been designed for more than just one season. The riverscape is a perpetually changing picture and the vast amount of glass allows this to be enjoyed throughout the year and the high levels of insulation, double sided fireplace and extensive use of natural materials, gives the home a warmth and comfortable feel. The accommodation extends to approximately 2035 square feet (189 sq.m) of internal living space with a great sense of volume, enhanced by the vaulted ceilings and abundance of natural light. The layout has been skilfully designed with a central internal corridor allowing all the rooms to maximise upon the views and the principal areas to have direct access onto the deck or private balcony. The principal room is the large open plan kitchen/family room that is perfect for today ’s relaxed style of living and a separate utility room houses the laundry and additional appliances. For those more formal occasions or a quiet retreat from the family, there is a second living room. The attention to detail and use of high quality fitments is evident throughout from the impressive and beautifully appointed, open plan kitchen and the luxuriously appointed bathrooms. All four double bedrooms have built-in wardrobes and three have en-suites; the master suite has bi-fold doors onto the deck and a sumptuous bathroom including a wet room shower. The fourth bedroom is currently laid out as a study, opens on to its own balcony and is adjacent to a separate bathroom.

  • Stunning riverside home on 0.322 acre south facing plot
  • 4 Double bedrooms
  • 4 Bathrooms (3 en-suite)
  • Magnificent open plan kitchen/family room opening onto deck
  • Separate south facing living room
  • Extensive off street parking
  • Licenced mooring on the River Thames opposite

Garden and Exterior

The grounds extend to 0.322 of an acre with a due south aspect over this picturesque stretch of the River Thames. The gardens are easy to maintain, being principally laid to lawn divided into two sections. The rear section is enclosed ideal for children or pets and to the rear corner is a concrete base with power laid on for either a garden office or summerhouse. The front section of garden has been attractively landscaped with lavender beds, a white shingle leading to the eastern side of the plot where there is a strategically positioned lower deck separating two ponds, making a lovely tranquil spot to catch the setting sun. A pair of electric gates open onto a wide driveway that leads to a rear parking area with additional hard standing and a outdoor shower connected to the household hot water system, to rinse off after canoe trips or boating. Opposite the house on the other side of the Towpath is a licensed landing stage proving a mooring on the River Thames.


Coney Croft is set back from the Tow Path and this picturesque stretch of the River Thames. Shepperton Lock and historic "Old Shepperton" with its picturesque Church Square, fine Norman Church, reputable selection of public houses, restaurants and hotels are all within an easy stroll. Shepperton offers a friendly village community, ideal for bringing up a family and boasts an excellent selection of state and private schools, catering for all age groups. The village centre with its traditional bustling High Street, bus routes and station providing a service to London Waterloo (53 minutes) are within 1.6 miles. For the motorist, junction 1, M3, the start of the A316 to London and junction 11, M25 are 3.8 and 3.4 miles respectively.