A stunning Victorian property, previously known as Lake Lodge, has been thoughtfully renovated into a contemporary dwelling that still retains its 19th-century grandeur.

The house, edging the popular village of Wargrave, sprawls more than 4000 sq. ft. has been advertised on Rightmove for £2,950,000 and overlooks delightful views of the river Thames and Trent Valley.

Boasting several original features like decorative coving, picture rails, and cavernous bay windows, the renovated dwelling exhibits a modern-day minimalist design that allows a new owner to incorporate their personal touches without tarnishing the house's character.

The house, based on the listing, offers well-established, private gardens including an outdoor swimming pool, a tennis court, and private mooring, capturing the sun throughout the day.

Hamptons estate agent states that, despite its rural appeal amid the green countryside, the house maintains easy access to the village centre and is less than a mile from the Wargrave station.

Liberally proportioned accommodations spread across four floors, with an excellent selection of reception rooms perfectly designed for growing families.

Providing well-proportioned amenities across all four floors and exhibiting a great level of attention to detail, the house features an extensive attic room on the second floor, which can be made into a private space for older children or guests.

The ground floor features a self-contained annexe that can be converted to accommodate multigenerational living or be used as a rental.

The house is firmly set in an elevated hillside position with a sizeable gravel driveway to the front, providing ample parking.

The grounds of about 1.8 acres also comprise a wooden gazebo, ideal for alfresco dining, and a heated outdoor swimming pool.

The property has its private covered mooring in the Hennerton Backwater leading to the Thames.

Lake Lodge is close to the village centre that offers excellent local shopping facilities and a railway station with regular services to London Paddington Station via Twyford–– also providers of the new Elizabeth Line service into central London.

Easy access to major motorways backs its location's utility.