About this property
On arriving at the property, you are instantly struck by the period façade, featuring beautifully regimented fenestration and a distinctive entrance porch featuring two stone eagles.
Once inside this fine house, a sense of integrity can be observed in its internal features such as panelled walls, functioning box window shutters, and multiple fireplaces.
These features are enhanced by the abundant natural light and volume, magnificent room proportions and generous ceiling heights, all of which contribute to the property’s grandeur.
The property has several remarkable rooms, such as: two elegant drawing rooms with full height French doors all opening on to the rear garden; a charming bespoke kitchen; an impressive cinema room; and a magnificent reception hallway featuring a turning oak staircase. The most noteworthy of them all is the exquisitely decorated music room/folly, which
was designed in the style of The Alhambra Palace, in Granada,
and was added to the property in the late 19th century.
Upstairs, the six bedrooms are complemented by
five lavishly appointed bathrooms providing ample
accommodation for residents and guests alike.
Occupying a generous plot, the house has a deep walled front
garden creating ample distance from the road, and offering
extensive gated parking in addition to the detached double garage. Whilst to the rear of the property, there is a beautifully landscaped garden that is mainly laid to lawn and has a number of mature trees, shrubs and plants.
No onward chain.
- The house is well situated along this pretty stretch of the high Street that features other notable period properties. It is within approximately a few hundred yards of Bushy Park – with its wonderful deer inhabited acres providing an ideal retreat from the hubbub of daily life. Hampton Court and Teddington can be found just the other side of Bushy Park and also have a wide and sophisticated array of shops and eateries, as well as historic Hampton Court Palace – which abuts a particularly scenic stretch of The River Thames.
- Hampton station provides a direct train service into London Waterloo and the A316 can also be accessed at Hampton, which adjoins the M3 at Sunbury or central London in the other direction, via the A4. The M3 in turn adjoins the M25, thereby offering excellent links to both Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
- Local schools enjoy a superb reputation and are considered to be amongst the best in the country.