4 bedroom Detached house for sale
Exquisite Georgian and Victorian-inspired houses set among tree-lined streets and landscaped grounds, against a backdrop of Richmond Park's ancient woodlands and within a few minutes of its prestigious Ham Gate.
Set alongside Royal parkland, this development offers exceptional living. Exquisite Georgian and Victorian-inspired houses set among tree-lined streets and landscaped grounds, against a backdrop of Richmond Park's ancient woodlands and within a few minutes of its prestigious Ham Gate.
The development truly boasts an irresistible blend of sophisticated urban family living and the tranquillity of nature, all within easy reach of central London.
- Four and five bedroom houses
- Off-street parking
- Private gardens
- Minutes from Richmond Park
- Excellent state and private schools
- Secluded private development
- Over 10 schools located within a 10 minute drive
- Luxury specification
- Just minutes from Richmond Park
- 9 minutes by bicycle to Kingston Station
Once the rural retreat of British monarchs, Richmond has carved a unique place in London's landscape. Situated along a 10-mile stretch of the River Thames to the southwest of the Capital, it is the perfect combination of town and country, offering the many advantages of both lifestyles in one charming and affluent borough. Richmond is one of London's iconic «villages».
Vibrant, affluent and possessing a timeless charm, Richmond is full of unexpected delights, with more listed buildings, conservation areas and historic parks than most London boroughs.
Linger over brunch beside the river, pick up a bargain at the quirky collectors' markets, or indulge yourself in the exclusive town-centre boutiques. Take in a play at the intimate Orange Tree Theatre, or simply stroll along the miles of pathway beside the Thames.
From Michelin-starred brasseries to family-run Italian restaurants to traditional pubs, there is a wealth of places to catch a bite to eat or a drink, and meet friends for a sundowner, or gather with the family for Sunday lunch.
Central London and lively Surrey towns are all within easy reach. The A3 is under 15 minutes' drive away, linking you to Surrey, Central London and the M25.
Excellent rail links make Central London stations accessible in as little as 32 minutes, ideal for commuting to the city. By car, the M3, M4 and M25 motorways give easy access to Heathrow and the southwest.
Just a 7-minute walk away from the development there is a bus stop located on Tudor Drive. From here the 371 bus takes you to either Richmond Station in one direction or Kingston Station in the other.
The development is surrounded by some of the best state and independent schools in London, supporting a range of educational needs.
Some of southwest London's top schools - suiting all ages, abilities and talents - are within a short drive of the development. There is a good mix of both independent and state schools, many of which are rated 'outstanding' or 'good' by Ofsted. King's College School in nearby Wimbledon was awarded London Independent Secondary School of the Year in 2017.
- Latchmere Junior School - 5 mins
- St Agatha's Catholic School - 5 mins
- King's House School - 9 mins
Junior / Senior Schools
- The German School - 6 mins
- Surbiton High School - 13 mins
- Wimbledon High School - 22 mins
- Grey Court - 5 mins
- The Kingston Academy - 5 mins
- Tiffin Girls School - 6 mins
- Kingston Grammar School - 8 mins
- Marymount International School - 11 mins
- King's College School - 18 mins
- Royal Ballet School - 19 mins
With eight theatres in and around Richmond, multiplex and arthouse cinemas within walking distance of the centre, and art and music venues to suit every taste, there is always something to do, see or join in.
If sport is your passion, you will find polo, horse riding and golf clubs in Richmond, while Wimbledon and Twickenham stadiums are just a short drive away.
Visit the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew, explore the majestic Hampton Court Palace just down the river, or why not hire a rowing boat and simply enjoy the views.
In 1637, King Charles I enclosed a 2,500-acre area of common land and turned it into a park for red and fallow deer. The eight-mile wall he built can still be seen, but the park is no longer reserved for Royal use.
Today, it is a spectacular and much-loved public space that attracts families, walkers, runners, cyclists, golfers, riders and anglers, who enjoy its year-round splendour. It is abundant in open grassland, ancient woodland and rare wildlife, and has conservation status. The magnificent view across London from Richmond Hill is unique in being protected by an Act of Parliament.
- Composite stone work surfaces
- Gas hob, Integrated extractor, oven and microwave oven
- Integrated fridge/freezer and dishwasher
- Built-in wine cooler
En-suites, Bathrooms & Shower Rooms
- Porcelain floor tiles
- Low-level vanity unit with storage and Vitra basin
- Polished chrome Vado basin mixer
- Polished chrome thermostatic heated towel rail
- Bicycle Parking
- Indoor Swimming pool
- Park & Riverside walk
- Private garden
- Social space
- Underfloor Heating
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