Characterful Grade II listed home with beautiful interior backing Bushy Park with views over Hampton Court Palace.
Set behind a gated wall, Tudor House is a delightful period home dating back to the late 1600s and reputedly built by the famous architects Sir Christopher Wren assistant for Abraham Fish, the gardener in chief for William and Mary, joint monarchs.
The property which was fully renovated in 2017, enjoys a picturesque courtyard garden to the front with an array of plants and shrubbery; the perfect place for al fresco dining. Welcoming you into this delightful home is the dining area featuring an impressive working Minster fireplace and a bay window with attractive plantation shutters.
Adjacent is the kitchen which offers a good range of shaker style wall and base mounted cabinetry, granite worktops and integrated appliances.
From the dining area, a stylish wood staircase with glass balustrade leads up to the first floor from where stunning views of Hampton Court Palace and the Royal gardens can be enjoyed. This floor comprises a cosy living room with feature stone surround fireplace and adjacent is a delightful library/study featuring wood panelled walls and built in shelving.
The stylish staircase continues from the living room to the second floor which similarly enjoys the views over the Palace and grounds. There are 2 bedrooms on this floor and a well appointed bathroom with Jacuzzi bath and separate shower.
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This truly is a period gem! Character throughout, yet updated for modern living, Tudor House has the most stunning views into the grounds of both Hampton Court Palace and Bushy Park - what's not to like!Karl Matier