Hamhaugh Island, Shepperton, Surrey, TW17 9LP | Property for sale | Savills
1,622 sq ft(150.69 sq m)
Guide price £1,200,000(€1,399,436)

Hamhaugh IslandShepperton, Surrey, TW17 9LP


    Key features

    • Direct river views
    • Beautifully renovated
    • Separate studio and garden office
    • Stunning views
    • Private mooring

    A unique and rare opportunity to purchase this stunning riverside property on Hamhaugh Island.

    About this property

    • A rare opportunity to purchase this beautifully renovated New-England style home set in an idyllic environment on the banks of the river Thames, with a 55 foot private mooring. Hamhaugh Island is an island paradise accessed by a private footpath over Shepperton Lock and Weir. The house offers glorious south facing views over the river Thames and has fantastic entertaining space, both indoors and outdoors.

      As you enter, you are immediately drawn through the entrance hall to the light and spacious vaulted reception room with large sliding doors leading out to the decking, which enjoys breath-taking riverside views. There are also Velux style skylights allowing natural light to flood the space. The galley kitchen has an abundance of cupboard space, modern integrated appliances and sliding doors leading out to the decking. There is also a well-equipped utility room directly accessed from the kitchen.

      There are three good sized bedrooms and two family bathrooms. The principal bedroom benefits from an en suite with beautiful Fired Earth tiles, plenty of space for storage and has doors leading out to the garden with views over the river Thames. Additionally there is a separate study which could be used as a single bedroom or nursery.

      The gardens are a special feature of this unique home. The house is approached via a long, private garden which is bordered with simply beautiful mature rose and peony plants and a lawned area. The coastal inspired rear gardens have Mediterranean planted features, a lawned area and a paved path which leads down to the private tiled 55 foot mooring. There is also a pergola adorned with vines offering shade on sunny days.

      Additionally, there is a separate studio and garden office set away from the main property. There is also gated private parking for 2 cars located on the main land, by Shepperton Lock.

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    Set in a peaceful and tranquil spot, this 'new England' style home is a real gem. I can image myself paddle boarding along the river here.

    Sam MajorProperty agent

    Local information

    • Hamhaugh Island is at the southernmost point of the river Thames and is accessible only via foot over Shepperton Lock and Weir.
    • Shepperton is situated on the North banks of the River Thames and is approached from the South side across the landmark Walton Bridge. The area known as Shepperton broadly covers Lower Shepperton, Shepperton Green, Upper Shepperton and Lower Halliford.
    • Named in the doomsday book as Scepertone (Habitation of Shepherds), the town has grown into a thriving suburban town with good connections into London and the M25. Train links into London are also good with Shepperton Station to London Waterloo being 53 mins direct.
    • In recent years, Shepperton was voted the 6th happiest place to live in the UK and achieved the award for the politest town of the year. If you visit the many independent shops, restaurants and cafes in Shepperton, you can always be sure of a warm and friendly welcome, quality service and products.
    • Shopping in Shepperton is a real pleasure, the local butcher, greengrocer and bakers provide quality produce, alongside other shops such as the hardware store, ski and outdoor wear and many other shops that offer convenience and a personal touch.
    • Shepperton is known for its excellent restaurants, cafés and historic buildings and despite being a town, it has retained its community and village appeal. The perfect place to live if you are looking for all the benefits of a village, easy access to the river and countryside and at the same time, the vitality of living in a thriving town and only a stone's throw from the City.
    • The river is one of Shepperton's best kept secrets. On the banks of the Thames, the town enjoys the views, the wildlife and numerous water activities – including its own outdoor swimming lake. You can spot the hard core swimmers ‘swooshing' along the Thames all year round. There is also sailing, rowing canoeing and others. In addition to the water sports, there are clubs including cricket, golf, fishing, tennis and clubs such as performing arts, pottery and crafts.
    • Shepperton is well served by several well-regarded primary schools and Thamesmead for secondary education. It is also home to Halliford School for boys in the private sector, which provides mixed education in 6th form. There are other public and private sector schools close by.
    • Please note all times and distances are approximate.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating: C
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: E