An exquisitely refurbished William and Mary home.
Constructed circa 1699 The Rosary is a wonderful example of architecture from the William and Mary period, featuring a stunning five window wide facade with beautifully regimented fenestration and a striking oriel bay. The house is Grade II listed and was built back to back with The Hollies, as mirror images of each other, for the two grown up daughters of Nathaniel Rawlins - a wealthy Haberdasher merchant and property investor who lived at nearby Clarence House. Our clients have tastefully and sensitively refurbished the property with superbly appointed bathrooms and an exquisite Roundhouse kitchen that features vaulted arches from the original cellar. Despite this contemporary sophistication The Rosary retains the utmost period integrity and has a magical atmosphere. The house is naturally light as the majority of its generous windows face south west, as does its enchanting split level and private garden.
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A truly individual and superbly located William and Mary home with a magical atmosphereDaniel Hutchins