A recently renovated substantial wing of a splendid character residence
Hampton Chase is a substantial wing of a splendid character residence formerly known as Heatherside House', believed to date back to 1850. Designed and built for an eccentric millionaire, Augustus Mongredian, originally occupying 300 acres of heathland adjoining The Maltway to the south of Upper Chobham Road. In 1907 Dr Walter Leaf, a Greek Scholar, purchased the property and with the help of an architect they transformed Heatherside House' into a fine country home.
The property has been extensively redecorated and boasts many character features, as expected of a property of this era including high ceilings, open fireplace and ceiling roses. The substantial and deceptive accommodation includes a bespoke kitchen/breakfast room, master bedroom suite with terrace overlooking the garden, 3 further bedrooms and 3 spacious reception rooms suitable to entertaining both internally and externally.
The property is approached through automatic gates leading onto a shingled parking area and a brick paved driveway which leads to the double garage. The private and secluded landscaped garden is mainly laid to lawn with conifers and a footpath leading to the front door.
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Full of character features; Hampton Chase is one of the most impressive wing conversions I have seen this year.Frazer Chown