Imposing and elegant Grade II listed home.
This magnificent period home, with origins dating back to the 16th century, boasts an abundance of charm and unique period features throughout, including high ceilings, ornate cornicing, stained glass windows, wooden shutters and fireplaces whilst providing both spacious and versatile accommodation over three floors.
The impressive entrance hall has a spectacular high ceiling with an intricately painted mural. The ground floor accommodation includes a generous dining room with large triple bay windows facing Hampton Court Green and a fireplace. A family/reception room to the rear offers useful built in cupboards and French doors which open onto the private courtyard garden. There is a large breakfast room with kitchen beyond. The kitchen has a range of units and butler sink, with a useful boot room at the end, also providing garden access. A utility room, cloakroom and large basement can be accessed from the breakfast room. Completing the accommodation on this floor is a study which benefits from bespoke cabinetry, fireplace and views over The Green, lending itself for use as a home office or library.
The prominent staircase leads to the first floor which includes a fantastic drawing room with ornate panelling around the large sash windows and door. This room is bright and offers wonderful views over The Green and Hampton Court Palace. Adjacent is an office/bedroom with built-in storage.
The master bedroom suite occupies the rear part of this floor and boasts an abundance of useful storage cupboards, a dressing room, en suite bathroom and separate en suite shower.
The second floor comprises four further bedrooms, one with an en suite bathroom and separate shower room.
Externally to the rear the generous courtyard garden with separate exit to Hampton Court Bridge, is bordered by a large feature wall with an abundance of mature trees and shrubs.
There is also a separate garage.
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A truly unique family home just moments from the historic Hampton Court Palace. Plus river walks, royal parks, bars, cafes and restaurants all on your doorstep.Karl Matier