Thames House 54 Thames Street, Hampton 路 Full Of Charm & Character A stunning Elizabethan family home elegantly presented with the addition of a two storey guest lodge accommodation situated within the grounds. With a comprehensive and varied list of period features adorning this fine Elizabethan home in origin, leads us to suspect that this could well be one of very few consummate family residences in Hampton. 5 Bedrooms 路 4 Receptions 路 3 Bathrooms (Includes Coach House) 路 EPC Rating D
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Accommodation This delightful Grade II listed home with period features at every turn is a magnificent example of Elizabethan architecture in its beginnings, has been extended over the years and sympathetically restored by its present owners. No expense has been spared on the detail and each room is an engaging piece of art and steeped with a calm and tranquil ambience. The house lends itself perfectly to family living as well as formal entertaining on a grand scale with the addition of a two storey centrally heated guest lodge accommodation situated within the grounds. The brick elevations boast windows bestowed with stunning joinery of an uncompromising standard of craftsmanship. Being Grade II listed means that thankfully the integrity and fabric of much of the incredible and original workmanship has remained intact. More recent enhancements include a reconditioned roof and balcony. The exquisite and refined sitting room positioned at the front of the house has an open fireplace and study area with a separate dining room also to the front. The kitchen/breakfast room is double aspect with base and eye level units complete with electric Aga. The kitchen boasts the use of a laundry room and cellar and provides access to the garden and drawing room. Upstairs On the first floor, four bedrooms a bathroom and further shower room complete the main residencesâ€™ accommodation. In summary, we know of no other house quite like this! Indulgent refurbishment with scant regard to purse strings have culminated in a property that is simply as good as it looks, with no amount of superlatives in existence that would do this fine home justice - we highly recommend an internal viewing. Externally The large garden hosts a rich variety of plants, shrubs and mature trees to create an oasis of interest as well as total privacy and scenic backdrops. Within, are statuesque mimosa, fig and cherry trees which combine with the more unusual bay, holly and damson, whilst raised flower and shrub beds, create a landscape as diverse as it is interesting. To one side of the garden there is a lovely vine clad arbour and covered doorway to the detached garage leading to the properties gravel driveway with space to park several cars. A spacious centrally heated detached guest lodge/ home office/teenager suite on two floors comprising of a first floor gallery bedroom with ample built-in wardrobe space, shower room, with all main services. Conveniently positioned at the end of the garden, approached via a winding brick pathway, providing an ideal residence for guests, grandparents or teenage friends all year round!
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G DE U T ES AC T H LO ED D G E Location It would be difficult not to find something to interest all the family with the choices on offer. These include activities at Hampton swimming pool, 1100 acres of Bushy Park to explore, a fifteen minute walk along the river to Hampton Court Palace and grounds or a ferryboat ride to Hurst Park. An award winning Gastro Pub within 200 metres will provide a place to relax after your choice of the dayâ€™s activities! For shopping heaven take yourself to nearby Kingston-upon-Thames or Richmond, between them offering department stores including John Lewis, M&S, Dickens & Jones and Bentalls, as well as an extensive selection of chain stores and independent retailers. Kingston also has its own market square, open for trading Mondays to Saturdays. After dusk both towns become vibrant destinations for an exciting nightlife with a mix of clubs, riverside pubs, restaurants and theatres, playing host to entertainment from plays to live music and stand up comedy.
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When the West End beckons you can relax in the knowledge that youâ€™re just a 40 minute journey away from London Waterloo from nearby Hampton station, (8 minute walk) putting not just access to central London at your feet but the wider world too, with easy connections to St Pancras for Eurostar. Road links to the capital are also excellent. The A316/M3 is easily accessible providing access to West London or the A3 beyond Kingston taking you to South London. Heathrow Airport is just a 25 minute drive away. Directions Upon reaching Thames Street, with the river on your left hand side, look for the red Fire Station to the right and the gravel driveway to Thames House adjacent. Park to the left outside the second garage and walk back towards the road and the side entrance to Thames House can be found on the right.
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Ground Floor 1,401 sq ft (approx internal)
Annexe - Ground Floor 458 sq ft (approx internal)
First Floor 1,112 sq ft (approx internal)
Annexe - First Floor 352 sq ft (approx internal)
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