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1 bedroom flat for sale
The Printworks, Retreat Road, Richmond, Greater London TW9 1NN
- Generous first floor apartment
- Reception room/kitchen
The Printworks is located in a part of Richmond steeped in history, most notably its connections with the Tudor dynasty and specifically Richmond Palace which was commissioned by Henry VII in the earlysixteenth century. However this exceptional new development takes its name from the exploits of another famous Richmond family. In 1894 The Richmond & Twickenham Times newspaper was acquired by Frederick Dimbleby, grandfather to the subsequent managing director and BBC presenter David Dimbleby. The paper was edited and printed continuously for over one hundred years from the site now occupied by this new development. Printing was relocated to Nottingham in 1983 but the paper continued to be edited from the site until 2001 and was purchased from the Dimbleby family in 2005 by the present developers.
Generous first floor apartment with balcony.
Peaceful yet central......and only 19 minutes on the train to central London.....an exquisite blend of contemporary design and classic elegance with an emphasis on high specification and meticulous detail.
The properties feature must-have brands, brands with reputations built on quality which is surely the kind of property that Richmond deserves.
- A grand, marble finish communal entrance lobby and lift.
- Secure video camera entry.
- Kitchens by 'Comprex' and appliances by leading brands such as Bosch and Miele.
- Natural stone kitchen preparation surfaces.
- High quality bathrooms with ceramic or limestone tiling.
- Walnut timber flooring throughout principle rooms.
- Walnut doors.
- Contemporary shadow gap detailing.
- Poliform wardrobes.
- Under-floor heating.
- Themed lighting system
- All properties benefit from a Premier 10 year guarantee.
Interiors by Chris Dezille of Honky Design www.honky.co.uk
Honky has a reputation for producing specifications which appear seamless, blending luxury and sophistication with a contemporary twist. There is a consistency of finish across the development, however the materials have been used in varying formats to reflect the juxtaposition between the more contemporary courtyard and the subtle notes of classic styling found in Baden House.
Taking their lead from the striking architecture and exterior finishes, Christopher Dezille (Creative Director) looked first to the key finishes, literally building from the ground up. Materials such as American black walnut and limestone were used to build the specification. From the Italian kitchens and wardrobes to the German brassware and Dutch ceramics - this is a truly global essay in effortless style. Traditional materials, given a twist through the addition of more contemporary lacquered reflective finishes, have all been cleverly blended to produce interiors that create harmony between style and sophistication.
- There are 6 parking spaces which will be allocated at the discretion of the developer.
- Residents will not be permitted residents parking permits.
- The developers will be subscribing to membership of a car club scheme on behalf of the residents.
Reception room/kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, balcony