Thames Street, Hampton, Middlesex, TW12
- 2 receptions rooms
- Kitchen plus Utility room
- Period features
- 3 bedrooms
- Family bathroom
- Freehold house
- Chain-free sale
One enters the house via a recessed front door, into the smaller of two beautifully wood-panelled reception rooms (in the past used as a dining room) which is open to the main larger living room, separated by the chimney and floating spiral staircase. Off the living room is a separate kitchen (with dishwasher and built-in oven) which continues the natural wooden theme and has a door to the courtyard. An added bonus is the utility room with plenty of storage and which is accessed via the kitchen courtyard. From the rear of the kitchen a second staircase leads up to a quirky third bedroom or useful home-office. Upstairs are two further double bedrooms and a sensational family bathroom with lots of built-in storage. A private roof-terrace for morning coffee or afternoon tea is accessible from the second bedroom.
Planning permission to extend up into the loft and create further living space has now lapsed, so we are informed, but the house is not listed and this could be re-applied for if you wished to create more space and add value long-term.
Properties on Thames Street can be traced back to Georgian times, but this house appears late Victorian. The interior styling of this home is far more recent and was designed, we believe, by an architect inspired by nearby Hampton Court, with many bespoke flourishes including wood panelling, beautiful wooden flooring, the floating spiral staircase and central open chimney. The dramatic and theatrical family bathroom was created, so we are told, from the architect's personal collection of wooden panels and stained glass windows upcycled from several churches / cathedrals and the overall effect could easily be mistaken for a spectacular room designed by Augustus Pugin.
Located close to Hampton village centre, all the shops and amenities, as well as the Green, this is a sought-after part of Surrey, being so close to central London. Public transport links are nearby with regular trains into London Waterloo and frequent local buses into Richmond, Twickenham and Kingston town centres. The house is within a short drive of the A3, M3 and M25 motorways as well as Heathrow airport. The River Thames, with its rich history, is moments away and there are many local sailing, rowing and canoeing clubs/opportunities nearby, as are the large green open spaces of Hurst Park, Hurst Meadows, Bushey Park and Hampton Court Palace.
Thames Street, Hampton, Middlesex, TW12
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Hampton Station0.4 miles
- Hampton Court Station1.2 miles
- Fulwell Station1.5 miles
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