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Park House is an elegant Grade II listed family home which overlooks the Royal Paddocks, Bushy Park and the grounds of Hampton Court Palace. Sympathetically upgraded, the house offers the best of Georgian architecture combined with modern facilities; wonderful landscaped gardens and secure parking.
This imposing Grade II listed house offers over 5,000 sq. ft. of accommodation arranged over four floors with the lower two floor layouts allowing for elegant entertaining as well as informal family life and displays many splendid period features, such as wood floors, open fireplaces and wood panelling. Upstairs, all the bedrooms are of generous proportions with three of the six bedrooms benefiting from en-suite facilities. From the upper floors, there are views over the Royal Paddocks and the grounds of Hampton Court Palace.
The stunning gardens, to the front and rear of the house are set within high walls offering total seclusion and have been professionally landscaped and planted with a wealth of mature specimen trees, shrubs and perennials. Large areas of lawn are interchanged with large areas of patio making this an ideal garden for entertaining.
An electronically gated area of hard standing can accommodate several cars with space for an additional two cars in the large garage with attached workshop.
Situated behind a high, original brick wall, this elegant property is located on Hampton Court Road directly across from the grounds of Hampton Court Palace and backing on to the Royal Paddocks with Bushy Park beyond. Excellent transport links are available with Hampton Court railway station within two thirds of a mile of the property whilst bus links offer a flexible connection into Kingston, Teddington and Richmond town centres.
Grade II Listed Georgian family house
Landscaped front and rear walled gardens
Five reception rooms
Views over Royal Parkland
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