Church Street, Hampton, TW12

020 8977 8118

Church Street, Hampton, TW12

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Asking Price £2,795,000

Church Street, Hampton, TW12

  • Detached family house
  • Grade II listed
  • Stunning original features
  • Nearly 3,800 sq ft internally
  • Seven bedrooms
  • Five reception rooms
  • Beautiful 90ft lawn garden
  • Wine cellar
  • Garage
  • Close to central amenities
This incredible William & Mary period property, build apparently by the crown in 1698 offers an abundant 3,784 sq ft of practical internal space with a beautifully traditional and well-established 90ft rear garden. Orme House has, in its long history been the home of crown artist, Thomas Holloway in the early 19th century and highly noted Shakespearian actor, David Garrick for 60 years in the 18th century, this before a long history in private education then returning to residential duties in the mid-20th century immediately after WWII. Architecturally, it features a striking regimented fenestration with excellent stucco-work on the ground level and a central pediment with a distinctive modillion under eaves cornice. To the rear, the lawn garden with original walls either side and a formal central lawn features two well-maintained and well-established wisteria bushes which will be shortly due to flourish in early summer and further provides pathway access to a modern and practical electric garage (accessed by car via Johnson’s Drive).

Internally, one is greeted by a grand reception hallway with Grade II listed fireplace and the grand original carved staircase offers access from the ground to second floor levels which are well-arranged for family living with a variety of well-proportioned rooms, each with grand features such as the listed fireplaces, ceiling cornicing, wall panelling and working box window shutters. The lower ground floor level offers a rather helpful bedroom and reception room (useful for nanny or teenager perhaps) as well as the cellar for abundant wine storage and can be further accessed via a second servant’s staircase.

The location is enchanting as Hampton and the surrounds are steeped in history especially of note from the Tudor period when Hampton Court was the home of King Henry VIII when Bushy Park and the extended surrounds were his beloved hunting grounds. The immediate vicinity, referred to as The Ormonds is distinguished by its wide tree-lined avenues and large period properties. In close proximity are the many excellent local schools including Twickenham Prep, Hampton School and Lady Eleanor Holles. Further excellent early schools include Carlisle, Hampton Prep, Junior, Infant and Nursery. Station Road, within a quarter mile and Hampton Hill High Street both offer excellent amenities within a half mile and Hampton open air swimming pool (0.4 mile) is an absolute gem for the kids and keep-fitters throughout the year. Transport links are excellent from Hampton (0.5mile) with regular trains directly into London Waterloo and there is extremely easy access to the M3 and M25 motorways. EPC = D

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