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Chase Buchanan are delighted to offer for sale this imposing building, BEAUTIFULLY proportioned and perfectly complementing the ELEGANT accommodation within. Stepping into Cambridge House will transport you to a world where HIGH QUALITY is fused with the best of interior design and craftsmanship for a life of SERENE COMFORT.......

Cambridge House presents the rare opportunity to acquire an exquisite three bedroom coach house in an enviable location just seconds from the open spaces of Bushy Park. These fastidiously designed homes have been created around an ethos to deliver the best in contemporary design within the shell of an historic and extended landmark building. Formerly the Drill Hall of the Middlesex Regiment and dating back to the early 1900s, this iconic building was expanded in more recent times in sympathetic style, now restored and rejuvenated to become seventeen highly desirable homes.

Approached through iron gates and a sensitively landscaped courtyard, Cambridge House is an imposing building, beautifully proportioned and perfectly complementing the elegant accommodation within. Stepping into Cambridge House will transport you to a world where high quality is fused with the best of interior design and craftsmanship for a life of serene comfort.

Take a stroll along the High Street and echoes of the past are everywhere, reminders of a time when life was a simpler affair. The village atmosphere of the period is still evident, with a variety of independent retailers, traditional bakers, butcher, florist and a strong sense of community spirit. More comprehensive shopping is provided for with a Waitrose and Sainsbury’s supermarkets while the riverside towns of Richmond and Kingston are both easily accessible. Just seconds from Bushy Park’s Hampton Hill Gate, you have access to a tranquil world of green open space, waterways, wild gardens and sporting facilities. This historic park has played its part in modern history having been Eisenhower’s base during preparation for Operation Overload, the D Day landings in 1944. The second largest of London’s royal parks, covering an area of 1100 acres, the park is probably most notable for its herds of red and fallow deer.

Each property at Cambridge House has been individually designed to ensure residents enjoy the best of contemporary living. Italian designer kitchens form a stylish focal point, equipped with composite stone worktops with a comprehensive range of integrated Siemens appliances. Bathrooms are luxuriously appointed with a boutique hotel style ambience complemented by underfloor heating throughout and superior standards of finish.

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