One of old Hampton’s most recognisable buildings and listed as a property of Townscape Merit. Arranged over three floors this wonderful three bedroom semi detached home was converted from a chapel in 2014 and was originally built in 1861. There is a nice blend of modern and period features and a feeling of grandeur as you enter through the front door. Located in the heart of the conservation area, the chapel is situated opposite Royal Bushy Park and moments from the River Thames. It is also within a short walk from Hampton Court Palace and close to the local amenities of Hampton and Teddington.
On the ground floor there is a large living/dining room with high ceilings and neo-gothic stone windows, wood flooring with underfloor heating and modern kitchen area. There are also bespoke double doors leading onto the private patio garden which is ideal for dining al fresco during the summer months. The first floor has a large bedroom at the front with en suite, which could also serve as a second reception room and comes with a walk in wardrobe area. The original Gothic window was kept intact, with a recess gap creating a double height volume. On the same floor there is a second double bedroom and family bathroom with jacuzzi.
The second floor is extremely impressive with far reaching views and has a large bedroom with magnificent features, including en suite and ample storage space which can be accessed via a retractable ladder.
Close by there are many boutique shops, restaurants and Café’s, a David Lloyd leisure centre that offers a number of different facilities for families, Hampton open air pool and Kingston town centre, which offers great shopping and nightlife. Locally there are excellent transport links, with Fulwell train station offering direct access into London Waterloo. There is also easy access to the M3 and M25 motorways.