The Roehampton mansion is an 18th century, landmark Grade I, luxury home located in Roehampton, South West London. This magnificent building has been converted into 29 exclusive properties in addition to two gatehouses and five garden villas.
The magnificently restored 4 acres of formal gardens and landscaped grounds provide the perfect setting for this wonderful home. The home was originally designed in 1712 by the well known architect Thomas Archer. It was originally built as a family home, however in 1910 the home was extended.
During World War I the home was used as a convalescent home for soldiers injured in the war. Then St. James acquired the building in 2006 and has converted back to a luxury residence.
The Georgian style of architecture can immediately be noticed starting with the grand red bricked facade of the building. Other Georgian features include magnificent round portal windows, large, Georgian sash windows, fireplaces, terraces and roof terraces, wooden paneling and an original staircase.
Flooring throughout the home is top of the line and includes marble, stone, wood and carpet. There are fitted wardrobes with dressing rooms connected to the master bedrooms. The interior design throughout the home is nothing short of amazing. If you are looking for grand open spaces and plenty of land to play with your toys then this is the ideal home for you.
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