Architectural Masterpiece – Trophy Home

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Described as an architectural masterpiece, Sudbrook Lodge is a Grade II* listed family home, built circa 1680, overlooking Ham Common. The house is close to Ham Common Woods and Richmond Park.

Architectural Masterpiece

The beautiful façade features sash windows across all floors, while the entrance has a late 18th century panelled doorcase with a fluted frieze. Tastefully restored to the highest specification, Sudbrook Lodge has five reception rooms and four antique marble fireplaces. It offers wonderful family accommodation, as well as the opportunity to entertain friends and family alike.

Architectural Masterpiece

All the rooms are beautifully proportioned. The spacious kitchen/breakfast room enjoys a vaulted wood beamed ceiling with two French windows leading on to the large back garden and the stand out feature is the exquisite first floor drawing room stretching the full width of the house. The house is set off by beautiful walled mature gardens and the south facing rear garden gives access to a gated swimming pool.

Sudbrook Lodge, Petersham Road, TW10, POA, Savills


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