Resurrect this Georgian manor house – a unique restoration project

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London Property South brings you this rare opportunity to renovate and restore a beautiful Georgian Manor House less than five minutes walk from Kew Gardens and the river.

West Hall is an important Grade II listed Manor House in need of complete renovation, within a generous plot of almost two thirds of an acre, with the added attraction of a separate coach house and studio.

Hidden courtyard Georgian Manor House

The beautiful house dates from the end of the 17th Century and is Kew’s only surviving building of the period apart from Kew Palace. It has been home to many distinguished families.

The handsome facade features beautifully regimented fenestration, typical of the grander houses of this era, and a charming pilastered entrance canopy and fanlight.

Bedroom Georgian Manor House

Internally there are notable features including wonderful fireplaces, operational box window shutters, fine panelling and pine floors. The gracious rooms has excellent proportions, with natural light and pleasant garden aspects.

Georgian Manor House garden

The principal garden is mainly laid to lawn and there is also an enchanting courtyard garden that sits between the house and the coach house and studio. The house is well set back from the road and has a large gravel swept driveway to the front, providing secure parking for several vehicles.

The house is conveniently located within just a few hundred yards of Kew Village, and even closer to a picturesque stretch of The River Thames. Kew has a charming atmosphere with a wide selection of independent shops and cafés, a monthly market and the Michelin starred Glasshouse restaurant. It is famous for The Royal Botanical Gardens and historic Kew Palace, located just off Kew Green – a scenic village green with a Church and cricket pavilion.

The village also has a train station with a direct service to Waterloo and is on the District Line tube.

West Hall Road, Richmond, Surrey, £5.5m, Savills 




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