This stunning family home comprises well-balanced accommodation over two floors. The property is spacious and light and has been updated by the current owners to offer well-presented and stylishly lit accommodation. The ground floor comprises a generous hallway, a formal reception room with feature fireplace, study room, second reception room with doors to the garden, WC and a stunning open-plan kitchen/dining room with a beautiful outlook over the rear garden and beyond towards the Copse through large sliding glass doors. There is also a fully equipped utility/laundry room and a garage. Upstairs, there are five double bedrooms and two bathrooms (underfloor-heated) including a master bedroom en-suite with separate bath and a steam shower room. The large rear garden has been landscaped to include a patio and lawn and a features a particularly pleasant open outlook while retaining privacy.
Close to Ham House, the River Thames and the world-famous Richmond Park, The Orangery is located in a private road in the conservation area of Ham, and adjacent to Ham Copse. The property is accessed by shared electric gates and benefits from off-street parking, garage and mature communal gardens.
Ham is a beautiful village that perfectly balances city and country living thanks to the local green spaces of Ham Copse, Ham Common and Richmond Park, with multiple London transport links.
A wonderful, clean location for families, professionals and retirees, Ham is ideally located for state and private schools, including Grey Court secondary (rated Outstanding by OFSTED), Meadlands primary, the German School, and both Tiffin Grammar schools to name a few. You will find everyday amenities such as chemists, bakers, dry-cleaning, small Tesco and Sainsburys outlets with easy parking, and coffee spots on your doorstep, alongside a selection of pubs, cafes and restaurants. The area is also renowned for its culinary experiences at Petersham Nurseries and the Michelin-starred Dysarts.
Ham Parade market sells ethically-sourced local food, art and crafts on the first Saturday of every month (except January).
Richmond and Kingston town centres both offer a wider range of shops, from independent boutiques on cobbled lanes, to leading High Street brands, along with a Whole Foods and Waitrose supermarkets. Richmond, with direct trains to Waterloo, District line Underground trains, and the North London line, is a short journey by bus, car or by walking/cycling along the river path. Kingston, with its excellent shopping facilities and parking, is 2 miles.