The development comprises stunning Georgian and Victorian-inspired 3, 4, and 5 bedroom homes, tree-lined streets, and landscaped gardens. Additionally, the houses in Richmond Chase not only promote sustainable living, through features such as energy-efficient white goods but also come with a 10-year premier warranty to give customers peace of mind when buying their new home.
There is currently a 4 bedroom house for sale in Richmond Chase, which is on the market for £2,150,000 and offers buyers a 3 floor, semi-detached home. The house has been finished to an exceptional standard and has: 3 bathrooms, spacious reception room, bay window, feature fireplace, open plan kitchen/dining room with large island, integrated appliances, study, large garden and off-street parking for 2 cars. The island, which has space for 3 bar stools, and the patio, accessed by high-quality bi-fold doors, offer the perfect ground floor entertaining space for guests all year round. There is also a guest WC and side access to the property. The master bedroom can be found on the first floor and is complete with walk-in dressing room and a stylish en-suite bathroom with separate shower.
Moreover, the house sits on Barrons Chase, which is within a few minutes of the prestigious Ham Gate. The property is also close to some of the best state and independent schools in London, such as Latchmere Junior school, The German School, Tiffin Girls’ School, and The Kingston Academy. For those that like to shop, there is a great selection of designer and specialty shops in Richmond town centre and nearby Kingston town centre. Additionally, you will also find polo, horse riding, and golf clubs in Richmond, and Royal Mid-Surrey Golf Club, which is next to Kew Gardens, is a short drive from Richmond Chase.
Situated along a 10-mile stretch of the iconic River Thames, Richmond is a desirable area in London and offers buyers the opportunity to enjoy both countryside and city living. Richmond Hill viewpoint, a popular attraction, is also close to Richmond Park and the development. Preserved by an Act of Parliament, Richmond Hill viewpoint gives people the chance to see magnificent views of London and the Thames and has been a source of inspiration for many artists and writers over the years.
The development is also well-connected to Central London and Surrey towns, and for those that drive, the A3 is just a 15 minutes’ drive away and links you to Surrey, London, and the M25. This access to the motorway also allows you to reach Heathrow in 30 minutes and Gatwick in 50 minutes. Furthermore, Richmond Station allows easy commuting and travelling into the city, and you can reach Hammersmith in 14 minutes, Earls Court in 19 minutes, and Victoria in 32 minutes.
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