A two bedroom, two bathroom, (lift serviced) first floor apartment, just a 'stones throw' from Historic Hampton Court Palace, Village and Station with delightful communal riverside gardens and grounds and the advantage of secure gated parking for residents and guests.
Rotary Court once owned by the Crown Estate, and formerly an auxiliary hospital for military personnel, is a fine example of an early Victorian building, recently converted into private apartments in 2008. This first floor apartment occupies a quiet position to the rear of the building with large sash windows (living room and main bedroom) affording excellent natural light and both enjoying wonderful leafy views over stunning gardens. The accommodation features a stylish open plan kitchen / living room with breakfast bar, two double bedrooms both providing built-in wardrobes, ensuite bathroom to main bedroom (including separate shower) and a further independent shower room.
Communal areas feature coded door-entry (front and rear) and lockable mail boxes, whilst the apartment internally provides wood-style flooring, LED downlighters and is fully equipped with a range of kitchen appliances to include cooker, hob and extractor, under-counter fridge and separate freezer, dual washer / dryer and dishwasher.
Externally a front carriage driveway provides residents' parking and short-term visitor parking, whilst to the rear, stunning gardens and grounds sweep down to the River Thames. A side drive with security gates leads to the rear residents' parking area and up to six visitor spaces. In addition there is a separate residents' bike store adjacent to the recycling and bin store.
Tenure: We are advised there is a long lease - Term to be confirmed.
Location: Rotary Court is an elegant period building, opposite Hampton Court Green, forming an historic landscape of architecturally important buildings (The Courthouse, Paper House and Faraday House) adjacent to the river thames; these buildings once occupied by highly acclaimed figures such as Sir Christopher Wren and Michael Faraday. Major bus routes are located close by with direct bus services to Richmond, Kew, kingston and Heathrow airport whilst the station connects Waterloo in approx. 35 minutes. Wonderful riverside towpath walks are found nearby, leading to Hampton Wick, Kingston and Richmond, and in the opposite direction towards Walton Upon Thames. Hampton Court Village with its charming street scene of art galleries, antique shops and numerous eateries and independent shops is only a short walk away.