London is home to some of the most exceptional real estate in the world, and its heart are the historic buildings which are in high demand, offering sophistication on the outside and modern living environment on the inside.
Here is a mouth-watering development from an award-winning developer London Square. The team has just finished working on Ancaster Gate; a Grade II listed Georgian mansion which was designed in 1773 by Robert Adam. Built to be a weekend retreat for the 3rd Duke of Ancaster it has had a varied life, it was used as a school and was part of the estate for The Star and Garter charity. Although this is nothing new, as with many old mansions across London, as some point, they were used for other purposes, but now they are being converted to some the most beautiful properties on the market. This mansion has high ceilings, intricate cornice, and expansive curved bay windows and also three newly built mews houses and one standalone house that follows the same style as the mansion.
Like many new developments, London Square went with a spacious open plan living area and with super luxurious finishes using oak timber flooring, composite stone worktops, and integrated lighting throughout. Each home has the added benefit of secure parking.
Ancaster Gate backs onto Richmond Park, a large 2,500-acre park considered to be one of the finest Royal Parks in London. Nearby you also have access to Petersham Meadows, which famously forms part of the landscape depicted in the painting by J.M.W Turner.
This development is an excellent example of why you need to invest more in London and its hidden gems located around the city.
Prices start from £4,450,000 for a four-bedroom house.
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