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Property Description

An exceptional Georgian residence of historical significance and architectural importance with commanding views over one of Richmond's most iconic settings. The contemporary interior answers all the needs of the 21st century homeowner whilst retaining every ounce of its former charm.

This remarkable property stands directly upon the foundations of the old Tudor Palace built by Henry VII, later home to Elizabeth I.

The building is marked by an understated elegance. Graciously proportioned rooms with high ceilings and lofty windows, affording extensive views across Richmond Green.

Georgian architects were known to utilise a broad stylistic palette - indicative of open mindedness and freedom of expression.

Historical records show that Maids of Honour Row was built by the very best master craftsman working in London at the time and no expense was spared to ensure the desired standards of perfection were achieved.

This is an enviable period property of rare beauty. Sympathetically curated by its present owners, lovingly decorated throughout with a lightness of touch. Superb light floods throughout the house at all times of the day.

A home of unparalleled taste and reassuring warmth.

Please do contact us for further details and a full historical account of this magnificent property.

Maids of Honour Row


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