Fitzroy Gate in Old Isleworth, a new development by award-winning developer St James bordering Richmond and St Margarets, has unveiled its first showhome.
Set within the grounds of a beautifully-restored estate on the banks of the River Thames in Old Isleworth, Fitzroy Gate is a seven-acre site in the midst of ibeing transformed into a luxury gated estate of 39 four, five and six-bedroom family homes. The site itself is Grade II listed with a number of buildings described as of historic, architectural and cultural value.
The five-bedroom, four-storey show home features private terraces on the first and third floors, free-flowing receptions areas, a dining room and top-floor entertainment room. Plus, three of the five bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms and walk-in wardrobes.
High specification finishes include underfloor heating throughout, Miele kitchen appliances, glazed bi-folding doors to the rear garden patio and two car parking spaces. The showhome’s interior pairs classic detailing with contemporary elegance.
Designed by The London Design Group, inspiration has been drawn from the tones and textures of the Palais Galliera in Paris, Bottega Veneta and Ralph Lauren. Each of the five bedrooms has a distinct style, with use of a variety of textures from satin to shagreen, with natural tones echoing the rustic luxury of the design.
Inspiration has been drawn from the tones and textures of the Palais Galliera in Paris, Bottega Veneta and Ralph Lauren
Enclosed by the original estate walls, the site is one of the last remaining natural river banks along the Thames. Almost half of the development is dedicated to open space, with three acres of fully-landscaped private parkland to the rear of the estate, featuring mature trees and a beautiful large pond. The new development will also create a new public riverside footpath from Richmond Road to the existing Herons Place riverside walk. Syon Park and Richmond Park are just around the corner.
Characterised by old Georgian and Victorian houses, Old Isleworth has a rich history and cultural heritage with connections to famous painters Vincent Van Gogh and William Turner as well as royals Henry VIII and King George III. This part of the River Thames was often painted by Turner, and sits less than half a mile from the house in which Van Gogh lived.
Prices start from £1,250,000. First completions are anticipated for summer 2017. Call 020 3432 2981 or see FitzroyGate.co.uk