Baden House is idyllically situated, nestling discretely just behind Richmond Green - once a jousting ground to Henry VII's former Tudor Palace and today a quintessential and picturesque village green that is home to more gentle pursuits, such as Sunday afternoon cricket. Richmond town centre can be found a short stroll away and has a sophisticated array of shops, boutiques and restaurants. A particularly scenic stretch of the River Thames can be found at the end of Friars Lane, providing an ideal retreat from the hubbub of daily life. Richmond train station offers a rapid and direct service into London Waterloo, as well as the District Line tube and overland to Stratford, via North London. Local schools enjoy an excellent reputation and are considered amongst the best in the country.
Built in 2012 Baden House is an outstanding example of a recently built home, with superb attention to detail and a real depth of quality to its finish. Its architectural style is both stylish and elegant, blending seamlessly with and further complimenting the beautiful Georgian houses around Richmond Green. It occupies a wonderfully discrete yet convenient position and provides generous off street parking and a walled garden that is both charming and private. The accommodation is beautifully balanced and magnificently proportioned over four floors with large windows allowing an excellent flow of natural light. The lovely room proportions are further emphasised by the impressive ceiling heights. The kitchen and five bathrooms are superbly appointed and the house is most tastefully presented throughout.