Laleham Abbey, Laleham Park, TW18



Main Features

  • Grade II* Listed Apartment
  • Historic House
  • Over 4000sqft
  • Private Pool
  • Two Parking Spaces
  • No Chain

Contact Information

Waterview Sales
Thames Ditton Marina
Portsmouth Road
Thames Ditton

020 8398 8550


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This stunning apartment forms a large part of Laleham Abbey, a Grade II listed former family seat of the Earl of Lucan. Built in 1802 by John Buanarotti Papworth the property is set within several acres of grounds but also enjoys its own exclusive private garden and swimming pool.

Known as "The Colonnade" due to its architectural columns to the rear of the property the entrance hall to the house offers a breath taking high vaulted atrium with ornate ceiling cornicing and a sweeping staircase.

The apartment offers approximately 4000sq ft of accommodation which is made up of a principle drawing room with high ceilings, original ornate cornicing, fireplace and french doors to the colonnade and garden. The dining room also has lovely garden views and is partially open to the kitchen, there is also a mezzanine area ideally suited as a study. There are three generous bedrooms, two with garden views and access from french doors.

To the rear there is a fabulous terraced private garden with a private heated swimming pool which in turn has access to approximately seven acres of well maintained grounds.

Beneath the main house which has been converted to a private movie theatre and media room. There is plenty of residents parking within the grounds with two allocated spaces.

Laleham Abbey is situated in a much sought after location on the River Thames, close to Staines town centre and railway station. Staines-Upon-Thames is a prosperous riverside market town, with good rail links to London (Waterloo 30 minutes) and immediate access onto the motorway network via the M25 and M3.