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Price £620,000 (Share of Freehold)
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An elegant and exceedingly spacious, 2 double bedroom, first floor apartment converted from this classic Grade II listed Georgian house within the heart of the village; enjoying attractive southerly views over woodland opposite and within a short stroll of the station, River Thames and the historic Church Square area of Old Shepperton .

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Thamesfield House, dates back to the late 18th century and is noted within the local archives, as being originally commissioned by a local merchant, as his family home. Constructed to the classic Georgian symmetrical design, it was sympathetically converted in 2008 to form five luxury apartments each with its own character, blending its period features with contemporary design.

Apartment 4 extends to 1248 square feet, with very light and generously proportioned accommodation, set on the first floor in a commanding position, enjoying panoramic southerly views over light woodland opposite and towards the picturesque Halliford Bend, of the River Thames to the east. Each of the apartments has a sizeable allocated and secure storage area with power within the cellar that is dry and has ample head height. The residents have acquired the Freehold and set up their own management company, enabling greater control over the finances and running of the building. As part of this acquisition, the 3 principal apartments have 2 allocated parking spaces each with additional visitors spaces. Our clients have subsequently made further significant improvements including refitment of the kitchen, en-suite bathroom and tasteful interior decoration. The well-kept wide communal entrance hall with its easy rising staircase leads to the first floor. The front door opens into a broad reception hall that separates the living and bedroom accommodation. The magnificent living room retains its high ceiling, open fireplace and wide bay window that floods the room with natural light, enhancing its spacious feel. To the eastern side is a double aspect study that has ample room for a desk and freestanding furniture. Opposite is the kitchen that has been beautifully refitted with a range of contemporary style units incorporating a full height carousel larder and magic corner base units complimented by seamless composite worktops. The stainless steel gas hob, matching chimney cooker hood, Bosch electric oven and dishwasher are all integrated and the gas fired central heating boiler is housed in a matching wall unit. Both the double aspect bedrooms have a very spacious feel, also enhanced by the high ceilings and abundance of light. Each has fitted wardrobes that provide extensive storage whilst not detracting from the rooms. The master bedroom ’s en-suite shower room has been beautifully appointed and designed with a large walk-in shower cubical and a stylish white porcelain ware complemented by contrasting tiling. The guest bathroom has also been attractively fitted with a 3 piece white suite including a thermostatic shower over the bath. Council Tax Band: D. Lease: 998 years (Share of Freehold) Maintenance Charge: £1396 per annum. Reserve Fund: £1404 Buildings Insurance: £652.91

  • Substantial conversation apartment in prime village location
  • Stunning south facing living room with high ceiling and fireplace.
  • Beautiful fitted kitchen
  • 2 Large double bedrooms
  • Luxuriously appointed bathroom and en-suite.
  • Secure dry storage in cellar
  • 2 allocated parking spaces
  • Landscaped communal gardens
  • Share of Freehold
  • Short stroll of High Street, station, River Thames and historic "Old Shepperton"

Garden and Exterior

The communal gardens to the front are mainly laid to lawn with shrub bed borders set behind a high brick wall and an original wrought iron gate. The parking area is to the side of the building with two allocated parking spaces. The gated and secluded communal gardens have been attractively landscaped with box hedging bordering a shaped lawn with well stocked and established shrub beds and a variety of mature trees.


Thamesfield House enjoys a village setting, adjacent to light woodland a picturesque stretch of the River Thames and Manor Park. Shepperton ’s traditional bustling High Street, and the historic Church Square are all within a short stroll, as are a reputable selection of restaurants and public houses. For the active, there are a number of health clubs close at hand and Shepperton Lock is within a 0.7 mile walk, providing a wealth of recreational facilities including Desborough sailing club, white water canoeing at the weir, open water swimming on Ferris Lake, trout fishing at Halliford Mere and the Tow Path forms part of the Thames path that runs from Woolwich to Kemble in Gloucestershire. Shepperton is well placed for transport links with its rail station (London Waterloo 53 minutes), bus routes to Heathrow and surrounding principal towns. For the motorist, junction 1, M3, the start of the A316 to London and junction 11, M25 are 3.3 and 3.7 miles respectively.