3rd Nov 2015
The launch of Fitzroy Gate was an outstanding success for niche developer, Beechcroft with five of the 23 new homes reserved on the day and plenty of interest in the other properties on sale. The homes that were snapped up included beautifully-converted apartments in the original listed house, brand new apartments and a converted house in The Mews in the stable courtyard.
The original listed mansion at Fitzroy Gate, previously known as Isleworth House, The White House and Nazareth House, was remodelled in sumptuous style in 1832 for Sir William Cooper, Chaplain to George III, who inherited the property through his wife, formerly Isabella Franks. The original White House is finished in white stucco with bay windows providing views over the landscaped gardens and lawned areas which sweep down to the River Thames. Beechcroft has converted this period property into six stunning apartments, two of which have already been reserved.
Currently a stunning two-bedroom penthouse on the second floor of The White House is available, featuring both original and new build elements, is on the market for 1.4 million with lift access, the penthouse provides a kitchen/dining room with a private balcony, a drawing room with a bay window and parkland and river views and a master bedroom with both a dressing room and en-suite.
Within the stable courtyard, the Mews is a collection of four unique two and three-bedroom houses, offering contemporary interiors. One of the Mews homes has already been reserved but the collection currently being marketed includes a delightful two-bedroom, two-storey converted house with an en-suite master bedroom and open plan living space with bi-fold glazed doors which open the living are onto the private terrace, priced at 730,000. For 950,000, it is possible to secure three-bedroom, two-storey converted Mew house, with an en-suite master bedroom, open plan living space and a private terrace.
The newly built Isabella House provides just nine, luxurious, new two-bedroom apartments, designed to the highest standards. An apartment on the second floor is available priced at 625,000 and a first floor apartment is priced at 635,000.
Still to be released are the four unique houses created within a red-brick chapel, designed by the renowned architects Pugin & Pugin in 1902. These converted houses will offer a wealth of period features including fabulous stained glass windows.
These outstanding new homes are set within private, walled, riverside parkland and are complemented by a collection of 39 new four and five-bedroom townhouses built by St James working in partnership with Beechcroft. The location is ideal for commuters, being within easy reach of Richmond, St Margarets and Twickenham.
For further information on Beechcrofts new and converted houses and apartments or to make an appointment to view, please call the sales team on 020 3326 1233. The show home and marketing suite are open seven days a week from 10 am to 5 pm.
Beechcroft is a leading UK retirement developer building outstanding homes for the over 55s in Surrey, Sussex, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Wiltshire, Middlesex, Gloucester and Kent. Beechcroft’s retirement houses and apartments offer award-winning landscaped settings and estate management services, access to shops and services and a community of like-minded people.
This is independent retirement living at its best - perfect retirement properties for the over 55’s to live in or lock up and leave.