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Orford Place

Ham Common, London, TW10 7JH

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Key features

Allocated parking

Estate Manager

Gated community

Landscaped gardens

Lift access for most apartments

Pets allowed

Security alarm to all homes

Video entry and CCTV

Development highlights

  • Gated development of 23 new and converted one, two and three-bedroom houses and apartment for the over 55s

  • Each home has a terrace, balcony or private garden and parking 

  • Converted homes have stunning high ceilings and period features including large, renovated sash windows

  • The rooms are bright, well-proportioned with large windows 

  • Luxurious specification including sleek wardrobes with internal storage solutions and inset shelf in shower cubicles and vanity units with useful drawers

  • Security features – alarm, video entry systems and locking system to front doors

  • Mature, landscaped communal gardens extending to 3 acres 

  • Historic estate fronting Ham Common 

Introducing Orford Place, an exclusive collection of 23 elegant, new and beautifully-converted houses and apartments, set in three acres of mature, walled gardens. Enjoying a superb location fronting Ham Common, Orford Place offers a unique opportunity to secure a home with heritage, designed exclusively for the over 55s. Built in 1730, Orford House has been home to many notable residents including Francis Love Beckford, Sir Weldon-Dalrymple Champneys and Vice Admiral Sir John Sutton, Captain of the HMS Egmont during the French Revolutionary Wars.

In 1945, the house was owned for a year by Lilian Maud Glen, wife of the 5th Duke of Wellington, before it became a school and, latterly, St Michael’s Convent. Beechcroft’s careful restoration and conversion has transformed the house and its outbuildings into nine homes including seven, luxurious, two and three-bedroom apartments and two spacious three-storey houses. Beechcroft has also created 14 brand new houses and apartments, designed to complement the original buildings. All the homes feature outside space – either a terrace, balcony, roof terrace or private garden. The fully-maintained communal walled gardens feature sweeping lawns, informal and formal planting, a kitchen garden, fruit trees and mature trees, including a 300-year old Mulberry

Finishing touches

A range of integrated appliances in the kitchen

Stone surround fireplace

10 year warranty

Low energy fitment pendant lights

What people say...

Ham Common road sign

Life in Ham Common

With its village common, ancient pond and historic 18th century inn, Ham Common has all the character, charm and appeal of a quintessential English village. At the heart of the village, the common is a place to walk and ride, a venue for the annual summer fair and the backdrop for cricket matches played at the 200-year old Ham and Petersham Cricket Club. A good selection of village shops supply all the daily provisions you’ll need – along with artisan breads, cakes, pastries, cooked meats, delicious cheeses, fresh fruit and vegetables, fine wines and hand-made chocolates.

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Retirement homes in Ham Common

Introducing Orford Place, an exclusive collection of 23 elegant, new and beautifully-converted houses and apartments, set in three acres of mature, walled gardens. Enjoying a superb location fronting Ham Common, Orford Place offers a unique opportunity to secure a home with heritage, designed exclusively for the over 55s. Built in 1730, Orford House has been home to many notable residents including Francis Love Beckford, Sir Weldon-Dalrymple Champneys and Vice Admiral Sir John Sutton, Captain of the HMS Egmont during the French Revolutionary Wars.

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