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Fitzroy Gate

Isleworth, London, TW7 7BP

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Key features

High quality specification

Estate Management service

Ten year warranty

Local transport links

Development highlights

  • Beautifully-landscaped riverside setting

  • Set within a seven-acre, private, walled estate, close to Richmond’s bars, shops and restaurants

  • Private, gated, parkland setting on the banks of the River Thames

  • 23 exclusive two and three-bedroom houses and apartments resulting from the sensitive conversion of The Chapel, The Mews and the Grade II listed White House, as well as the newly built Isabella House.

The White House, set in beautiful riverside parkland, was built in 1832 for Sir William Cooper, Chaplain to King George III. Today, this unique private estate has been given a new lease of life as Fitzroy Gate which comprises an exclusive collection of restored and converted period buildings along with a range of complementary new homes. The impressive entrance gates on Richmond Road open onto mature, landscaped parkland, featuring formal planting and smooth lawns which sweep down to the banks of the River Thames. The original brick wall remains, encircling the seven acre grounds and creating the sense of a ‘secret garden,’ which provides the perfect backdrop for these elegant home

Beechcroft’s careful conversion has resulted in a stunning collection of period homes with a wealth of original features and detailing. The White House comprises six spacious apartments, The Mews includes four stylish houses and a further four unique homes have been created in The Chapel. The newly-built Isabella House provides nine desirable apartments. These homes, along with 39 Georgian-style family homes built by St James to create an exclusive riverside community. 

Finishing touches

What people say...

River Thames, Isleworth, London

Move to historic Isleworth

There’s much to explore in the local area. Syon House, the London home of the Duke of Northumberland, features Robert Adam interiors and gardens designed by Capability Brown. At Osterley Park, there are hundreds of acres of parkland, a play trail and an impressive neo-classical mansion that has been described as a ‘palace of palaces.’ In nearby Twickenham is the former home of Britain’s greatest landscape painter, J.M.W. Turner.



Life in Isleworth

Fitzroy Gate in histroic Isleworth, London

Beechcroft’s careful conversion has resulted in a stunning collection of period homes with a wealth of original features and detailing. The White House comprises six spacious apartments, The Mews includes four stylish houses and a further four unique homes have been created in The Chapel. The newly-built Isabella House provides nine desirable apartments. These homes, along with 39 Georgian-style family homes built by St James to create an exclusive riverside community.

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