Montrose House, Richmond
Grade II listed late 17th Century house situated close to Richmond Park. It is a detached house with more than 30 rooms of different periods set in 2.5 acres of walled garden, including a landscaped, wooded area with a natural pond, a water feature, a cricket net. Original architraves and door furniture, pine staircase and panelling. Conservatory, billiard room, large indoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi, tennis court, padel tennis court, squash court, numerous outbuildings, stables. In the grounds are two double garages, a housekeeper’s lodge, a cottage annexe, a gym. Large lawn; Ample on site parking
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