Beechcroft's collection of sensitively converted period buildings and luxurious new apartments is set in private, walled, riverside parkland.
Formally Isleworth House, the imposing stuccoed White House was built in 1832 for Sir William Cooper, chaplain to King George III. Today this Grade II-listed building, along with stabling and a red brick chapel has been given a new lease of life as Fitzroy Gate.
Beechcroft's sensitive conversion of these unique buildings has resulted in a stunning collection of period homes with a wealth of original features and detailing.
The White House comprises six luxurious apartments with high ceilings, ornate cornicing and large windows providing parkland and river views. The interiors are contemporary with bespoke kitchens and bathroom. The three-bedroom ground floor apartments have private terraces and the two and three-bedroom first floor apartments feature private balconies. The two-bedroom penthouses offer stunning views and lift access.
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The Mews, comprising four stylish homes is the result of the careful conversion of the former stable with its fine clock tower. Both three-bedroom houses provide open plan living space, an en-suite master bedroom and private terrace with views over the parkland. Both of the two-bedroom houses have similar living accommodation with the added benefit of floor-to-ceiling, full-width, bi-fold doors that open onto the private terrace - perfect for entertaining.
Prices from £725,000
The elegant red brick chapel, designed by the leading architectural firm of Pugin & Pugin, was added to the Isleworth estate in 1902. Featuring impressive stained glass windows and vaulted ceiling, the Chapel is being converted into four unique three-bedroom houses with the living space arranged over two or three-storeys. Each house has something special to offer from fabulous stained glass windows to a spiral staircase and minstrel gallery mezzanine floor.
Prices from £1,350,000
The newly built Isabella House, comprising nine luxurious two-bedroom apartments, complements the period properties perfectly with its white rendered facade, arched windows and ornate balustrades to the balconies.
All apartments feature open plan living space with en-suite master bedrooms and stunning views over the parkland towards the river. Each of the three ground-floor apartments have private terraces and some of the apartments on the first and second floors provide balconies.
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