Contemporary Art Deco Apartment in Richmond London

Contemporary Art Deco Apartment in Richmond London

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 3
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Lovely two bedroom contemporary apartment in Central Richmond.

Lichfield Court is a historical Grade II Listed building perfectly located in the centre of Richmond with private gated access and landscaped communal gardens. Easy walking access to the shops, restaurants, and the river Thames.

The apartment is a good size at 60sqm and has two bedrooms one large double and a single with access to a private balcony.
There is a small kitchen and separate living/ dining room and a modern bathroom. The property comfortably sleeps three people. Lichfield Court is private and secure with in house security and twenty four hour concierge.

The apartment is a calm light filled contemporary space with some original Danish design pieces and interesting art picked up from our travels.

There is a car park next door to the building at Richmond Station.

Heathrow is only forty minutes away by car, occasionally you may get some limited aircraft noise across the Borough but it soon passes. If you’d like to explore London and the green spaces of the Royal Borough of Richmond Upon Thames this may well be the place for you.

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More about us

  1. We are a family of four with twin teenage girls who have travelled extensively. We lived in Sydney Australia for thirteen years and are now back in the UK with property in Richmond London and a family home in Clifton Bristol. My wife and I are particularly keen to experience Tokyo 2020 so if Tokyo for London is appealing do let us know!

  2. I work in advertising in a Global role and my wife works for a sustainable luxury clothing brand.

  3. We love cultural travel and Worldly experiences, often accompanied by great food and one off events. We used to house swap when we lived in Australia and are now set up and ready to enjoy again!

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Richmond upon Thames, a jewel in London’s crown. Probably London's most attractive borough, it has long been a favourite retreat for Royalty and the rich and famous. The River Thames runs for over 10 miles through the borough, linking Hampton Court Palace, Richmond Town Centre and Kew Gardens with London. Richmond rivals anywhere in London with its beautiful Royal Parks and open spaces, historic houses, theatres, museums, galleries, exhibits and town centres bursting with life.

Richmond is situated 10 miles southwest of Central London and can be accessed by tube, train, bus, car, bike, boat and foot. On a daily basis it's easy to forget Central London is so close and it's a very easy journey to the bright lights and excitement, in our view London is one of the most exciting cities in the World so don't forget to go in and enjoy everything it has to offer. We enjoy excellent transport links to Central London. With overground trains and the underground station just four minutes from the apartment. The train takes twenty minutes to Waterloo and a short walk over the Bridge where you'll see the Houses of Parliament, St Pauls Cathedral and The Shard you'll cross the Strand and into Covent Garden, Soho and beyond. All the best shopping areas are readily accessible. Or why not stay on the South Bank and enjoy the culture of the Tate Modern, Festival Hall or enjoy London from a different vantage with a trip on the London Eye.

The District Line tube starts from Richmond so you'll get a seat and be able to navigate the underground system with ease!

If you fancy a night in we have a great Whole Foods and Waitrose supermarkets for supplies within two minutes walk and both are open late. If you would prefer to eat out there are plenty of eating and drinking places for all budgets overlooking the river or on Richmond Green and within the Town Centre, all of which are easily walkable.

With easy access and a world to see and do, Richmond upon Thames provides the perfect getaway.

Buzzy restaurants
Restaurants a plenty from local pizza joints to Petersham Nurseries, Gaucho Grill on the river, the Ivy Brasserie and the Bingham Hotel for fine dining. Many of the well know restaurant chains are also here.
Cool bars
Richmond is awash with great traditional pubs situated overlooking the river and across Richmond Green. You won’t be stuck to find a local to chat to in any one of the friendly pubs within walking distance.
Cozy cafés
Plenty from Gail’s outside the building to Kiss the Hippo an award winning cafe that serves great coffee and a personal favourite of ours.
Retail therapy
Departments stores to boutiques in Richmond. But let’s face it if you want to shop head to the West End and Central London where any shopping crave can easily be satisfied!
Bit of culture
Richmond Theatre, Curzon Art House Cinema and the Orange Tree Theatre. Plus a huge array of National Trust Properties from Hampton Court to Chiswick House, Sion House or Ham House. A quick internet search will give you multiple ideas. Twickenham Stadium the home of rugby is also very close by (if that's your kind of culture)
Walks in the park
Richmond the biggest and best park in London (in our opinion). But Bushy park is also great. If they were good enough for Henry the VIII they are good enough for most visitors.
Spot of exercise
Digme cycling studio opposite the development. Or run through the parks and along the river.
Day tripping
Central London is the obvious one, or head up the river to Greenwich or on a train and head out to leafy Surrey and the countryside beyond.

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