Built in 1697and one of the oldest houses in Fulham, Egmont Lodge retains many original period features. Decorated and furnished to a high standard by the owners who are interior designers. Gate with entry phone access leads to a paved walled front garden.The front door opens into a spacious hall leading into stunning oak panelled drawing room with views over the garden and has a Jacobean fireplace and gas log fire. The elegant wood panelled dining room seats 10 and also has a gas log fire. There is a large and well equipped kitchen which has French doors leading outside onto the terrace and walled garden. At the end of the garden is a delightful covered eating area for 10 with gas bbq. Downstairs there is a separate WC and laundry room. The 1st floor has 2 spacious bedrooms both en-suite with separate bath and walk-in showers. A further flight of stairs leads you to 3 more bedrooms, 1 large double with sofa and 2 twins sharing a large bathroom. Garage parking is available.
There is a self contained semi-basement flat/apartment in this property which can sleep 3 guests, please see property ref no 838192 on this site in case additional accommodation is required.
The house is a short walk from Bishops Park which houses Fulham Palace and adjacent to the River Thames. Fulham Palace is a remarkable place. The estate was owned by the Bishops of London for over 1300 years and the Palace was their country home from at least the 11th century. It was vacated by the Bishops in 1975 and is now open to the public. The Palace has wonderful grounds and restaurant. Putney Bridge tube station (district line), a 3 min walk, making the West End very accessible. There are also excellant bus links with 24/7 service. There are many local restaurants, cafes, shops and cinema all within walking distance. If you walk over Putney Bridge (5 min) there is a High Street with all your shopping needs catered for inc supermarkets, many restaurants and bars overlooking the river. Egmont Lodge is in a cul-de-sac leading towards the very beautiful local church.
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