The ornate architecture of the stately Roehampton House is being scrupulously preserved and refined to provide a spectacular backdrop to Queen Mary’s Place. One of only three Grade I listed buildings in SW15, the house is a stunning Baroque landmark: a formal Palladian mansion which lends the development an opulent elegance and classical charm.

Traditional streetscapes containing new houses and apartment buildings have been thoughtfully designed to empathise with the historical architecture and, where possible, the existing landscape has been retained and restored.
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Queen Mary's Place

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Queen Mary's Place features

  • Video entry phone system and battery powered CO detector
  • Hard wired smoke alarm and heat detector fitted to kitchen
  • Ceramic tiled entrance hall and carpet to stairs and hallway in communal areas

Unit details

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Position

Plot 225 – 2 bed apt

70 m²

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Ground Floor

Plot 226 – 2 bed apt

64 m²

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First Floor

Plot 228 – 2 bed apt

62 m²

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First Floor

Plot 229 – 2 bed apt

62 m²

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First Floor

Plot 230 – 2 bed apt

64 m²

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Second Floor

Plot 232 – 2 bed apt

62 m²

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Second Floor

Plot 233 – 2 bed apt

64 m²

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Third Floor

Plot 237 – 2 bed apt

60 m²

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Ground Floor

Plot 238 – 2 bed apt

70 m²

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Ground Floor

Plot 239 – 2 bed apt

62 m²

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First Floor

Plot 240 – 2 bed apt

62 m²

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First Floor

Plot 242 – 2 bed apt

60 m²

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First Floor

Plot 243 – 2 bed apt

63 m²

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First Floor

Plot 244 – 2 bed apt

62 m²

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Second Floor

Plot 247 – 2 bed apt

63 m²

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Second Floor

Plot 249 – 2 bed apt

64 m²

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Third Floor

Architecture

Built by Thomas Archer in the early 18th Century and enlarged 200 years later, the three storey red brick building overlooked a beautiful expanse of leafy open space. The original features of Roehampton House will be maintained both internally and externally, with Doric columns and wrought iron railings giving way to panelled walls, painted ceilings and black and white marble.

Both the house and the 14 acre landscape are being sensitively enhanced to recapture the development’s true character and heritage. The restored gardens echo their historical design and the planting emulates the enclosures that formerly existed, while new gardens reflect the grandeur of the site but with a more contemporary outlook in style.

Facilities

Queen Mary’s Place combines an exquisite setting and attractive, tranquil environment with the day-to-day services and facilities that provide a truly exceptional lifestyle. The Estate Management service provides assistance, maintenance and, along with provisions like CCTV, security to bring you convenience and peace of mind. The on-site, state-of-the-art gym provides excellent facilities right on your doorstep.

Residents can save time and money on their journeys whilst helping the environment with our Green Travel Plan. With initiatives such as car and cycle clubs, a commuter courtesy service, travel plan coordinator, pre-paid Oyster cards and discounted bicycle purchases, the scheme aims to reduce the number of residents using cars by 20% to minimise traffic congestion, relieve parking pressure and cut carbon emissions.

Directions

From Central London follow signs for Trafalgar Square. Continue onto the A4 into Mayfair. At Brompton Oratory branch left onto Brompton Road, into Chelsea and onto Fulham Road (A304) towards Putney. At the roundabout take the first exit onto Fulham High Street (A219) over Putney Bridge and through Putney High Street. At the main crossroads turn right onto Upper Richmond Road (A205). Turn left at Red Rover Junction onto Roehampton Lane (A306), and Queen Mary’s Place is on your left.

From the M25, leave at Junction 10. Take the first exit at the Wisley Interchange Roundabout, merging onto the A3. Continue through Hook Underpass, Tolworth Junction and the Malden Underpass. At the Robin Hood Roundabout continue onto the A3, turn left at the Roehampton Junction onto Roehampton Lane, and Queen Mary’s Place is on your right.

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