Riverside, London, TW1

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A detached house with origins in 1722 in an idyllic riverside setting.
Available to purchase for the first time in 300 years, Dial House is an 18th century house of historical and architectural interest.

Dial House is superbly located in the heart of the Twickenham Riverside conservation area between York House Gardens and St Mary’s Church. The house is set back from the River Thames with views over the Italian Fountain in York House Gardens which runs along the riverside.

Dial House dates from the 18th century and comprises almost 6000 square feet of accommodation. Double fronted, the property has an elegant period façade with an ornate entrance canopy featuring a classical pediment with sundial above. The house retains much of the original period detailing internally with superb ceiling heights, fireplaces and a magnificent entrance hall and wood carved staircase. The ground floor of the main house has two well proportioned reception rooms, a study and a kitchen with attached utility room. The rear of the house is currently used as an office with several further rooms, ideal as studies or additional reception rooms.

The main house is currently configured over two floors, with six bedrooms and two bathrooms on the first floor. There is a self contained three bedroom flat on the second floor as well as a lower ground floor currently used as further office and storage space with a WC.

Gardens wrap around three sides of the house and offer scope, with landscaping, to create a fabulous outdoor amenity.

Dial House offers an exceptionally rare opportunity to create a truly unique and impressive family home in a superb location.


Dial house is positioned opposite York House Gardens and the Thames on Twickenham Riverside, a particularly scenic stretch of the river Thames where, for hundreds of years, Royalty would take their summer holidays. Marble Hill House and Park and Orleans House and Gardens are 0.4 and 0.3 miles along the Thames towpath which provides exceptional walks along both sides of the river.

The house is 0.4 miles from Twickenham train station with direct services to London Waterloo in 20 minutes. Both Twickenham and St. Margarets (0.8 miles) offer an excellent selection of restaurants, shops and amenities, with St Margarets train station offering an alternative route into London Waterloo in around 30 minutes.

Richmond town centre is within 2 miles and offers a comprehensive range of restaurants, shops and recreational facilities with many luxury and high street retail brands, as well as the District Line Underground and Overground train services. The commuter is further served by access onto the A316 at St. Margarets, which joins the M3 at Sunbury or Central London in the other direction, via the A4. The M3 in turn adjoins the M25 motorway, connecting Gatwick and Heathrow International Airports.

Local schools, both private and state, enjoy an excellent reputation, as do the many and varied sports clubs and gymnasiums nearby.

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Total stamp duty

43,750 £

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Monthly repayments

39,924 £

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