House for sale Wimbledon
Agent's Note: Savills wish to make possible purchasers conscious that the house is within the Wimbledon North Conservation Area and it is Grade II detailed. For more information kindly go to www.merton.gov.uk
Good Hope is regarded as Wimbledon's most unique homes. Integrated 1905 because of the renown architect, Spencer Carey Curtis the home was designed in the 'Cape Dutch' style and is situated on a prime domestic Village road.
The home had been designed for Petrus Cornelius van den Poel Hiddingh along with his partner Blanche Esther Nightingale, girl of Civil Commissioner of the Cape of great Hope, a direct descendant of William the Conqueror. Petrus was the nephew of Cornelius Hiddingh, unique Envoy associated with the King of Netherlands to Southern Africa.
The home has been comprehensively refurbished by the existing proprietors and is now beautifully and stylishly decorated on all amounts. Set back from roadway behind safe electric gates the type level II Listed home is restored with some fabulous spaces many of which disregard the magnificent backside garden.
Upon entering the main reception hall the drawing room is found off to the right with exemplary light as a result of point it gives a triple aspect. The family home gives room for informal dinner within a breakfast room and starts into a magnificent Orangery and dining area.
A great panelled library overlooks the landscapes and an additional study and utility area complete the large ground floor accommodation. Regarding reduced ground-floor the news space has actually accessibility via sets of double doors onto an extensive landscaped sunken terrace which also leads up to the garden. The room provides a situation associated with art projection cinema display screen. There is a naturally temperature controlled wine store and storage cabinet regarding the reduced ground floor.