Ham Common, Richmond
Ham Common, Richmond
Ham Common, Richmond
Ham Common, Richmond
Ham Common, Richmond
Ham Common, Richmond
Ham Common, Richmond
Ham Common, Richmond
Ham Common, Richmond
Ham Common, Richmond
Ham Common, Richmond
Ham Common, Richmond
Ham Common, Richmond
Ham Common, Richmond
Ham Common, Richmond
Ham Common, Richmond
Ham Common, Richmond
Ham Common, Richmond
Ham Common, Richmond
Ham Common, Richmond
Ham Common, Richmond
Ham Common, Richmond
Ham Common, Richmond
Ham Common, Richmond

Ham Common, Richmond

£399,500 1 bed Apartment

STAR LISTED GRADE II GROUND FLOOR APARTMENT with PRIVATE PATIO/BALCONY and use of lovely shared rear gardens.SHARED FREEHOLD. Super position to the side of Ham Common. Stylish cork flooring, 20 foot dbl aspect lounge/diner with open fire, refurbished bathroom with under floor heating,

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A GRADE II STAR LISTED GROUND FLOOR ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT of 54 square metres/577 sq ft plus a PRIVATE PATIO/BALCONY and use of lovely shared gardens to the rear.

Beautifully located in an iconic development to the side of the open spaces of Ham Common with its traditional
village pond and cricket pitch.

Recent upgrading and renovations include stylish cork flooring, a central heating system with an electric boiler,
and a refurbished bathroom with underfloor heating.
Super 20 foot double aspect lounge dining room with a restored open fire with tiled hearth and concrete mantel.
Roomy bedroom with double mirrored doors to an inbuilt wardrobe cupboard.

The starred category on its English Heritage listing applies to particularly important buildings of more than special interest and effectively places this property in the top 8% most important listed buildings. This also now has wider public recognition as one of the architects Sir James Stirling is now commemorated annually in the Stirling Prize for Architecture.

OFFERED WITH THE ADVANTAGE OF A SHARE OF FREEHOLD.

Langham House Close was designed in 1955 and built 1957/58 by James Stirling & James Gowan, It is often referred to in architectural literature as their Ham Common Flats. It is considered to be influenced by Le Corbusiers Maison Jaoul but also includes vernacular touches and ironic features like the concrete
gargoyles, corbels and the mantel on the impressive exposed stock brick chimney breast . Unlike many significant modernist projects, it was a privately funded
development and not social housing.

This was Stirling's first major work and led to him designing the Engineering Building at Leicester University in 1963 which established his reputation. His other later works include the History Library at Cambridge, the Performing Arts Centre at Cornell University, the Clore Gallery at Tate Britain, the Braun Factory in Germany, the Sackler Museum at Harvard and the Neue Staatsgalerie in Stuttgart.

COMMUNAL ENTRANCE :
Double doors into tiled communal hallway in exposed stock brick , door to flat .

ENTRANCE HALL:
Double doors to cupboard with space for washing machine, cork flooring.

DOUBLE ASPECT LOUNGE/DINING ROOM: Abt. 1911 x 99 (6.08m x 2.98m)
Windows to front & side aspects, cork flooring, two radiators, open fireplace with concrete corbel and mantel and tiled hearth in an exposed stock brick chimney breast with a squint through to the kitchen, wall light fitments.

KITCHEN: Abt. 1611 x 56 (5.16m x 1.67m)
Fitted cupboards at base and eye level, worktops, tile splashback, inset sink unit, spaces for dishwasher, cooker and fridge, double doors to pantry cupboard, door to store cupboard and door to cupboard with boiler, locker cupboard over doorway, window to front and glazed door to balcony, cork flooring.

Glazed door from kitchen though to ...
PRIVATE COVERED PATIO BALCONY: Abt 56 x 51 (1.7m x 1.56m)
Balustrade , tiled floor, floor to ceiling side glass pane.

BEDROOM: Abt. 14 x 96 (4.26m x 2.90m )
Rear window to garden aspect and additional fanlight windows. Cork flooring. Mirrored doors to inbuilt wardrobe cupboard.
Radiator.

BATHROOM:
Tiled floor with underfloor heating, wash hand basin, W.C. walk in shower with screen and tile surround, casement window.
OUTSIDE:
Communal gardens to front and rear.

STORAGE CUPBOARD:
Off the communal entrance hall with storage locker for each flat.

About 25m from the entrance to the block, Langham House Close leads directly onto the open spaces of Ham Common.

TENURE
Lease of 999 years from 1958 with the freehold held in common by the residents.

MAINTENANCE
£ 2,220 per annum to cover building insurance, cleaning of windows and communal areas, care and up keep of gardens and all general outside maintenance.


REF: 2258
These particulars are provided as a general outline only for the guidance of intending buyers and do not constitute, or form any part of, an offer or contract. All descriptions, measurements, implications as to usage, references explicit or implied as to condition and permissions for use and occupation, are given in good faith, but prospective buyers must not rely on them as statements or representations of fact and must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them. Stated dimensions should not be relied upon for fitting floor coverings, appliances or furniture. None of the services, fittings, appliances, or heating or hot water installations (if any), have been inspected or tested by Mervyn Smith & Co and no warranty can be given as to their working condition. We have been advised by the vendor regarding the outgoings but we have not inspected any accounts and we do not know their terms and conditions. Prospective buyers and their legal advisers will have to establish the exact rights and obligations prior to any legal commitment to purchase.

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