About 36 Lilliput
Access is via the main entrance to the house (just to the right of the photo). A lift situated a few metres from the entrance across the original grand hallway with its impressive staircase provides easy access to the first floor and the apartment with its private front door.
Private front door, smoke alarm, panelled radiator, ornate coved ceiling and panel glazed door into cloaks cupboard.
Sitting room: 13.1’ x 14.8’ (4.0m x 4.5m)
A well appointed room enjoying delightful views of the river Thames and well maintained grounds through triple bay windows, ornate ceiling coving to the high ceiling, TV/FM and telephone point, wall light points and panelled radiator. Fitted curtains, brand new carpets, double cupboard with hanging rails and shelf, electric fireplace with marble wood surround and emergency call system.
Single drainer stainless steel sink unit with a fridge beneath and modern kitchen cupboards above and below. Tiled splash backs and spot lights.
Bedroom: 8.2’ x 6.6’ (2.5m x 2.0m)
Enjoying delightful views over the river Thames and gardens through an attractive arched window, ornate coved ceiling, TV and telephone points, fitted curtains and panelled radiator with decorative cover
Half tiled jacuzzi bath with mixer taps, shower attachment and Linax riser chair, low level WC, vanity unit with inset wash hand basin with cupboards beneath, mirrored vanity cupboard, extractor fan, emergency call system, panelled radiator and vinyl flooring.
Set in three acres of lovely landscaped gardens, Thamesfield, originally a Victorian country residence, offers the opportunity to live in your own self-contained home, as well as comfort in the knowledge that there is support and care available if needed. Thamesfield also provides nursing home care within the main house whilst all residents benefit from exclusive facilities including restaurant, conservatory, full programme of social activities, hairdressing facilities and use of the treatment room as well as being able to enjoy the spectacular views of the River Thames and the beautifully tended lawns and gardens.