A-Z of Property – Kingston Upon Thames

Close to Hampton Court, Kingston has a lot of history.  As a Royal Borough, Kingston is the second smallest London Borough and is one of only four Royal Boroughs in England and Wales.

Situated on the River Thames in south West London, twelve miles from central London, Kingston is first recorded in an Anglo Saxon Charter in 838 and by the tenth century was established as the coronation place of Anglo-Saxon kings. Kingston is still a popular and affluent area with house prices averaging around £368,000, considerably more than the UK average.

Take a look at some of our favourite properties in the borough below:

Bargain Buy

This conveniently located mid mews starter home is a well proportioned property, with scope for cosmetic improvement. It is ideally suited to a first time buyer or investment purchase and priced at £194,950.

3 Bed Base

This delightful extended Victorian cottage with off-street parking is the perfect pad for a small family or group of friends. The property has 2 reception rooms, a fully fitted galley kitchen, a secluded rear courtyard garden, three bedrooms and a tiled bathroom. This 3 bed base is priced at £449,950..

Breath taker

This exclusive and very substantial family house is set within its own beautifully landscaped grounds of approximately 1.25 acres on the private Coombe Hill estate. The Cedars is a house of exceptional quality offering beautifully presented, well laid out, spacious and adaptable accommodation. It comes to market with a price tag of £6,750,000.

 

 

 
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