There are only 19 private residential units in this development located in Richmond, north-west of the historic county of Surrey. The building is situated in Richmond town centre, within walking distance of the well-established cafes, restaurants, boutiques and designer stores. Richmond is also well served by its own tube and train station, offering direct access into central London, and has excellent surrounding road networks. Completion of all construction is set for summer of 2016.


Red Lion Street Richmond
Red Lion Street Richmond
Red Lion Street Richmond
Red Lion Street Richmond
Red Lion Street Richmond
Red Lion Street Richmond

Local Authority:
London Borough of Richmond upon Thames


  • Richmond Upon Thames within the London Borough of Richmond-upon-Thames.
  • The London Borough of Richmond-upon-Thames is a borough in south-west London located 10-miles from Central London. The main town is Richmond.
  • The River Thames travels through the borough connecting Richmond to Hampton Court, Kingston and central London.
  • According to a recent article by “Homes and Property” Richmond upon Thames is in the Top 10 most exclusive boroughs in London.
  • The borough is approximately half parkland where large areas of London’s open space fall within the borough’s boundaries, including; Richmond Park, Kew Gardens, Bushy Park and Old Deer Park.
  • It boasts a colourful cafe culture, thriving arts scene, a well-respected university and great nightlife.
  • The borough is a popular shopping and entertainment destination. The area is a colourful mix of themed markets, street activities and varied retail outlets.
  • A unique London borough that is the only one to be situated both north and south of the Thames
  • Richmond Upon Thames is home to some extremely affluent pockets – such as Twickenham, Richmond, and Kew. Buy here, and it’s expected you’ll see a price jump of 21.1 per cent before five years are out – * The Telegraph.
  • Richmond has many of the major restaurant chains and can be found within 500m of Richmond Bridge. There are also plenty of privately owned restaurants with culinary offerings from around the world, including; Indian, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Russian and Spanish.
  • The Bingham Hotel nearby and overlooking the Thames was awarded its first Michelin star in 2010.
  • Richmond upon Thames, of which Richmond North and South make up two of its wards, has the least poverty in London.
  • The town has the largest commercial centre in the borough and is classified a major centre according to the London Plan.
  • Richmond boasts a buzzing arts scene with many galleries and museums. Other highlights include a 14-screen cinema, comedy shows and a range of bars, pubs and clubs all set in a stunning riverside location.
  • There are two local theatres, the Richmond Theatre and the Orange Tree Theatre.
  • The borough has excellent road and public transport links to all parts of the UK so is well placed as a visitor and commercial centre.
  • The Thames is a major contributor to the interest that Richmond inspires in many people. It has an extensive frontage around Richmond Bridge, containing many bars and restaurants. The area owes much of its Georgian style to the architect Quinlan Terry who was commissioned to restore the area (1984–1987).
  • Richmond is one of only 4 boroughs within the entire London with fewer than 1,000 units under development reducing the oversupply risk and resulting in demand- driven inflation to price.
  • Richmond Station is within easy reach of 8 Red Lion Street. Connecting with Clapham Junction and London Waterloo via South West Trains in 9 and 19 minutes, respectively.
  • 8 Red Lion Street is 0.3 miles from Richmond Green which has been described as “one of the most beautiful urban greens surviving anywhere in England”, is essentially square in shape and its open grassland, framed with broadleaf trees and extends to roughly twelve acres. On summer weekends and public holidays the Green attracts many residents and visitors. It has a long history of hosting sporting events; from the 16th century onwards tournaments and archery contests have taken place on the green, while cricket matches have occurred since the mid-18th century.
  • The main commercial centres in Richmond are Barnes, Mortlake and Sheen.
  • Red Lion Street is only 2.5 miles away from Barnes. Barnes has a traditional village feel complete with ducks and geese through the common. Barnes is also home to the award winning London Wetland Centre (opened in the year 2000) which provides a home for London’s wetland flora and fauna.
  • Red Lion Street is 1.9 miles from Mortlake which is the finishing point of the annual Oxford -v- Cambridge varsity boat race.
  • At Mortlake the River Thames is thought to contain young salmon, referring to a fishery in the area on a former tributary of the River Thames which has now gone.
  • Red Lion Street is only 0.5 miles away from Sheen. Sheen has many small boutique clothing shops and delicatessens. Central to the area is a small square, known as the triangle, with a war memorial, and an old mile stone.
  • Red Lion Street is 1.9 miles from Twickenham Stadium. There is nowhere in England more important to rugby union than Twickenham Stadium. Home to England Rugby and the World Rugby Museum (WRM) – this is the ultimate experience for the rugby enthusiast.
  • Red Lion Street is only 0.8 miles away from London’s oldest and second largest Royal Park, Richmond Park, giving quick and easy access to 2,360 acres of open space and 2 golf courses.
  • The internationally renowned Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew are but 2 miles from 8 Red Lion Street.
  • Excellent local schooling is available with eleven state primary schools noted as ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted and two judged as‘Excellent’ by ISI.
  • Richmond Park is one of the world’s largest urban parks being three times the size of Central Park in New York City.
  • Richmond offers a wide variety of office accommodation and is the UK/European headquarters of several multi-national companies including eBay, Paypal and The Securitas Group, as well as head office to a number of national, regional and local businesses.
  • Richmond has been described as “the beating heart of London’s growing technology industry” by Evening Standard.

The Development:

  • A new local Landmark development constructed behind a most attractive and characterful period façade.
  • Arranged over Courtyard, Ground, First, and Second Floor levels.
  • High quality build and specification as one would expect from a prestigious property at 8 Red Lion Street.
  • 10-year ‘Checkmate’ Building Warranty with extended cover.
  • Completion anticipated late August 2016.
  • 19 private new residential One-bed, Two- Bed and 2-Bed Duplex apartments.
  • Exceptional ceiling heights on every floor creating more spacious, ‘open’ and brighter accommodation.
  • Good security.
  • Private residents’ courtyard to rear.
  • Private and secure bicycle store.
  • New 999-year Lease.
  • Exceptional ceiling heights, dictated by the retention of the attractive façades, set 8 Red Lion Street apart from most new build residential developments:
    North Elevation - Red Lion Street
    North Elevation – Red Lion Street

Car Parking:

  • There is no car parking at the development and it is “car-free” which means that owners and occupiers (unless they are disabled) cannot apply for a permit to park in Local Authority permit parking or Local Authority owned or licenced car parking. This is normal and to be expected both under modern planning permissions rulings and for a town centre location that applies to 8 Red Lion Street.
  • Being centrally located within the town ofRichmond Upon Thames, there are plenty of car parking choices available close-by should residents require a parking facility.


  • Leasehold.
  • Service Charge – individual unit details available on request.
  • First Year’s estimated service charges range from £876 to £1,689 per annum.
  • Service charge billed twice yearly.
  • New 999-year Lease.
  • Ground Rent:
    £350.00 – 1-bedroom apartment.
    £450.00 – 2-bedroom apartment.
    Ground Rent billed annually

Completion & Settlement:

  • Build completion is currently forecast for June/July 2016.
  • Legal completion and settlement of buyers’ purchases is anticipated on 31st August 2016 that is an agreed short-stop date.

Ease of Travel:

  • Richmond Station is within easy reach of 8 Red Lion Road:
  • 3-minutes
  • 3-minutes
  • 7-minutes
  • Some 144 trains depart daily from Richmond Station (frequency every 10 minutes).
  • Richmond Station is in Zone 4.
  • Annual Travelcard to Zone 1 costs £1,844.
  • Clapham Junction is located just 9-minutes distant.
  • Clapham Junction is a sprawling terminus for train and tube and your gateway to almost anywhere in London. Some 2,000 trains a day pass through Clapham Junction with most stopping making this the busiest station in Europe.

Location, Location, Location: 


Universities and study:

  • Richmond University
    0.9 miles
  • University of Roehampton
    3.2 miles
  • Kingston University
    4.7 miles
  • St. George’s University
    7.8 miles
  • South Bank University
    10.9 miles
  • King’s College London
    9.8 miles
  • London School of Economics
    10 miles
  • Imperial College
    7.3 miles


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