Luxury interiors perfectly complement the traditional look of the building, combining both local heritage and modern style to create an unrivalled air of sophistication and refinement. This is a relaxing and peaceful sanctuary, and somewhere you’ll be proud to call home.
Equipped with a range of bespoke fittings and the latest technology, Merchant Terrace is the perfect place to both entertain and escape. Every aspect of these gorgeous new homes have been considered and designed with a higher quality of life in mind. Whether hosting friends and family or unwinding after a hard day, Merchant Terrace is the complete destination.
With an award-winning, fully-integrated Metris Kitchen and luxuriously designed bathrooms, a sophisticated yet convenient theme runs throughout. White Oak timber flooring leads the way through most of the home and an automated skylight leads out onto a roof terrace, complete with far reaching views across London.
Refined high-specification details, including programmable Rako mood lighting and a Sonos-friendly multi-room speaker system, ensures an evening that friends aren’t likely to forget in a hurry, and with on-site underground parking, you’ll soon realise how big a difference the smaller details can make.
“Merchant Terrace is both distinguished and refined, with all aspects of the home carefully considered to ensure your utmost comfort and convenience.”
As much loved for its gorgeous parkland, as it is its elegant architecture, tree lined streets of Edwardian and Victorian villas surround stylish boutiques and bistros. Ravenscourt Park, the Gunnersbury Triangle and the gardens at Chiswick House (an English Heritage property) all add to the countryside feel but you’ll find everything on your doorstep to ensure all the needs of a busy, modern life are met.
With excellent transport links at your fingertips, you’ll be hard pushed to find a more alluring location with many of London’s most appealing places for shopping and dining within easy reach. Ravenscourt Park, Stamford Brook and Hammersmith underground stations are all within a half-mile radius, providing fast and convenient travel into the city and beyond.
One of the most alluring attributes of the area around Merchant Terrace is the plethora of beautiful, outdoor space to explore and enjoy. With six parks and the River Thames all within a 10 minute walk of Merchant Terrace, you’ll always find that perfect spot to while away the summer evenings. Of these, Ravenscourt Park is a local treasure right at the end of your street. More of a traditional park, it still retains a secret garden feel and has a refreshing local ambience. Aside from a nature trail you’ll find conventional activities such as tennis courts, a bowling lawn and four play areas for the children. When it comes to keeping fit we all make the same excuses, although with work and social lives, as well as families, to try and balance who can blame us. Living at Merchant Terrace means you’re surrounded with a variety of ways to keep in shape.
Venturing toward Chiswick, you’ll discover it retains the charm of a village yet still offers opportunity typical of London. A vast array of boutiques, deli’s and niche independent outlets create an unrivalled air of sophistication and refinement, and with Westfield London shopping centre just a short journey away those more serious shopping excursions needn’t always take place in central London. With its offering of elegant period architecture and plethora of excellent amenities, Hammersmith on the other hand is an established hotspot for live music, as well as a major public transport hub with excellent links to and from London City.
For food lovers out there, Chiswick really is one of the best places in London for choice and quality of cuisine on offer. When it comes to eating out you’ll be hard pushed to find better, and with not one but two Michelin star restaurants in the area the standard is high. However, that’s not to say you have to break the bank every time you fancy a night out, a swathe of equally as interesting affordable options ensure there’s a table for every occasion. Whether it’s a dinner party you’re planning or a little al fresco dining in the summer months, you’ll want access to the freshest and tastiest ingredients.
If you’re starting a family or already have young children attending school, it’s important to know you’ll have access to high quality education when you decide to relocate. Bute House Preparatory in Hammersmith is the leading all girls school and the perfect place to kickstart your child’s education. Many of their students go on to attend St. Paul’s Girls School, one of the top all girls school’s in the UK, which is also within walking distance of Merchant Terrace. Around the corner is Latymer Prep and Upper School, a top ten co-ed school for 7-18 year olds. Students from the aforementioned schools consistently attend Oxbridge, Russell group universities and American leaders such as Yale. Just across the river St Paul’s boarding and day school, for boys aged 13-18 years. It’s no wonder they’re the top boys school in the UK with pupils achieving over 97% of all GCSE grades being either A or A*.