Richmond One represents a rare collection of 20 brand new luxury apartments in the exclusive neighbourhood of Richmond upon Thames. Richmond One is located in the heart of one of London’s most desirable boroughs, truly a rare gem in West London.

LUXURY & SIMPLICITY


The apartments, ranging from studios to 3 bedrooms, are designed with efficient layouts and coupled with large balconies to provide ample sunlight and natural ventilation. The units are also equipped with the latest amenities including underfloor heating, comfort cooling, eco-green roof and other smart technologies. Kitchens and bathrooms are finished only with high-end fittings and appliances from Duravit, Siemens and Hansgrohe. Richmond is an affluent area in the UK, and

Richmond One delivers a feel for luxury and simplicity within the complex. Residents of Richmond One are rewarded with the ultimate in tranquillity, space and privacy.

Richmond delivers the very best of London living, convenient access to the capital, a historic royal pedigree, majestic Georgian architecture and spectacular panoramic river and countryside views..

ROYAL PEDIGREE


Every square mile of Richmond upon Thames is steeped in history. Its legacy of investment by Kings and Cardinals includes the extravagant Hampton Court Palace, built by Cardinal Wolsey and later adopted by King Henry VIII; as well as the gilded Marble Hill House, created for George il’s mistress, Henrietta Howard. The National Archive features Guy Fawkes’ Confession and Shakespeare’s Will.

Royalty’s association with Richmond – or Shene as it was previously known – began some 900 years ago, when King Henry I chose to reside in the area. Further royal residents included Edward I, Edward II, Edward III and Richard II who built a timber framed house on the island opposite the Manor of Shene and spent his final days of freedom there, prior to his imprisonment in the Tower of London. The Manor of Shene was later rebuilt by Henry V and further improved by Henry VI. It was the chief residence of Edward IV’s Queen.

The next to fall for Shene’s charms was King Henry VII, who renamed it in honour of his favourite Earldom, Richmond in Yorkshire. The King authorised the construction of Richmond Palace. Following his death in 1509, King Henry VIII ascended to the throne and celebrated his first royal Christmas at Richmond Palace alongside his Queen, Catherine of Aragon. In 1540, Richmond Palace was granted to his fourth wife, the divorced queen, Anne of Cleves.

The Palace was later destined to be a favoured residence of Queen Elizabeth I, who took her last breath there in 1603. Its gateway remains today.

Only 14 minutes by car from Richmond, Heathrow Airport is one of the world’s busiest transportation hubs, and one of the world’s largest airports.

A third runway and sixth terminal building have been earmarked. The airport expansion is estimated to create 8,000 permanent new jobs by completion in 2020.

Richmond borough is particularly strong in the energy sector, retail, ICT, financial and professional services. It is home to Gazprom, PepsiCo, eBay, and other innovative multinational companies.

Richmond also has a vibrant creative, film production and distribution industry, along with several television stations.

Richmond delivers the very best of London living, convenient access to the capital, a historic royal pedigree, majestic Georgian architecture and spectacular panoramic river and countryside views..