Roehampton House

Award winning development, has completed the restoration of Roehampton House, a landmark Grade 1 listed 18th century mansion situated in Roehampton. The building was originally designed in 1712 by renowned architect, Thomas Archer, as a family home and later extended in 1910 by the famous architect, Sir Edwin Lutyens. It was then used as a convalescent home for injured soldiers during World War 1, until St James acquired the building.

This stunning job was completed to a very high specification with prices of the units varying from £500,000 up to £3 million.

ADS received an award for quality on this project.

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