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Kingston Bridge House, Hampton Wick, Kingston-upon-Thames KT1 4AG


Kingston upon Thames, London

60,000 Sq ft

Under Offer / Freehold

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The Opportunity

This is an exciting opportunity to purchase a significant development opportunity in a highly sought after and unique location within Hampton Wick. The site’s position adjacent to Bushy Park, the River Thames and proximity to Kingston town centre creates an unparalleled location.

The property comprises two blocks forming an L-shaped building arranged over four to seven storeys. Originally constructed in the mid- 1960’s as office accommodation the building was redeveloped in the mid -1990’s to provide student accommodation. The building was again reconfigured at ground level in 2015 to provide an additional common room and bike storage.

The two blocks which currently provide 218 student beds share almost identical and easily divisible floor plates with a central-core connecting the blocks.

The property benefits from the following:


Hampton Wick is an attractive Thames-side area, with a village aesthetic located in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, buffered by the Royal Bushy Park to the west, Hampton Court Park to the south and the River Thames to the east. The area boasts unique riverside views from Kingston Bridge, Kingston Barge Walk and the numerous riverside cafes that line this quieter end of the Thames.

Across the bridge is Kingston-upon-Thames, a former ancient market town and now a thriving town centre providing a large choice of retail amenities with a range of both High Street and independent boutiques. In addition the riverside provides a lively frontage of bars and restaurants and treelined walks.

Bushy Park is famously home to Hampton Court Palace, a royal palace built in 16th century for King Henry VIII and now open to the public, Hampton Wick Royal Cricket Club, and The Royal Paddocks Allotments, established by King George V in 1921, are also located nearby.

Planning Policy

The site lies within the jurisdiction of the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. The property is not listed but lies within the Hampton Wick Conservation Area and a designated Area of Mixed Use.
The site offers an opportunity to convert or completely redevelop the existing building for a range of alternative uses, subject to obtaining the necessary permissions.
A detailed planning summary can be accessed via the data room.


The freehold interest is to be sold via informal tender.
Offers are invited on an unconditional or conditional (subject to planning) basis.

Kingston Bridge House, Church Grove, Hampton Wick, Kingston upon Thames KT1 4AG, UK