The neo-Victorian architecture is a contrast to the modern interior of Arcadia Court, Richmond. In keeping with the ambiance of the surrounding area, Arcadia Court unites timeless design with contemporaneity.
The spacious and subtly decorated living space contains two sofas, an arm chair and a home entertainment system. The adjoining dining space features enough seating for six people. The modern kitchen, while featuring all the necessary appliances for self-contained living, is stylishly finished. Stretching over two floors, the three bedrooms are understatedly decorated and contain ample storage space. Arcadia Court contains two bathrooms, featuring both a shower and a bath.
The apartment has two dedicated parking spaces, high speed Wi-Fi and a well sculptured communal garden. Richmond train station, which is served by the District Line and London Overground, is a ten minute walk away from Arcadia Court.
While central London is a short commute away, Richmond offers its own delights. Located on one of the River Thames’ meanders, Richmond is a verdant suburb that has experienced rapid growth over the past twenty years due to the influx of young professionals. The area has grown as the antithesis of central London, promoting independent business, restaurants, boutiques and cafes to give Richmond a village like ambiance.
Richmond Park offers a leafy retreat from the hustle and bustle of central London. Containing delicate architecture, well-sculptured gardens, free roaming animals and exotic flowers, Richmond Park is the ideal location to spend a warm summer’s afternoon.
Richmond Theatre has amassed a reputation of excellence throughout their history. A popular jaunt for locals, the theatre offers a diverse variety of evening entertainment.