Right at the heart of this beautiful environment sits Glen Island House. This magnificent Grade II Listed residence embodies all the grandeur of its time. Built in 1869 for Lieutenant General Roger William Henry Palmer.
Today, the building has been carefully and sympathetically refurbished to create four exquisite homes: The last remaining home ‘The Palmer’, is a first floor three bedroom apartment with its own entrance on the ground floor.
The façade of 'The Palmer', incorporates many of the original Victorian features, including buff brick stone detailing, bay windows and red roof tiles.
The interior space is unique and individual, with a contemporary feel, but offering the sumptuous style of a country house. Luxury interior detailing ensures this quality property remains true to the original purpose as an elegant, distinctive and distinguished riverside property.
• Four beautifully restored homes within a listed building
• The William – final four bedroom house
• Overlooking River Thames
• Premium interior specification
• Period fireplaces, original grand staircase
• Private River Thames mooring