The best houses with guest houses for sale in London | Property | Property

you know the feeling. You have invited friends and family to stay and it reaches the point where you just wish they were not there continually. Of course you love to host, but not the constant queues for the bathroom and the traffic in the kitchen. It is at times like this that having an independent home can be a gift. With this in mind, we have been looking for the best homes for sale in London with guest houses – act fast and you can even grab one in time for Christmas.

Nicosia Road, SW18

The ‘Toast rack’ area of ​​Wandsworth refers to the coveted streets that wave off Trinity Road, of which Nicosia Road is one. This is a family house of 5,100 m2 in the beginning of the 20th century; on the ground floor is a reception room with a large bay window, plus a dining area, further reception and kitchen equipped with an island / breakfast bar and doors opening onto the south-facing garden. The lower floor has an entertaining room, two media rooms and a gym – this floor is also home to a self-contained studio that includes a double bedroom, ensuite shower room and kitchen.

Guide price: £ 5,500,000,

The Stables, Beverley Lane, KT2

This mansion would not look out of place in the wilds of the Yorkshire, but is actually situated on a private plot of land in Kingston’s Coombe Hill. Despite a traditional look, The Stables, which covers a large 10,067 sq ft, is a newer building with modern design. Five bedrooms are on the first floor (the main bedroom is particularly special with a large octagonal bathroom with a vaulted ceiling) and a basement has a cinema, bar, gym and steam room / sauna. The thatched stables, separated from the main house, have been converted into three one and two bedroom apartments.

Guide price: £ 5,000,000,

The Old Court House, The Green, TW9

This Class II listed building was built between 1705 and 1707 and is probably one of the most beautiful on Richmond Green. Period features are still intact in this Queen Anne property, including the Adam-style door box, the stairs and stained glass windows. Also intact is the paneled entrance hall with tiled floor, fireplace and stripped wood floors in the dining room with bay front. The house’s self-contained residence, The Old Court House Cottage, measures 1,021 sq ft and includes a reception, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom.

Guide price: £ 2,000,000,

Avenue Lodge, Ham Common, TW10

Avenue Lodge in Richmond is another historic building, built in 1734 and boasts Grade II listed status. When you enter through timber gates, the property’s whitewashed facade and regimented fencing are revealed – all located within a brick plot of just under an acre (which also offers a tennis court and indoor pool). The integrity of the period extends inside with a beautiful fireplace and staircase. Particularly remarkable is the lateral configuration of this Georgian gem – it is rare to find a property of over 8,000 square feet arranged over two levels. Also within the framework of Avenue Lodge is Avenue Cottage, a charming Dutch gabled house built in 1679.

Guide price: £ 7,750,000,

Cadogan Square, SW1X

This maisonette may be in a Class II listed corner building, but it still offers separate guest accommodation: the buyer will also acquire a one bedroom apartment located across the hall. Both have been refurbished to the same demanding standard with well-proportioned rooms at one of London’s finest addresses (Cadogan Square is often referred to as the jewel in the Cadogan Estate). The main apartment consists of three double bedrooms, four bathrooms, a kitchen / breakfast room with double aspect and a living room, which retains many period features, including oak parquet floors, original cornices and a fireplace.

Guide price: £ 6,500,000,

Hunter’s Lodge, Belsize Park

This magnificent Georgian mansion has an extremely rich history: Although it was built in the Gothic-Revival style in 1810-1812, its origins go back to 1496, when the Belsize House occupied the place. It housed the dean of Westminster and Spencer Perceval, who became prime minister in 1809. In 1808, it was bought and demolished by a wealthy city merchant, and Hunter’s Lodge was taken into use. Just over a decade ago, the current owners embarked on a major renovation of the mansion, including a newly built extension, the creation of a basement leisure floor and the restoration of mews guest cabin.

£ 17,500,000,

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