Templeton House is one of London’s finest private residences. Set within three acres of superbly landscaped gardens, the house is moments away from Royal Richmond Park and a short distance from Central London.
Formerly the home of Winston Churchill, this spectacular Grade II Listed house has recently undergone an extensive and meticulous refurbishment.
Showcasing exemplary craftsmanship, innovative technology, world class interior design and unparalleled service, Templeton House is a truly unique offering.
The property is available for clients to rent on an exclusive basis, short or long term and is offered with staff who provide unrivalled world class service.
Arranged over 32,000 ft 2 (3,000 m2). Eight immaculate bedroom suites, an oak panelled library and four stately reception rooms.
World class spa with 25 metre swimming pool, vitality pool, treatment rooms, hair salon, nail bar, steam room and sauna.
Championship-standard all weather tennis court. Cinema room with 142” screen and bar. Climate controlled wine cellar, with dining and tasting table. Games room with table football, pool table, juke box and bar. Enhanced security systems with continually monitored CCTV. Air conditioning and climate control. Separate staff accommodation. Eight person passenger lift. Helicopter landing possible.
This magnificent family home is situated in South West London just moments from Royal Richmond Park, which offers 2,500 acres of natural beauty and is famous for its resident deer.
Templeton House is 20 minutes from Central London’s West End, with shopping hubs in Knightsbridge and Mayfair also easily accessible.
King’s Road in Chelsea is just 20 minutes away, with luxury boutiques and world famous interior design studios, as well as top restaurants and home to the renowned RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
Central London, the West-End, Canary Wharf and The City are all easily accessible from Templeton House. Heathrow and Gatwick Airports are 25 and 45 minutes away, respectively.
Possibly Templeton’s most notable resident was Sir Winston Churchill, whose family owned the house in the early twentieth century.
Its first illustrious resident in the eighteenth century was Lady Elizabeth Templeton, after whom the house is named. Lady Templeton worked very closely with the renowned Josiah Wedgwood and her artistic influence is still prominent in Templeton House today.
Other residents include Lord Langdale (Master of the Rolls) and Henry Lancelot Holland, Governor of the Bank of England, who was a direct descendent of the famous architect Henry Holland.