The Vicarage is located on the affluent Stamford Brook Road in Chiswick, London W4.
The 7,075 sq ft former vicarage is now a fully modernised 7-bedroom luxury residence. There are four reception rooms, a courtyard garden, lower ground floor leisure and entertainment space, and off-street parking.
The reception rooms and courtyard garden of The Vicarage can host events for up to 100 people.
Positioned on a substantial corner plot intersecting with Flanchford Road, the property is surrounded by lush greenery and is well-connected, being in proximity to several underground stations.
Built in 1886 by architect Chas J. Gladman, the mansion is crafted in a Victorian-era Gothic revival style. The exterior features grand wrought-iron black railings and double gates. The original limestone fireplace, bearing the date AD1886, and the Gothic-style staircase with original stained-glass windows, preserve the historical essence amidst modern refinements.
The memorial stone of the church and vicarage complex was laid by HRH Princess Mary Adelaide, the Duchess of Teck (1833-1897), the mother of HM Queen Mary and the great-grandmother of the late Queen Elizabeth II.
St Mary's closed in 1982 with The Vicarage then becoming a private home and the church converted into flats in 1984.
From 1982 The Vicarage was owned by two families before being purchased by Kam Babaee, the CEO of a super-prime developer K10 Group, in 1999 as a West London home for his family.
In 2023, the mansion is for sale through Dexters for £6,950,000.
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