New home ahoy! – Edwardian houseboat and riverside plot for sale at £1.8 million

One of the largest residential riverside plots with substantial frontage on this beautiful stretch of the Thames close to Hampton Court.


By Rory Poulter

20th Apr 2022 | Property of the Week


One of the largest residential riverside plots with substantial frontage on this beautiful stretch of the Thames close to Hampton Court.

The property includes impressive grounds and a substantial Edwardian houseboat.

The boat dates approximately 1903 and has a solid concrete hull which was fully inspected only last year.

The super structure is in need of restoration in order to restore to its former glory and is said to offer huge potential to extend.

Situated on the Surrey side of Tagg Island, the boat enjoys unrivalled views in both directions and across to the East Molesey bank. The extensive grounds are very secluded with a large workshop and two storage sheds.

The houseboat is enviably located, quietly nestled at the end of the island directly off the sunken garden which is beautifully maintained and for the use of the islanders.

The plot also benefits from a long 999 year lease.

More details are available here.

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