Parkstead House

200150Yes West London

Parkstead House’s enchanting rooms boast many of their original Georgian features with sweeping staircases, decorative ceilings, sparkling chandeliers and authentic fireplaces. Set in vast landscaped grounds, the charismatic House boasts two courtyards and uninterrupted views across Richmond Park from one of its dramatic balconies.

A beautiful neo-classical Palladian villa, Parkstead House was originally built for William Chambers, 2nd Earl of Beesborough in the early 1760s as a country retreat and as somewhere to display his large collection of sculptures. Chambers’ most famous commissions include Somerset House in London and the Pagoda in Kew Gardens.