Not just a residence
Nestled among “The Terrace,” a collection of five houses adorning the River Thames, this house stands tall, boasting a facade that could rival a grand country manor. It’s not just a residence; it’s a slice of architectural history, snugly situated between the pedimented central house and the whimsical end-of-terrace abode. Once lived in by the illustrious architect William Antony Sampson Lloyd and his creatively vibrant wife, Peggy, daughter of the renowned architect William Curtis Green RA, it has had a lively past indeed.
What the Clients have to say:
“ABL3 Architects have been patient, clever and wise in the plans for the house and in helping us through planning permission. Their calm demeanour and years of experience mean we have great trust in them, they guide us down a clearer path”