Maids of Honour Row
This grade I listed house was built in the early 18th century on the site of Henry Vll’s Richmond Palace, for the Maids of Honour of the Princess of Wales. It has a well preserved panelled interior and unusually the panelling in one of the rooms was painted with landscape views and emblems of the Arts and Seasons by the Italian Antonio Joli in the 1740s. Acanthus LW Architects were commissioned to carry out comprehensive repairs, install new services and sensitive adaptations to provide new bathrooms and to create a modern living space in the basement with direct access to the rear garden.

Client: Private