Explore a selection of London's highly desirable Edwardian properties currently on the market. Spacious, solidly-built and with attractive period details, these homes offer practical period living for buyers seeking style with substance.
The Edwardian period was a relatively short space of time, spanning the nine-year reign of Edward VII from 1901-1910 and effectively ending at the outbreak of World War I in 1914. Properties built around this time are highly sought-after as they tend to be larger and brighter than their Victorian predecessors.
The Arts and Crafts movement can be clearly seen in the era's architecture, with decorative tiling, stained glass and other features demonstrating the Edwardian value for ornate, hand-crafted design. The properties we've picked out here also include some late Victorian homes that demonstrate this classically Edwardian style.
Iverna Court, Kensington, W8
£2,250,000 | 2 bedroom apartment
One of London's most impressive Edwardian mansion blocks, Iverna Court was built in 1901 and overlooks the Iverna Court Garden that dates back to 1894. This beautiful two bedroom apartment has been sensitively modernised, offering two bright reception rooms and a large master bedroom with en suite bathroom.
River View, Chase Side, EN2
£850,000 | 4 bedroom house
This row of Edwardian houses overlooks the New River, created in the 17th century as part of a scheme to bring fresh water into London from Hertfordshire. Situated within the local conservation area, this stunning four bedroom house retains much of its period charm but has been brought right up to date, creating a practical and welcoming family home.
Mount Avenue, Ealing, W5
£850,000 | 3 bedroom apartment
A prime location for beautiful late Victorian and Edwardian homes, Ealing's handsome red brick properties and plentiful green spaces make it a hotspot for buyers in the west. This spacious three bedroom maisonette sits on the ground floor and boasts a good-sized rear garden with decking area and recently-refurbished interiors throughout.
Waldegrave Road, Teddington, TW11
£325,000 | 1 bedroom apartment
Another enclave of desirable Edwardian homes, Teddington offers buyers an excellent commuter location with the many amenities of its centre and that of nearby Twickenham. This lower ground floor one bedroom apartment enjoys easy access to nearby Bushy Park and offers a spacious reception area with access to an attractive private courtyard.
Harrods Village, Barnes, SW13
£2,000,000 | 3 bedroom apartment
This opulent development was created from warehouse buildings that Harrods acquired in the late 19th century to house its bulkier stock items. The original honey-coloured building dates from 1857 but the salmon pink buildings were designed by William Hunt and completed in 1913. The result is an impressive blend of Victorian and Edwardian architecture that is now the Grade II listed Harrods Village complex.
Astonville Street, Southfields, SW18
£630,000 | 2 bedroom apartment
Clusters of Edwardian properties can be found around Wandsworth, Putney and Southfields, and this two bedroom conversion apartment sits within a beautiful terrace of historic homes on Astonville Street. The striking master bedroom occupies the converted loft, while the full-width reception with bay window is bright and spacious.
Merton Hall Road, Wimbledon, SW19
£600,000 | 2 bedroom apartment
Set within a handsome red brick terrace in Wimbledon, this two bedroom ground floor apartment includes a rear garden and an appealing open-plan kitchen with room to dine. Original features include open fireplaces with glazed tiles and the classically Edwardian timber-framed porch over the apartment's private entrance.
Holmbush Road, Putney, SW15
£2,750,000 | 6 bedroom house
Located in the Rusholme Road Conservation Area, this magnificent six bedroom house forms part of the local development that was completed around 1906. As with most of the houses on this side of Holmbush Road, this example was constructed by Hampstead-based builder Joshua E Parnell, and retains many original features, including tiling and stained glass to the front doors.
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