Asgill House

Interesting
The magnificent house was built in Richmond around 1760 for the banker and Lord Mayor, Charles Asgill, for him to spend his weekends and his summer holidays there. The facade of this building in honey blonde stone endowed with a high a central bay, looks over the Thames.

Useful information

Address : 

Old Palace Lane

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