Warren house wedding photographer | Lauz Photography
Warren House and the Coombe estate have a rich and varied history. Since the middle ages the area has been on the strategic route from London to Portsmouth, and the road on Kingston Hill was well established even before Charles I enclosed Richmond Park in 1637. Small estates were established during the late 18th and early 19th century, and in 1837 HRH Prince George, Duke of Cambridge, grandson of George III, acquired the seat of the late Earl of Liverpool at Coombe. Improvements in the road to London brought the city within an hours drive by horse drawn carriage, and the area began to attract wealthy city businessmen, bankers and liberal politicians and their families.
Warren house was built in 1860 for Hugh Hammersley (1819-1882 by London builder George Mansfield, on 16 acres of land.
Warren House is a hidden gem, a stunning private Victorian house set within 4.2 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens. It is a truly one of a kind, historical and luxurious with award winning service that is experienced in ensuring your wedding is the day you have always dreamed of.
Whether you are holding an exclusive use wedding or simply holding the ceremony and reception there, you will experience something very special, bespoke and totally yours.
Jonathan’s Birthday celebrations
Wedding Photographer Warren House – Jonathan’s 50th celebrations
Jon celebrated his Birthday at Warren house in Kingston in style. The stunning landscaped gardens were the perfect backdrop for family pictures and the guests in their beautiful gowns. This was a fun, relaxed, fabulous event.