This imposing 1930s family home is located on the sought after, tree lined road of Manor Gardens. The property has huge potential to be extended further STPP. There was previous planning permission and drawings can be viewed online.
Downstairs you are welcomed by a large entrance hall, leading into the light and spacious lounge, overlooking both the front and rear garden and featuring a working fireplace. The lounge leads into the office, which is ideal for anyone who works from home. The ground floor also comprises a large double garage, suitable for conversion. To the front of the property there is a separate dining room, opening up via double panelled doors into the entrance hall and adjacent to it is the large kitchen/breakfast room.
The first floor features a spacious gallery area with a large arched stained glass window, overlooking the front garden and a two storey bespoke feature window to the rear of the house, allowing for an abundance of light to reach the staircase. On the first floor; there are two large double bedrooms, both with fitted wardrobes and one of which includes a modern en-suite, as well as a large family bathroom. On the second floor; the loft has been converted to create a further double bedroom, again with its own en-suite and plenty of eves storage and wardrobe space.
Outside there is a secluded rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn with a patio area making it ideal for entertaining during the summer months. The south facing front garden is also a substantial grassed area.
The property is positioned at the beginning of the road and is ideal for anyone who is looking for a great family home. Hampton Village offers an array of boutique shops, cafes and a Waitrose food store. Transport links are great, with regular trains into London Waterloo, easy access to the M3 and M25 motorways and regular buses into both Richmond and Kingston town centres. There are many well regarded schools locally both state and private.