This elegant period home, built in 1855, has been sympathetically extended and improved throughout, with charming period details, complementing a highly appealing property.
The ground floor accommodation flows seamlessly and includes a bright, front aspect living room with original marble fireplace and window shutters, dining area with built in storage and a good-sized kitchen/breakfast room over-looking the rear garden, plus separate utility/office area and cloakroom. The kitchen is fitted with a range of stylish units with integrated appliances and oak wood flooring with underfloor heating running throughout the kitchen/dining area. The utility area allows through access and the tri-folding doors open out to the rear garden, providing the perfect space for ‘al-fresco’ dining.
The first floor provides a spacious master bedroom featuring a period fireplace and balcony overlooking the rear garden, plus a smart en-suite shower room, with two further well-proportioned double bedrooms, serviced by a generous contemporary family bathroom. Attractive cornicing and high ceilings feature throughout the house.
The property is accessed via a low maintenance gravelled front garden providing off street parking for two cars. To the rear of the property is a delightful enclosed garden with a generous paved terrace area, ideal for entertaining and mature shrubbery providing visual interest. The garden is walled and fenced to provide privacy and extends to approximately 120 ft. At the rear of the garden is a large summerhouse with power and an additional paved area and original apple tree.
Commuter links are excellent with two railway stations in close proximity providing good links to London Waterloo and frequent bus routes to nearby Richmond, Teddington & Kingston, plus easy access to the M3, M25 motorways and Heathrow Airport. The area is well served for schools, both private and state-run, including The Mall, Waldegrave School and St James’s rated 'outstanding' by Ofsted.