Location, location, location. This extremely pretty and wider than average two bedroom Victorian cottage is situated in one of the most sought after locations in the area, situated close to St Margarets village and the glorious Marble Hill Park, whilst Richmond Bridge is just a short walk away.
This rarely available charming property is well presented throughout, with accommodation comprising through living room with stripped wood flooring, a larger than average galley kitchen, a downstairs utility room and shower room. To the first floor is a generous master bedroom with stairs up to an additional loft room/study, a second double bedroom and further shower room.
A particular feature is the pretty rear garden, which backs onto an orchard, while the property also benefits ample storage, rear access and being sold with no onward chain.
Sandycoombe Road is an extremely pretty residential enclave and is home to Sandycoombe Lodge, designed and built in 1813 by the artist J. M. W. Turner as his country retreat and as a home for his father.
EPC rating E