Property Details


This spacious three double bedroom, two bathroom Victorian property is located in central Teddington and is beautifully presented and designed.

This Victorian house is situated in this quiet residential road and offers bright and airy space over two floors. The property boasts a wealth of period features throughout, providing charming living with elegant modern touches.

Upon entering the property, you walk into an unusually large reception hall complete with Karndean flooring which flows through most of the ground floor. There is excellent space for storage and a recently installed ground floor cloakroom.

The bright and spacious kitchen/breakfast room has been sympathetically and tastefully modernised to blend into the period style of the property, which centres around a large Quartz island with a breakfast bar. There is a large range of wall and base storage and a useful utility cupboard with space for washing machine and tumble dryer. There is also space for a large range oven.

Through the kitchen, there is a spacious dining area with potential to further extend (STPP) which boasts skylights, high ceilings, French doors out onto the patio and Crittall style double doors leading out onto the garden.
The reception room to the front of the property also benefits from original period features such as sash windows and original floorboards which have been painted white, and a fireplace cavity.

Upstairs, there are three double bedrooms with the master bedroom benefitting from high ceilings, a built in wardrobe, a large en-suite recently fitted with a new roof, storage and an over the bath shower. All three bedrooms benefit from original arched windows, wooden flooring and spotlights. There is a further, spacious family bathroom to the first floor with a three piece suite and a shower cubicle.

Outside, the property boasts a beautiful walled garden, featuring blossoming wisteria, an apple tree, mature plants, artificial grass and a shed.

Situated just a short walk away from the entrance to Bushy Park, the train station and Teddington High Street with numerous independent boutiques and restaurants, whilst also being in the catchment for fantastic primary and secondary schools. Early internal viewings are highly recommended by the vendors sole agents.

EPC rating D.

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