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- Viewings accompanied by Chase Buchanan
- A 'blank canvas' end of terrace family home
- Offered for sale for the very first time!
- Outstanding location
- Very generous entertaining space
- Rear extension and loft conversion potential (STPP)
- Large garden
- Close to all amenities and transport links
- Wide open green spaces in very close proximity
- Council Tax Band E
A very exciting opportunity to acquire a three bedroom, period house, situated on a particularly desirable road, in Richmond upon Thames. A real 'blank canvas', a property where you can create your very own dream home.
On the ground floor, there is ample entertaining space and family accommodation leading to a sizeable rear garden. The first floor comprises three bedrooms and there is huge potential to create an additional (master) bedroom and en-suite bathroom in the loft space, which is one of the many highlights of this house.
Additionally, from the rear elevation there is great scope to extend outwards (STPP).This family home is nestled in an attractive road within easy walking distance of all Richmond has to offer including Richmond Park, Kew Gardens and Richmond Riverside, where you’ll find a plethora of restaurants, shops and entertainment in an exceptional setting. Many of the most sought after schools and nurseries within the area are located nearby. The glorious open spaces of Old Deer Park are right on the doorstep. For the sports enthusiast, please take your pick: tennis, cricket, swimming, rugby and golf are all right here in close proximity.
These particulars have been prepared in good faith to give a fair overall view of the property; they do not constitute
an offer and will not form part of any contract. We make no representation about the conditions of the property nor that
any services or appliances are in good working order; this should be checked by your surveyor. Furthermore, you should
not assume that any items or features referred to in these particulars or shown in the photographs are included in the
sale price. Your solicitor should check this as part of the normal conveyancing process.