Charming bay fronted Victorian semi-detached house in the highly sought after central Teddington enclave moments from the High Street and Station and with significant scope to extend (STPP).
The original stained glass front door opens in to a welcoming entrance hall with dado rail and original floor boards which flow into the dining room. The spacious reception room to the fore boasts an abundance of original features from intricate cornicing and ceiling mouldings to a cast iron feature fireplace, with shelving to the chimney recess. Beautifully illuminated through a wide angled sash bay window, dressed in plantation shutters. Flow back down the hallway to the dining room which has a bespoke fitted cupboard to the chimney recess, storage under the stairs and French doors leading onto the beautiful garden. The kitchen to the rear is bathed in natural light through dual aspect, has an abundance of low level olive green cabinets, fully integrated appliances, four ring gas hob and electric fan double oven, elegantly finished with a solid oak worktop and a stable door leading onto the garden.
The first floor hosts the stunning principle bedroom to the fore with two large sash windows providing a delightful westerly front aspect, whilst the further double bedroom has lovely views over the rear garden and a cast iron fireplace. Both served by a fabulous bathroom with a white suite, separate walk-in monsoon shower and Victorian heated towel rail. The sunny, secluded rear garden measuring approximately 60' has a delightful paved side return which leads to a raised patio and wide Indian sandstone path edged with established flower and shrub borders featuring an Apricot tree, Hydrangea, Fuscia and Honeysuckle to name a few. A perfect setting for al-fresco dining on a warm summer evening overlooking a quiet oasis. The sophisticated studio/office room to the rear is fully insulated, with lighting, electrics, WI-FI, wooden flooring, double glazed windows and a cedar shingle roof.