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More about this property

100 ft mature rear garden

Substantial plot

Building of Townscape Merit

Overlooking Bushy Park and allotments

Versatile internal space

Three/four bedrooms

Three reception rooms + study

10 minutes' walk to Kingston

3D virtual tour available

EPC Rating D

Council Tax Band G

Freehold

A rare opportunity has arisen to purchase this handsome double fronted, detached house of Townscape Merit in sought after Hampton Wick. With three/four bedrooms, three reception rooms and 2.5 bathrooms, it boasts a large lovingly tended 100ft rear garden and approximately 2,500 square feet of internal accommodation.

The property is located in Hampton Wick's conservation area overlooking Bushy Park, a stone's throw away. It is a 10 minutes walk to Kingston upon Thames and half an hour by train from Central London.

The vendors have informed us that General Eisenhower, Supreme Allied Commander during WW2, is rumoured to have visited the property while planning the Normandy landings.

The charming accommodation is arranged over three floors and briefly comprises: entrance hall with stairs to first floor, a double aspect sitting room with attractive period fireplace, fitted shelves and cabinets and original exposed floorboards, a second reception room originally used as a dining room, with bay window, period fireplace and shelves to alcove, a breakfast room/kitchen with dining area, fitted wall and base units, granite worktops, a range of appliances, walk-in larder, a ground floor w.c., utility room with door leading to the side passage, conservatory with French windows leading onto the garden, providing an ideal entertaining space.

To the first floor there is a split landing illuminated by two sky lights and providing access to the loft which is boarded with light and ladder, a double aspect principle bedroom with two sets of fitted wardrobes in the dressing area, an en-suite shower room with a fitted vanity unit with sink, w.c. and a shower cubicle, a second large double bedroom with bay window, fitted wardrobes to alcoves, a third double bedroom with period fireplace and built-in wardrobes, and finally an impressive family bathroom, with a large fitted bath, separate shower cubicle, vanity sink and w.c. A large window overlooks the garden and there is attractive Italian marble tiling with underfloor heating.

To the lower ground level there are two further rooms comprising the den/guest room and finally a cosy study with fireplace.

Externally there is a raised terrace area flowing from the kitchen and conservatory with decking providing an enjoyable outside dining space. This leads down onto a lovingly maintained, mature English country garden with sunny aspect. It is well stocked with flowers, shrubs and trees including fruit trees, garden shed and greenhouse - convenient side access leads to the front of the property.

On-street resident's parking is available with a Hampton Wick zone X parking permit. The property benefits from gas fired central heating with a newly installed Worcester Bosch boiler.

The property is in a unique location with parks, the river, shops, buses and trains all less than 10 minutes away - Kingston riverside and town centre hosts a variety of shops and leisure activities including a Waitrose, M&S and John Lewis. Hampton Wick High Street is also on hand with a range of local shops, Post Office and amenities and Hampton Wick train station has services to London Waterloo in approximately 30-35 minutes. Teddington High Street is also nearby offering a range of independent shops, cafes and restaurants. Outstanding schools are also located in the area.

This property offers an exciting opportunity to purchase a family home of great character, set in a substantial plot with a beautiful rear garden. Viewing comes highly recommended.

EPC: D. Richmond Borough Council Tax Band: G.

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IMPORTANT NOTICE

Descriptions of the property are subjective and are used in good faith as an opinion and NOT as a statement of fact. Please make further specific enquires to ensure that our descriptions are likely to match any expectations you may have of the property. We have not tested any services, systems or appliances at this property. We strongly recommend that all the information we provide be verified by you on inspection, and by your Surveyor and Conveyancer.