£675,000 Under Offer

Gomer Place, Teddington

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Key Features

  • Central Teddington
  • Victorian | with scope
  • Quiet cul-de-sac 
  • 95' south facing gdn 
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Two reception rooms
  • Upstairs bathroom
  • Natural wood floorboards
  • Large cellar 
  • No onward chain

A charming two double bedroom Victorian terraced house tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac in central Teddington with an established 95' south facing garden and the advantage of a cellar - which is particularly unusual in a property of this nature.  

The accommodation comprises an entrance porch with inner door leading to a front reception which consists of a pretty cast iron fireplace (gas coal effect) with timber surround and slate hearth.  The rear reception / dining room provides french-doors with access to the side return.  This room, in turn, opens to an inner lobby with stable door to the left and opposite is useful guest cloakroom with W/C and sink.  A galley style kitchen provides double doors to the garden and comes with plenty of storage, gas hob, double oven and space for washing machine and fridge freezer.  To complete the ground floor an under-stairs cupboard with steps lead down to a good size cellar measuring 12' 10" x 11' 11" replicating the size of the dining room above with a head clearance of 5' 5" - currently providing useful storage - but with a tanking system it could be used as a more permanent space.    

Upstairs from a small half landing is access to two double bedrooms, the front bedroom is the bigger of the two rooms, with built-in wardrobe as well as an over-stairs storage cupboard housing the hot water cylinder.   The rear bedroom also provides excellent built-in wardrobe space, and there is a step down into a dependent bathroom with sunken bath and shower over. 

Additional features include natural wood floorboards and coving to both reception rooms and stripped wood doors to all main rooms.   

Externally there is small front garden with retainer wall, whilst the rear garden extends to nearly 100 feet in length - unusual for such a central location - benefiting from rear access into Gomer Gardens.  The rear garden is divided into four trellised sections with an array of established plants, trees, and shrubs as well as a pond / water feature in front of the patio adjacent to the house.  With an ever increasing demand to work from home there is ample opportunity to build a studio / cabin to the rear of the garden whilst still retaining a larger than average garden.  

Location: Gomer Place is a small cul-de-sac off Field Lane bordering the conservation area.  Teddington High Street with its popular independent shops, retailers and restaurants is only a few minutes' walk away, as is the mainline station with its regular service to Waterloo (approx. 35 mins). This property also falls within the catchment of Collis Primary School as well as other popular nurseries and junior schools.

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