A delightful two double bedroom raised ground floor apartment with private parking, forming the main hall-floor of an elegant Victorian mansion house c.1891, newly converted in 2016 to provide outstanding period accommodation.
This imposing Victorian property consist of severn apartments, five of which use the main entrance, with broad stone steps leading up to an attractive covered storm porch with residents intercom. The communal entrance hall sets the tone of period charm, laid with traditional black & white tiles, reminiscent of the rich Victorian era. Flat 3 is conveniently located immediately on your left.
Inside the apartment, the entrance hall has a useful cloaks storage cupboard and with doors leading off to all rooms. Off to the right are two double bedrooms over looking the rear communal garden, the main bedroom with double aspect, with a tastefully appointed bathroom adjacent to. A stylish kitchen / living room is an impressive open space measuring a sizeable — 6.76m (22'2") x 4.56m (14' 12") with incredibly high ceilings 3.29m (10' 2") adorned with intricate plaster moulded cornicing and a decorative ceiling rose. Another notable feature is the original box bay window - a big enough space to accommodate a dining table and chairs - boasting wood paneling and working shutters.
The stylish kitchen is fitted with composite stone worktops and a range of integrated appliance. Other benefits include smart plantation shutters to all main windows, feature wall light points to main living space and wood style flooring throughout. It should also be noted that there are approximately 6 years remaining of an insurance backed building warranty in regards to conversion of the original building.
Location: Gloucester Road is a wide tree-lined road to the west of central Teddington. Broad Street leading to the High Street offers an amazing variety of independent shops, retailers, cafés, and restaurants with larger chains such as Waterstones, Pizza Express and Marks and Spencer. Royal Bushy Park is short walk away with pedestrian gates at Coleshill Road, Blandford Road and Laurel Avenue. Transport links are a plenty with excellent bus services nearby on Hampton Road and Stanley Road, with a choice of three train stations at Teddington, Strawberry Hill and Fulwell. For those with children there are a good selection of junior and infant schools as well as Waldegrave senior girls school recently voted one the best comprehensive schools in the country.
Tenure: The property is held on a long lease of approx. 121 years renaming.
Service charge: Payable at approx. £257 per month, including ground rent, buildings insurance and general maintenance and up keep of the building.