A modern three-bedroom detached house situated in a quiet cul-de-sac location (London Borough of Richmond) with a sunny south west facing rear garden and the advantage of driveway parking leading to an attached garage.
The current owners have resided at the property for over 32 years; it has been well maintained during their tenure and includes double glazed windows, gas central heating with an updated boiler, and smart wooden concertina shutters furnishing principal windows. The property has been extended to the rear at ground floor level to provide extremely flexible reception space with views and access to the garden.
A front pathway leads to a recessed porch concealing an integrated bin store, which houses a dual-fuel metre. The accommodation comprises a central entrance hall with cloaks cupboard, immediately off to the left is the kitchen, and opposite this, you will find a highly useful utility room including WC, wash basin, and wall-mounted boiler. The main reception room is good size, measuring some (18' x 12' | 5.4 x 3.7m). This in turn opens to a comfortable dining room with window and a sliding patio door to the garden. To complete the ground floor accommodation there is a useful study with window overlooking the garden as well as an internal door to the garage - making this a highly practical space for an artist or craftsperson.
Upstairs on the first-floor landing is access to an airing cupboard as well as a hatch with pull-down-ladder to the attic. There are three bedrooms (two doubles and a good single) the two main rooms both have built-in wardrobes. The bathroom was updated approximately three years ago to provide a modern white suite with a large walk-in shower, W.C, sink and heated towel radiator.
Externally there is a mature front garden with side access, including a rockery with herb garden, driveway providing off-street parking, and garage with up-and-over door. It should be noted there is a useful loft area over the garage with fitted aluminium ladder and further trap-door giving way to a second attic storage area sitting above the study. The sunny rear garden is especially private and secluded with a well-tended leylandii to the rear boundary. There are two patios and a central pond with established plants, tree and shrubs.
Location: Morland Close forms part of the popular Nurseryland development. The property is tucked away at the end of the cul-de-sac (third turning on the left). The local area has excellent schooling options, and there is Sainsbury food store and Boots Chemist just a short walk away. Hampton mainline station and village is just under a mile away (0.9m) with a good train service to London Waterloo.