A spacious townhouse with versatile accommodation including driveway parking and integral garage, forming part of an award-winning Span Development by renowned architects Geoffrey Townsend and Eric Lyons.
Designated a conservation area, Mallard Place, is a riverside development consisting of apartments and houses on a secluded stretch of the Thames with incredibly well maintained and thoughtfully planned communal spaces. Residents also enjoy exclusive use of an outdoor heated swimming pool, beautiful lawned gardens alongside the Thames with a pontoon, and private moorings are available on a 10-year licence - please enquire for further details.
Internally the main living space is arranged mainly over the raised ground floor level, with internal access leading down a garage / utility room as well as a large bonus storage area (with restricted head height), aptly named as a 'man cave" by the current occupants. Doubtless there are various other permutations of use for this space.
The first floor provides master bedroom with en-suite shower room (currently set up as a playroom) with a good second double providing built-in wardrobes, as well a main family bathroom. The current occupants are using the loft room (second floor) as a third bedroom.
Externally there is a comfortable size garden with 'same-level' patio including brick plant retainer with steps down to the main garden area. There is useful rear access.
The property was comprehensively modernised in 2000 / 2001, but rented in recent years, so very much an opportunity for the incumbent to stamp their own mark. The guide price is sensible to factor general updating, accordingly we anticipate good early interest.
"The test of good housing is not whether it can be built easily, but whether it can be lived in easily"
- Eric Lyons.
Location: Mallard Place off Strawberry Vale is midway between Teddington and Twickenham High Streets with a vast array shops, restaurants and amenities. There are excellent transport links nearby with a dedicated R68 bus stop linking Richmond and Hampton Court, whilst Strawberry Hill train station connects to London Waterloo. Fast trains to London from Twickenham.