A substantial 1938 built, five bedroom, two bathroom, semi-detached family home with huge scope to improve, benefitting from driveway parking, double length integral garage and a generous garden measuring approximately 65ft in length.
Available for the first time in over 50 years, the property requires comprehensive refurbishment throughout, presenting an ideal opportunity for those wanting a project. It is already a good size house; a two storey side extension was built over the garage in the late 1970s. This adding two further bedrooms and a bathroom; the total floor area (inc. garage) now extends to a comfortable 171 sqm / 1,840 sqft. There is, however, plenty of scope to remodel the interior (particularly the garage area), extend to the rear, or indeed add further bedroom and bathroom within the roof space. Accordingly, a local architect has inspected the property to produce a subject to planning permission (STPP) report, available upon request.
The accommodation is arranged laterally over two floors. The ground floor comprises a good size entrance hall, two large independent reception rooms, kitchen, and an inner corridor giving way to the garden and garage. Upstairs provides four double bedrooms supported by two bathrooms, and a fifth singe bedroom (or study) with ornamental front aspect balcony.
Externally the front and rear gardens are both a good size with a front driveway currently providing off-street parking for one car. EPC E.
Location: Robin Hood Lane is a wide tree-lined residential street within close proximity to Richmond Park and Wimbledon Common. The property enjoys easy access to Kingston town centre with its excellent shopping facilities, whilst the nearby A3 provides fast road connections to Central London, Gatwick and Heathrow airports via the M25 motorway. Train stations at Norbiton and Putney provide frequent services to London Waterloo with its underground links throughout the City. The immediate area offers a wide range of recreational facilities including three golf courses, tennis and squash clubs. Richmond Park, within a few minutes’ walk is an area of outstanding beauty with a picturesque setting in which to picnic, go horse riding, jogging or just take a leisurely walk. Theatres at Richmond and Wimbledon are also popular alternatives to the West End together with an excellent choice of restaurants.