A recently refurbished three double bedroom, two bathroom, townhouse in a quiet cul-de-sac location with off-street parking, south facing garden, and only moments from the Thames towpath where beautiful stretches of The River Thames are found.
Forming part of the popular Hurst Park development, we understand that (No.1 to 7) Garrick Gardens were the first phase of houses released by Wates in the mid 1960s. These were billed as the premium style properties, being wider than their three-storey relatives, consequently designed with more practical and free-flowing accommodation, arranged naturally over two floors.
The ground floor consists of a new entrance porch with a useful built-in cloaks cupboard. An inner door leads to a good size kitchen/diner measuring approximately 21'x 11'. The kitchen area has been updated and remodelled to include a breakfast bar, and provides a new high level double oven with grill, induction hob with extractor over, as well as space for a washing machine and a large fridge/freezer. A wide opening from the dining area gives way to a sizeable double reception (two rooms into one) all laid with original, newly varnished, woodblock parquet flooring. The extended area features a skylight window, as well as a full expanse of glass with patio doors opening to the garden. The ground floor is complete with a smart and recently installed-fully tiled shower room with plumbing for washing machine and adjacent to this is a separate and highly useful walk-in pantry/store.
Upstairs, the first-floor landing and three double bedrooms are all newly carpeted, as well as built-in wardrobes in each bedroom. A luxurious newly appointed main bathroom is fully tiled and features smart double sink unit, shower over bath and heated towel rail. It should be noted that a new boiler and central heating system has been installed, whilst the attic provides additional storage and well as a pressurised mega-flow water tank.
A low maintenance walled rear garden enjoys excellent privacy and is laid with Indian sandstone and features attractive retainer flower beds to two sides. It is a real sun trap and is fitted with a remote 'fully extendable' awning for those seeking a little shade. There is also a small garden store, external lighting, water tap and rear gated access opening a small communal green. EPC C.
Location: Garrick Gardens, north of Hurst Road, leads directly to Hurst Park and the River Thames. A large Tesco superstore with post office is located nearby. The High Streets of West and East Molesey are easily accessible with many excellent shops, restaurants and retailers. Bus routes nearby connect the larger towns of Walton and Kingston, whilst the village area of Bridge Road and Hampton Court Station (zone 6) is approx. 1.4 miles away.