An attractive late 1920s bay fronted semi-detached family home with delightful gardens front and rear, extensive driveway parking for three / four cars, in addition to a large, attached garage including a recessed workspace.
Occupying an expansive corner position (Park Way with Hurst Lane), the property boasts a lovely green and leafy front outlook with views to Hurst Park. There is already plenty of space, as the property has been extended over the years to provide a generous internal floor area of 168 sqm, over 1,800 sqft (inc. garage and loft room). However, there is further scope to extend or remodel the accommodation if necessary. Please see architect STPP report, available on request.
Internally, the property displays many original features to include stripped and varnished floorboards, panel doors, dado and picture rails, as well as distinctive French style fireplaces to the two main living rooms. The accommodation comprises storm porch with hardwood front door having stained and leaded glass windows, leading to a good size entrance hall with understairs storage cupboards. There are two large independent reception rooms separated by interconnecting double doors: the front room with 'five pane' bay window and a middle reception room, currently set up as a dining/family room, opens to an 'all seasons' conservatory which, in turn, has views and access to the garden. The kitchen has a small breakfast room extension and a side door leading to a useful utility room with internal access to the garage, and also a separate downstairs shower room.
Upstairs provides three bedrooms (two doubles with built-in wardrobes and a good single), modern shower room and a separate W.C. From the landing are fixed timber stairs leading to an incredibly useful loft room, currently set up as a craft room / workspace with twin Velux windows. Most of the external doors and windows are double glazed, and gas central heating is operated by a recent installed Baxi Boiler (2018/19).
Externally the gardens are beautifully established, planted with a variety of specimen plants, trees and shrubs. The front garden has a well-maintained lawn with central pathway whilst the paved driveway provides ample private off-road parking behind double gates. The double size garage with electric 'up-and-over' door provides roof/void storage. There is also a recessed area with workbench and door to garden. The rear garden has a large side / rear patio, central lawn with a further raised hard-landscaped terrace to the rear, sheltered by a lovely Persian silk tree, and there are also two lovely Acer trees. EPC D.
Location: Located within easy reach of East Molesey High Street, Hampton Court Railway Station & Village. The local area has an abundance of local amenities, enjoys superb schooling options as well as many open acres of parkland found in Hurst Park (just across the road), two Royal Parks (Bushy and Home) and Molesey Heath nature reserve. The Pavilion sports club is a short stroll away and The Hurst Pool is also within short walking distance.