An attractive 1930's bay-fronted, three bedroom, semi-detached property situated in a convenient central East Molesey location enjoying an established rear garden, as well as driveway parking for two cars.
This lovely period property is presented in excellent decorative order, and provides flexible accommodation, especially to the ground floor, benefitting from a full width single storey rear extension arranged as second sitting room, overlooking the garden.
The accommodation further comprises an entrance porch, which in turn, opens to a hallway with an understairs cupboard and separate guest W.C., with basin. Immediately to your right is a warm and inviting front reception room with a seven pane bay window, an ornamental cast-iron fireplace with matching alcoves and shelving. The kitchen / dining room is a good size, laid with engineered oak flooring and enjoys a partial open-plan arrangement to the rear sitting room. The kitchen has plenty of storage and provides a Smeg five burner gas hob, Bosch oven, integrated dishwasher, washer/dryer, and space for a large fridge / freezer. There is good natural light to both rooms, mainly as a result of the triple Velux windows to the garden room.
Upstairs there is a good landing with a loft hatch. Please note these houses provide scope to convert the attic to a further bedroom and bathroom if required. This work is, of course, subject to the usual local authority consent being obtained. The main front bedroom provides a full wall of built-in wardrobe / storage and bay window, whilst the adjoining double next door includes a decorative ornamental fireplace and an original corner airing cupboard housing a recently installed Worcester combi boiler. The third bedroom is a good single, with a separate toilet off the landing, whilst the family bathroom is a fitted with a modern white suite.
Externally, the rear garden enjoys excellent privacy and seclusion with side access leading to a covered bin store area and water tap. The garden is hard landscaped with mature plants, trees and shrubs and a water irrigation system. There is a central water feature, timber shed, rear patio, and external lights. EPC D
Location: The property is located within a short walk of both East Molesey’s main High Street, plus Hampton Court Station, riverside, and the local village area known as Bridge Road. Here you will find atmospheric cafes and restaurants, as well as quality independent retailers and shops, including art galleries, antique shops, butcher, florist, and wine merchant to name but a few. Good school catchments. There are considerable green open spaces to enjoy such as Hurst Park, or just across the bridge in Royal Bushy or Home Park adjacent to the Thames and historic Hampton Court Palace.