A traditional 1930s three bedroom semi-detached family home occupying a corner position, boasting a 90ft frontage with a generous garden which includes driveway parking for three cars, detached garage, and a separate garden office / storage.
Internally the property requires some updating allowing the incumbent plenty of scope to enhance and improve generally, as well as space to extend to the side or within the roof space, if desired. The latter would, of course, require local authority consents.
The accommodation comprises an entrance porch including a cloakroom fitted with a modern suite. An inner door leads to the entrance hall (with under stair storage) which, in turn, opens to a kitchen with door to the rear garden. To complete the ground floor there is a through reception room consisting of a front sitting room with bay window, and a dining room with twin doors giving access to the rear garden.
Upstairs the landing provides access to three bedrooms (two doubles and a single) and the bathroom.
Internal features include picture rails and stripped doors with original 1930s door furniture. Windows and external doors are double glazed, and there is also gas central heating.
Externally, due to the shape of the plot, there is a private rear garden with small lawn and side borders. The large front / side garden enjoys superb privacy and seclusion, due to a tall Leylandii hedge, and is complemented by immaculate lawns, and planted with an array of established plants, trees and shrubs incl. a Cercidiphyllum (aka Caramel Tree), mature apple tree and various flowering climbers such as roses and clematises. There is an automatic water irrigation system (pending reconnection). The garage and garden office both have power, and there is also a greenhouse and separate tool shed. EPC E
Location: The property is situated on a wide corner position of Down Street and Island Farm Road. Locally shops in West and East Molesey are easily accessible as well as good schools, library, bus stops and Molesey Heath nature reserve. Hampton Court Station (TFL zone 6) and Bridge Road with its bustling cafés, restaurants, and antique shops is slightly further away, but accessible by car, cycle and bus as well as on foot. Equidistant is Hersham Station with fast trains to London and the west. Nearby bus routes connect with Kingston, Walton on Thames and Chertsey.