A delightful three bedroom Victorian semi-detached character property situated in a well regarded East Molesey Village side road, complimented by beautiful gardens, and a highly useful detached garden room / home office.
This charming, and extended period home, is presented in excellent decorative order and is absolutely full of character.
As you enter from the side entrance the front door leads into a small lobby, which in turn, opens to a middle reception room, currently set up as a family/sitting room. Off to the right is an inviting front room complete with a working exposed-brick fireplace, recessed shelving and bespoke cabinetry, and a double-glazed bow window fitted with attractive plantation blinds / shutters.
The middle reception enjoys a good feeling of space with an open area below the staircase and flows naturally into a fabulous kitchen / diner with triple Velux windows and 'full-width' tri-fold doors opening to the garden. The kitchen / diner is incredibly well designed with integrated appliances, and includes a central island with quartz work-tops and a Belfast sink. There is plenty of storage as well as space for a large six burner range cooker and American style fridge freezer. To complete the ground floor there is a guest cloakroom W.C., with shelving and medicine cabinet.
Upstairs from the first-floor landing is access to a loft hatch with pull-down loft ladder to a boarded loft space with excellent storage. The main bedroom (front aspect) with plantation shutters is complete with a fitted alcove wardrobe and a pretty cast-iron fireplace. The second bedroom is also a double with access to an over stairs cupboard / wardrobe. At the end of the landing is a good size bedroom overlooking the garden. To complete the first floor there is a Victoriana style bathroom with skylight window. The period-style suite includes a roll top bath with a separate rain shower over the bath.
Externally, the rear garden enjoys modern landscaping with flagstone patio adjacent to the kitchen doors, the remainder being lawned with sleeper / planter borders. There is gated side access, timber storage, external lights and water. At the end of the garden is a fully insulated shiplap boarded garden cabin / home office with wood-style flooring, power, light and aluminium powder coated sliding door looking down the garden. The front garden is enclosed by a white picket fence, established planting (including a lovely creeping rose on the flank wall of the house over the entrance) and feature patio. Beside the front door is a is a useful covered area for bike storage. EPC D.
Location: Hurst Lane is a residential side street within a short walking distance 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, two Royal Parks (Bushy and Home) and Molesey Heath nature reserve.