A charming four-bedroom, two-storey, Victorian property in central East Molesey forming part of the old village conservation area and benefitting from a good size (72 x 42ft) established south facing rear garden.
Available for the first time in nearly 40 years. We are informed by the executor that Grant of Probate is received enabling the property to be sold with vacant possession from August 2022. Overall, it is a generous size plot, and it should be noted that the site formerly consisted of No. 22 & 24 Walton Road.
This intriguing character home retains a number of interesting features, and boasts particularly flexible ground floor accommodation with various vantage points opening out to the side and rear gardens. The house requires general modernisation and updating throughout, at the same time there is plenty of scope to enhance, extend or remodel, subject of course to the usual consents being obtained.
The accommodation is spread laterally over two levels with a total floor area extending to approximately 199 sqm / 2150 sqft.
The ground floor comprises a small entrance porch, which in turn, opens to a good size inner entrance hall - with skylight window - leading to a guest W.C with a deep coats cupboard next door. The two main reception rooms are generous in size, both featuring decorative cast-iron fireplaces and stained-glass side windows. Notable features are attractive 'stripped wood' double-doors between reception rooms and hallway providing a nice open feeling of space. There is a further reception room / study with patio doors opening out to the side garden. To complete the ground floor accommodation, there is a comfortable size kitchen / breakfast room to the rear with stable door to the garden, and adjacent to this is a sizeable utility / laundry room, again with stables doors to the side and rear gardens.
At first floor level the accommodation comprises master bedroom with ensuite shower room as well as built-in wardrobes and eaves storage. There are three further bedrooms (two with built-in wardrobes) all being served by an independent family bathroom. The bathroom contains a loft-hatch with access to the main roof void (not inspected).
Externally, the front garden is laid to a hard standing with comfortable off-street parking for three cars; this leads to a double garage with an electric up-and-over door. Facing the house to right there is gated side access. The rear garden boasts a sunny aspect (due south) and enjoys considerable privacy and seclusion. It is mainly lawned with brick paving adjacent to the house, and planted with mature plants, trees and shrubs, and water tap. The side courtyard garden has a further water tap, and provides access to the rear of garage. EPC E.
Location: The amenities of East Molesey High Street, and Bridge Road (known as Hampton Court Village) and Station are easily accessible with a great choice of independent shops, stores and eateries. There are many outstanding schools and nurseries nearby; The Orchard infant, St Albans Catholic primary and St Lawrence junior schools to name but a few, as well as many open spaces and parkland. The river Thames and the River Mole are also within walking distance with the Cricket and Rowling clubs accessed from the Thames towpath.