Introducing this charming semi-detached character property situated in a highly coveted tree-lined road on the East/West Molesey border complemented by a beautifully established west facing garden and driveway parking.
This delightful late Victorian family home is well presented throughout and effortlessly marries classic elegance with a modern interior; all beautifully off-set against a back drop of both contemporary and traditional colour palettes. Wonderful period features are on display with high ceilings, stripped wood doors, decorative cast iron fireplaces and original picture sash windows.
The ground floor is traditionally configured with side entrance hall, and opens into two elegant reception rooms. The front sitting room is a showstopper with its splay bay window and a captivating feature fireplace centered around matching alcove cabinetry and blended floating shelves. White oak flooring flows seamlessly into the dining room, again boasting another charming fireplace - replicating the cast iron design in the sitting room - and also provides a useful understairs cupboard.
The stylish kitchen and separate utility room provide a welcoming space for culinary creativity, adorned with sleek grey units and 'narrow profile' white quartz worktops. Again, the colour tones carry well against the quarry tiled floor, and two distinctive windows overlook the side garden. There is garden access from the utility, and to complete the ground floor accommodation, there is a separate and highly practical guest cloakroom/W.C fitted with a period-style hand basin.
Upstairs, additional day light is generated on the landing from a 'tunnel' skylight, where you will also find loft access via fitted pull-down ladder. The attic is boarded for storage. The principal bedroom is a good size, another elegant space, with feature fireplace and two original built-in cupboards. Two further bedrooms are complimented by a tastefully appointed bathroom featuring a shower over the bath and an industrial style pendant lamp.
Outside, a fabulous 70ft west-facing rear garden is a true haven for green thumbs that will delight any gardener. Extensively planted with mature plants and trees (Olive trees, Silver Birch, Fig tree, climbing roses to name but a few). In addition, there is a useful tool / bike shed well screened to the rear, where a further adjacent area would make the perfect home allotment space or alternatively to house a garden pod (Home Office / Gym / Retreat) - popular options in recent times.
This property comes to market with the added benefit of no onward chain, ensuring a smooth and swift transaction.
Location: Nightingale Road is a popular residential neighbourhood in the heart of Molesey - where classic Victorian architecture adorns both sides of the street. The main East Molesey High Road (Walton Road) is nearby with excellent local amenities, shops & restaurants and Tesco supermarket (0.2 miles). Bridge Road, known locally as Hampton Court Village, has renown independent retailers, cafes and restaurants, as well as Hampton Court Station (0.8 miles) providing regular trains into London Waterloo from 33 minutes. Direct road links via the nearby A3, M3 and M25 make for easy access to London’s airports. Recreational facilities are plentiful including East Molesey Cricket and Boat Clubs, both found on Thames towpath. Historic Hampton Court Palace attracts visitors from around the world, and Bushy Park and Hurst Park are beautiful open spaces for walking, jogging and cycling. Elmbridge Borough is also popular with families as it provides superb schooling options, including nearby St. Albans Catholic Primary School awarded best performing junior school by surrey county in recent years.