A well presented 1950s three-bedroomed detached house enjoying a secluded road position with substantial gardens offering significant potential for extension and benefitting from driveway parking for at least two cars. Offered with no onward chain.
This charming period property provides well balanced accommodation arranged naturally over two floors, but also provides considerable scope to extend and remodel if further space is required. The large side garden would also easily accommodate an outdoor garden room / studio / home office or a garage, whilst still be left with a comparatively better sized garden than typical plots.
The ground floor comprises a good size entrance hall - with under stairs cupboard - and is laid with flagstone tiled flooring extending throughout most of the ground floor. Off to the right is an inviting sitting room overlooking the front garden, featuring an attractive cast-iron fireplace with painted wood mantelpiece and surround. Opposite the sitting room is a spacious four-seasons conservatory with heating, which in turn provides double doors opening out onto recently laid garden decking, making the most of a particularly sunny and secluded spot in the large garden. The kitchen / diner is a good size with breakfast bar to a central kitchen unit and with plenty of space to accommodate a large dining table and chairs. To complete the ground floor there is a further flexible reception room- which would make a nice office/playroom - with doors out to a west facing paved rear garden lovely for al fresco dining.
The first floor provides landing with side window, and ceiling hatch giving way to a good loft space, part-boarded, with pull-down-ladder. There are three bedrooms (two doubles and a single) the single room currently set up as a home office, all bedrooms supported by a modern bathroom with white suite including a separate rain shower over the bath. There are built-in wardrobes to two of the three bedrooms with an alcove space in the main bedroom for a wardrobe.
Externally, the gardens enjoy excellent privacy and seclusion sitting behind tall evergreen hedges and boundary fencing with two mature leylandii trees to the front. The house is not overlooked from any side. The side garden faces due south whilst the paved rear garden is due west.
Location: Side road location within easy reach of East Molesey High Street (Walton Road), Hampton Court Railway Station & Village (Bridge Road) and beautiful riverside. The local area has extensive local amenities, enjoys superb schooling options, as well as many open acres of parkland and green open space found in Hurst Park alongside the Thames towpath (at the end of Hurst Lane), and two Royal Parks namely; Bushy and Home Park. The Pavillion sports club is popular and is just 2 minutes away, the community run Vine Hall is just across the road and Hurst pool is also within short walking distance. The area benefits from superb schooling options with St. Lawrence, St. Albans, and The Orchard within a short walk, and all of Molesey’s schools rating Good or Outstanding. EPC D