A beautifully presented three bedroom 'mid-century' townhouse on the highly popular Hurst Park Development close to the River Thames, with parking for two cars, in addition to a separate brick-built garage.
Offered for sale with NO ONWARD CHAIN, new carpets and freshly decorated, ready immediately for occupation.
This home occupies a nice tranquil position on the development with views towards Hurst Park and the river from each bedroom, front and rear. The three bedroom, two storey style homes are in shorter supply than the 'standard' three storey versions, and are well designed forming a staggered terrace for additional privacy. The front door is reached via a footpath - continue walking and you'll meet the Thames Towpath - whilst the rear enjoys road access where the garage and parking spaces are located. Owners of these houses quite often prefer to use the back as their 'every day' entrance.
The ground floor is bright, well presented and laid with engineered oak 'wide-board' flooring throughout. The accommodation comprises entrance hall with cloakroom/W.C., useful walk-in store/cupboard, and a further understair cupboard housing an updated gas central heating 'warm-air' boiler with summer vent & pollen filter. The front reception room would make a nice sitting room or work space with high-level feature window and sliding double-glazed door opening onto the private front garden. To the rear a is generous open-plan kitchen/dining/living room - measuring some 16' 6" x 15' 3" / 5.05 x 4.68m - with views and access over the garden. The modern kitchen provides granite worktops and includes a full range of appliances; American fridge/freezer with ice maker, double range cooker, dishwasher, washing machine and microwave.
Upstairs, there are three good size bedrooms (all three providing built-in wardrobes) and a modern fully tiled bathroom with separate shower over the bath. There is a useful linen storage cupboard on the landing with hatch providing access to loft storage area.
Outside, the front lawned garden is planted with established plants and trees, including a mature palm tree. The rear garden is fully decked with door to garage, updated fencing, and rear gate with external lighting leading to the parking spaces.
Location: The Hurst Park development was constructed by well respected house builder 'Wates' in the mid 1960s on a former racecourse. Hurst Park and a lovely stretch of the Thames towpath are within approx. 100 meters. East Molesey town centre (Walton Road) is approx. 0.75 miles away and provides excellent shops and amenities, whilst Hampton Court station and Bridge Road (known as Hampton Court Village) enjoys popular pavement cafes and restaurants and is located within 1 mile. A large Tesco Superstore with adjoining post office is within a short walking distance, and nearby bus services connect East and West Molesey, Walton, and Kingston.