Architect's plans are available, these provide alternative ground floor layouts (which would still retain a substantial garden), and also demonstrate the ability add a third bedroom and second bathroom with loft conversion if desired. Given current relaxed planning rules, it is highly likely this work would be consented under permitted development, but local authority consent will of course be required.
A noteworthy feature of this property is its popular location tucked away in a cul-de-sac position over looking attractive period houses, and a very private rear outlook backing onto a little community Orchard. In fact there is a rear gate with beaten pathway leading directly to the little orchard, almost like a secret pathway - how lovely for children. Electrics for a garden room have been installed which, subject to regulations, would be a way to add interior space without the need for planning permission.
Externally the front garden is enclosed by picket fence, whilst the rear garden is of south / easterly aspect and a comparatively good size measuring approximately 60 feet in length.
Location: This local enclave is highly prized by local residents who are rather proud of the community spirit - highlighted by the success of the little orchard at the end of School House Lane (also a pathway leading from Bushy Park Road). This is an area for locals that hosts an annual summer party, Christmas Carols, and an area for children to play in. Catchment for Collis, Sacred Heart and Hampton Wick primary schools and Teddington senior school on Broom Road.