A charming three bedroom end of terrace Victorian property, with planning permission to extend, situated in a quiet 'tree-lined' side road in a popular part of Teddington known as the "royal roads".
This lovely period property retains a number of original features with a loft conversion to provide three bedroom, two bathroom, accommodation arranged over three floors. On the ground floor there is a bright open plan double reception room forming distinct living and dining areas; the living area enjoys a bay window fitted with attractive plantation shutters, whilst the dining area features double french doors to the rear garden. To complete the ground floor there is a well equipped double aspect kitchen / breakfast room which is partly extended with glazed roof and access to the garden.
To the first floor there is a split level landing with access to two good double bedrooms, on the lower landing a larger than average family bathroom with cast iron bath having separate shower over. At second floor level, a converted loft provides a large double bedroom with Juliette balcony, access to eaves storage and an ensuite shower room. Further benefits include fully refurbished timber framed sash windows and a pretty rear garden with established plants trees and shrubs, and useful side access.
It is a comfortable three bedroom home in its current shape and form, however, the property has the added advantage of having planning permission granted to expand across the ground, first and second floor which will significantly enhance the overall and useable floor space. Full plans can be found on the richmond.gov
planning portal - Ref 15/3039/HOT.
Location: A popular and quiet side road to the west of central Teddington. Royal Bushy Park is close by with access to many open acres parkland, whilst the independent cafes, shops and restaurants of Broad Street / Teddington High Street are easily accessible, as too is the mainline station with access to London Waterloo in approx 35 mins. The area supports many high performing schools to include Stanley, St. Mary's and St. Peters, and St. James's primary schools, along with Waldegrave senior school for girls.