£900,000 For Sale

Creek Cottages, East Molesey

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Key Features

  • Hampton Ct Station 200 mts
  • Riverside 300 mts
  • Character Property
  • Conservation Area
  • Three Double Bedrooms
  • Dressing Room and Ensuite
  • Two Independent Receptions
  • Large Kitchen / Diner
  • Wood Burning Stoves
  • Informal Parking / Two Cars

A most appealing 'triple fronted' Victorian property tucked away in the heart of Hampton Court moments from the mainline station, beautiful Riverside and the vibrant village atmosphere of Bridge Road.

This delightful period property is centrally located within a protected Conservation Area, formerly two separate cottages built c.1865 and 1875, now combined and remodelled to form a single end of terrace dwelling. Approached via a pretty courtyard garden the front elevation brickwork is decorative and features attractive "London stocks" and "red brick" soldier courses.

The entire property is full of character with lateral accommodation arranged over two floors.  The ground floor comprises two good size independent reception rooms, both providing fireplaces with wood burning stoves, and to the rear, a decent size kitchen / diner with seating space for 10 people.  The dining area also features an exposed (original) brick and timber wall for a rustic effect, along with a 'studio style' vaulted glass roof for additional light.  There is also a useful utility / larder cupboard housing the boiler and space for a further fridge.  To complete the ground floor a charming study / lobby has French doors to the courtyard and bi-fold door to a guest cloakroom with W.C and inset wash basin.

At first floor level (left side) are two double bedrooms both with original 'back-plate' fireplaces, the front bedroom with over stairs wardrobe / cupboard, both rooms being serviced by a modern bathroom with white suite and Jacuzzi bath / shower.  To the (right side) the main bedroom features a lovely fireplace with surround and mantle, leading to a dressing room, fitted with hanging and shelving compartments, and in turn leads to modern shower room, with classic 'black and white' theme tiling.        

Externally the front garden is laid with traditional flagstones, and offers surprisingly good privacy for such a central location, enclosed by high fencing and trellising with established climbers, trees and shrubs.  In addition, there are two external twin power points, water tap and corner shed.  There is informal parking at the front of the property for 2 cars.

Location:  The property can be reached by a small vehicular lane off Creek Road and is also accessible by foot passage to the thriving Bridge Road conservation area that is extremely well served by an excellent choice of cafes, bars and restaurants.  Culturally it's a fascinating location with interesting boutique shops, art galleries and antique shops and only short stroll to the lovely Riverbank towpath passing Molesey Lock, towards the rowing and cricket clubs.  Hampton Court mainline station is within 200 mts, and Hampton Court Palace and Bushy Park are just across Hampton Court bridge.


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