A charming end of terrace property tucked away in a discreet Hampton Village location only a short stroll from the river Thames, benefiting from private parking & garage and the advantage of a 'walled' side garden lending itself to further expansion (stpp).
Forming the end of a terrace of four houses this property enjoys a particulalry private and secluded corner position being well screened by established evergreen trees. The terrace of four houses are set well back from Thames Street and are reached via a gravelled driveway thats sits adjacent to the beautiful Old Fire Sation building (now converted in to smart offices). Residents of the houses enjoy private lock-up garages with parking spaces in front.
When approaching the house a deep front garden displays neat boxed-hedging along the pathway leading to the front door with useful side access. Inside the ground floor accommodation consists of a sociable open-plan arrangement with a through longe-dining room. The dining area is also partially open to kitchen. Original parquet flooring is found to the entrance hall and through recption, which is still in good condition. To complete the ground floor space, a full width conservatory is being used by the current owner as an artist's studio.
Upstairs there is an airing cupboard of the landing with an attractive arched side window, and you will find two good size double bedrooms and white bathroom suite with separate shower over the bath. Outside, the front, side and rear gardens are well maintained, mainly hard landscaped with patio areas. The left boundary is walled and includes a small brick store.
There is scope to modernise this property and for those buyers seeking a project to take on with a goal of implementing their own design ideas, then this could be the perfect opportunity. There is side garden area that would easily accommodate a small ground floor extension and potentially a first floor addition as well, if necessary. This work would of course be subject to the required consents being obtained.
Location: Hampton Village is full of history and character with a beautiful stretch of the River Thames nearby. There you will find David Garricks Temple to Shakespeare. Shops, cafes and restaurants are located close by in Station Road (off the High Street) leading down to the mainline Station. A Waitrose supermarket is located opposite the junction of Station and Percy Road. By car A308 leads down to Sunbury where the A316 / M3 meet. These roads connect the city centre in one direction, and the M25 / Heathrow Airport in the other.