£715,000 Sold Subject to Contract

High Street, Hampton Wick, Hampton Wick

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Key Features

  • Victorian Townhouse
  • Hampton / Wick Station (50 mts)
  • Original Character Features
  • Three / Four bedrooms
  • Kitchen / Diner
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Working Fireplaces
  • New Carpeting
  • South / West Facing GDN (60ft)
  • No Onward Chain

A charming three bedroom Victorian townhouse providing extremely flexible accommodation over three natural floors, and conveniently situated right in the heart of Hampton Wick, directly opposite the railway station with a swift service to Waterloo.


This interesting period property is deceptive in size and the overall floor space is simply not visible from the front elevation.  Most buyers will view the accommodation as a comfortable three bedroom property with generous reception space, including two independent receptions, in addition to a kitchen / diner leading onto the garden.  There are many original features including cast iron fireplaces to principle rooms, stripped and panelled doors with wide floorboards to the main reception room.  A modern bathroom is centred in the middle of the house, so easily accessible, and is fitted with stylish sanitaryware including feature lighting and separate shower cubicle.  


The lower ground floor is great space with a separate front reception / TV room with built-in cabinets and shelving.  A central shaker style-kitchen is well equipped with plenty of storage cupboards and black granite work-tops.  A special feature of this house is the smart breakfast / diner which is open plan to the kitchen and enjoys same level access to the garden . This room is designed with wood flooring and pitched glazed roof which generates good natural sun light.  Double doors lead onto a garden patio / terrace.  To complete the lower level is a useful store / laundry cupboard.  


Outside there is a south / west facing rear garden of good size for such a central location, over 60 feet in depth.  There is a brick garden store and useful side access.  EPC E.


Location:  Excellent train and bus connections are on the doorstep as are local shops, popular pubs and restaurants on the High Street.  For more comprehensive shopping and general amenities, Kingston Town centre is short stroll across the bridge with easy access to John Lewis and Waitrose.  There are many good schools in the immediate vicinity and a choice of Royal Parks for walking, cycling and running.

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