£510,000 Under Offer

St. Johns Road, Hampton Wick, Kingston Upon Thames

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A delightful two bedroom ground floor Edwardian garden flat occupying a convenient side road location moments from Hampton Wick High Street and station, Royal Parks, and the amenities of Kingston with John Lewis and Waitrose on the doorstep.

Description: This attractive period property benefits from its own private entrance, is presented in excellent condition, and is full of character. A feature that is worthy of particular mention is the stunning 'walled' garden extensively planted with specimen flowers, trees and shrubs. The accommodation is well laid out with good ceiling heights and original character features include; wood floorboards, stripped doors and lovely French-doors from the sitting room giving direct access to a private garden. The kitchen / breakfast room is fitted with modern units including quartz stone worktop, a range of integrated appliances inc; dishwasher, washing machine, oven, gas hob and extractor.  Off the kitchen is a small lobby housing a tall fridge/freezer, wall-mounted combi boiler, and with door giving access to the side garden. Both bedrooms are doubles, the main bedroom features built-in alcove wardrobes and a small bay window overlooking a private front garden planted with climbing roses. A brand new timber framed double glazed window was installed in 2019, designed to match the original style of windows along the terrace. A FENSA certificate will be supplied.  The bathroom is a good size and features a modern suite including bath with step-in shower over, and also includes modern tiling and a heated towel radiator.    

Location:  St John's Road is located right in the heart of Hampton Wick, only moments from the station (35 mins to Waterloo) thriving Kingston Riverside and Home Park with many open acres of Royal Park Land connect to Hampton Court Palace along the Thames towpath.  Local amenities, restaurants, and retail shops are plentiful as are excellent schools and nurseries. 

Tenure:  Freehold. A peppercorn ground rent of £40 is collected annually from the upstairs maisonette.  We are informed the property holds a lease term of 168 years.  As per the terms of the lease each lessee is responsible for their part of the building. 

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