A delightful three bedroom former coach house set back from the road and standing in a generous plot — front garden depth approx. 55 ft / 17m including gravelled driveway parking for two large cars, in addition to a lawned garden, and a sizeable back garden measuring approx. 100 ft / 30m.
History: According to records found at the local authority by the current owners when they acquired the house in 1991, we understand that a Georgian Manor House (now demolished) once stood on the site of the neighbouring apartment building, Tabbard House. It is understood that the subject property was the coach house serving the manor house with a further stable-building projecting to the rear, evidenced by an original boundary wall extending along the left-flank of rear garden.
Accommodation: Upon approaching the property you are greeted by a pitched roof storm-porch with tessellated tiled floor and external light. The property is well maintained both internally and externally and boasts a traditional layout, reminiscent of a country cottage, with charming features on display such as decorative corbels to the entrance hall, tall ceilings (some with cornicing & picture rails), unassuming fireplaces to principle rooms and balustraded bannisters to first floor landing.
The ground floor accommodation comprises entrance hall with under-stairs cupboard, a good size front reception (currently set up as dining room) with deep bay window and an attractive fireplace with matching cabinets and alcove shelving. There is also a central kitchen / breakfast room with pretty built-in seat with storage, whilst to rear, a charming double aspect sitting room, again with fireplace, enjoys twin-doors out to the garden.
Upstairs, the accommodation consists of master bedroom (4.88 x 4.62m / 16' 0 x 15' 2) with full-width wardrobes and deep bay window (replicating the dining room below), two further double bedrooms, modern bathroom fitted with white suite, separate WC, and two independent laundry cupboards.
Externally the front is well planned with driveway parking, divided by a retainer wall and hedge, which in turn, provides a natural screen to ensure vehicles are obscured when looking out from the front reception room. The rear garden is planted with established trees and plants, flag-stone patio, and timber storage shed located at the rear of the garden, wide side access with locked side gate.
We anticipate early interest - so please book your viewing appointment without delay on 020 3875 3875 with sole agents Miles & Bird.
Location: The property is extremely well located within easy reach of Hampton Wick High Street and the mainline station with a direct and regular service to London Waterloo (approx. 35 mins). More comprehensive shopping, facilities and restaurants are available in the nearby town centres of Teddington and Kingston. John Lewis department store inc. Waitrose food hall are located just across the Bridge. The area is renowned for being close to a delightful stretch of the river Thames and the nearby open spaces of Langdon Park, Bushy Park, Home Park and the grounds of Hampton Court Palace, as well as within the catchment of highly rated local schools.