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Guide Price £825,000 (Freehold)
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A superbly presented and spacious Victorian property. This wonderful 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom, family home is presented in excellent condition with off street parking. Situated only 10 minutes' walk to Teddington High Street with its vast array of restaurants as well as Teddington Station with trains to Waterloo. Within catchment of the highly regarded Ofsted outstanding St Mary s and St Peter s Primary as well as Turing House and Waldegrave schools. EPC C.

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Wonderfully located and full of space and character, this lovely four bedroom, two bathroom, family home is presented in excellent condition and effortlessly balances modern and contemporary style to create a home of unquestionable distinction. The accommodation comprises of entrance hallway leading to a through lounge and dining area with original floorboards and period fireplaces, which is linked to a beautifully fully fitted kitchen with appliances, overlooking a well maintained south-facing back garden with brick-built shed/workshop and rear access.

To the first floor there are two double bedrooms, one single bedroom and a fully fitted family bathroom with free standing roll top bath. A bright and spacious master bedroom with eaves storage and Juliet balcony overlooking the garden dominates the second floor. There is a further modern shower room with rain shower and w/c and separate home office, nursery or utility room, all elegantly presented in this beautiful spacious family home.

*Off street parking


For shopping heaven take yourself by bus or train to nearby Kingston upon Thames or Richmond, between them offering department stores including John Lewis, MandS, House of Fraser and Bentalls, as well as an extensive selection of chain stores and independent retailers. Kingston also has its own market square, open for trading Mondays to Saturdays. After dusk both towns become vibrant destinations for an exciting nightlife with a mix of clubs, riverside pubs, restaurants and theatres, playing host to entertainment from plays to live music and stand up comedy. For local entertainment, Teddington Riverside and High Street offers an eclectic mix of fine dining restaurants and quality gastro pubs. When the West End beckons you can relax in the knowledge that you ’re just a 37 minute journey away from London Waterloo from nearby Teddington station, putting not just access to Central London at your feet but the wider world too, with easy connections to St Pancras for Eurostar. Road links to the capital are also excellent. The A316/M3 is accessible at Twickenham, providing access to West London or the A3 beyond Hampton Court or Kingston taking you to South London. Heathrow Airport is just a 25-minute drive away.

Bushy Park with its 1,100 acres of parkland is 10 minutes walk away and is excellent for walking, cycling and running. It also hosts the local cricket, football and rugby clubs. The library in Waldegrave Road and local sports centres including Lensbury, St Mary ’s and David Lloyd are all close at hand. Local schooling for all ages is well catered for with St Mary's and St Peter's, Stanley School, Newlands House, The Mall, Waldegrave Girls and Teddington School to name but a few. Teddington also has the walk-in Memorial Hospital which opens from 8am most days.