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Teddington
Guide Price £1,100,000 Freehold
  • 2
  • 4
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  • C

This substantial four bedroom 1930's terrace house offers a superb amount of space over three floors and has potential to extend even further. Located just a short walk away from Teddington High Street and Teddington Station. EPC rating C.

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Description

The spacious hallway has wood floors and leads to the extended open plan reception/dining room/kitchen with beautiful polished oak floors. The reception room has a bay window with plantation shutters and feature fireplace and the dining room offers built-in cupboards and shelves. The country-style kitchen boasts granite worktops, integrated dishwasher, induction hob and large fridge/freezer, space for a table and plenty of storage in the wood units. The kitchen is flooded with light through Velux windows and double doors which open onto to the 60ft garden. The landscaped garden is laid to lawn and benefits from a large detached studio measuring nearly 300sq ft.

On the first floor are two large double bedrooms, the front bedroom has a bay window. There is a smaller single bedroom and a family bathroom. On the second floor is a very spacious master bedroom with built-in cupboards, eaves storage and a large ensuite shower room also with access to eaves storage. The house also benefits from double glazing throughout.

Location

Situated moments away from Teddington High Street with its many independent boutiques, restaurants, coffee shops and various larger brands including Marks and Spencer, Tesco, Costa and Starbucks.

The 285, 33 and R68 bus stops are a short stroll away and give access to Richmond, Twickenham and Kingston. Teddington Station to Waterloo via Richmond and Kingston is just 10 minutes' walk. Bushy Park with its 1,100 acres of parkland is a 12 minute 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 St Mary's, the Lensbury Club and David Lloyd are all close at hand.

Local schooling for all ages is well catered for with Newlands House, The Mall, St Mary ’s and St Peter's, Stanley School, Collis, Waldegrave Girls and Teddington School. Teddington also has the walk-in Memorial Hospital which opens from 8am most days.

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