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Guide Price £749,950 Freehold
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This fabulous 3 double bedroom Victorian terraced house with 2 reception rooms has been extended and completely refurbished to a high standard by the current owner. Located 10 minutes walk to Teddington High Street and 12 minutes walk to Teddington Station. EPC rating C.

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This fabulous house has been extended and completely refurbished to a high standard by the current owner with new electrics, plumbing and heating. It now offers over 1,100sq ft of flexible living space and you really can just move in and enjoy this wonderful family home.

On the ground floor there is a lovely front snug room with period fireplace and square bay window. The house boasts a wealth of period features including ceiling roses and coving that have been retained throughout. There is understairs storage with potential for a cloakroom as it is already plumbed. There is also a sensor front entrance light.

The modern family kitchen has all integrated appliances, wood countertops, lots of storage in the low-level and eye-level cream units, and a central island with breakfast bar. The flexible space is divided into kitchen, dining space and living space and is perfect for modern family living. Features include real wooden floor, LED lights, sensor lights under counter and plinth lights, an exposed brick wall, Network/Telephone and TV cabling throughout. There are sliding doors to the pretty garden which is maintenance-free with water and power points, flower beds on each side and space for a shed. The back gate leads to an alley for access and disposing of garden rubbish.

On the first floor the two large double bedrooms have ample storage with sliding doors and plush new carpets. The family bathroom has integrated shower and bath, under-floor heating and sensor lights. On the second floor is a the spacious and bright master suite which occupies the whole second floor and has plenty of eaves storage. There is a large and luxurious bathroom with separate bath and shower enclosure, under-floor heating, skylight and sensor lights. There are also sensor lights in the corridor and stairs.


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, Dickens and Jones 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 35 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.

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.