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New Malden
Guide Price £900,000 (Freehold)
  • 2
  • 4
  • 1
  • E

This 4 bedroom detached family home was built in the 1920s and is in a popular tree-lined residential avenue, within easy reach of New Malden s many amenities. Having a sense of space throughout, future potential, subject to planning, and a glorious mature rear garden.

EPC Rating E

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An eye-catching and inspiring character home from the 1920s period, having well-balanced accommodation and many features dating back to its past era.

The door opens into a roomy and welcoming reception hall and at the front there is a large living room with a sweeping bay window, a separate dining room with double doors onto the garden and a large kitchen/breakfast room, the perfect size for today ’s family needs. From here there is also a guest cloakroom and a door to the garden.

Upstairs there are 4 bedrooms, 3 of which have fitted wardrobes and the family bathroom with a coloured suite that includes a separate shower cubicle and a corner bath.

Subject to planning permission, there is space to extend this property whilst in the process of upgrading the interior.

  • 4 bedroom detached family home
  • 2 separate reception rooms
  • Large kitchen/breakfast room
  • 90ft mature rear garden
  • Potential to extend, subject to planning
  • Convenient for local shops and High Street

Garden and Exterior

The property has a large mature rear garden, with many established plants and trees, giving privacy and seclusion throughout the seasons, as well as that much needed splash of colour. The garden extends to about 90ft and there is a garage to the side of the house, in front of which there is off-street parking and the front garden.


There are a number of local shops along South Lane, but for more comprehensive facilities New Malden High Street is just a short distance away, where there is a Waitrose supermarket, Tudor Williams independent department store and many cafés ’ restaurants and retail outlets. There are several schools in the area for children of all ages and many sporting facilities. Around the corner from the property there is the Green Lane recreation park with its children ’s play area with plenty of room for children to run amok.