This lovely home has all the right attributes for a growing family, set in large mature gardens within a sought after quiet residential road overlooking a central green. Substantial improvements have been made over the years including updating of the wiring, central heating system and the addition of a two-storey rear extension in 1995, providing a dining room, enlargement of the kitchen with an adjoining utility room, two double bedrooms over and the addition of a double garage with workshop behind. The reception hall makes a welcoming entrance with a useful guest cloakroom. The light and spacious living room retains its open brick fireplace that is fitted with a gas/coal effect fire. This flows through into the dining area that overlooks and has French doors opening onto the garden. A further set of glazed doors lead into the kitchen/breakfast, which is comprehensively fitted with a range of contemporary style white fronted units with contrasting work surfaces inset with a gas hob, a stylish cooker hood over and a separate electric oven and combination microwave. In addition, there is provision for an American style fridge/freezer, dishwasher and space for a breakfast table. The adjoining utility room has ample storage, plumbing for laundry appliances and a door onto the garden. To the front of the kitchen, a pair of glazed doors open into a further dining room/study with a lovely wood block flooring.
To the first floor are three double bedrooms all with under floor heating, the generously sized master bedroom runs the full width to the front of the property and is divided into two areas with a dressing area adjoining the luxuriously appointed en-suite bathroom, which is fitted with a 5-piece suite incorporating a spa bath and separate shower cubical. To the rear are two further double bedrooms that share the family shower room, which has been fitted to a similar high standard with a modern white suite. Council Tax: Band F
- Prime position within one of the villages most sought after roads
- 3 Reception rooms
- Large kitchen/breakfast room
- Separate utility room
- 3 Double bedrooms
- Luxuriously appointed en-suite bathroom
- Beautifully appointed family shower room
- Large garden
- Double garage with workshop behind
- Useful garden outbuildings
- Ample parking
- Good decorative order throughout
- Immediate possession
Garden and Exterior
Front Garden: The paved front garden is set behind brick walling and wrought iron railings with electric double gates, giving access to a double width garage that has twin electric roller doors to the front, power and light points and a workshop/games room to the rear that also has power, lighting, a wall mounted Worcester Bosch central heating boiler and patio doors onto garden. Rear Garden: Extending to approximately 87' x 70'. A path runs across the rear of the property leading to the main body of the garden that is laid to lawn with a number of mature trees. There are three useful outbuildings including a cedar summerhouse, tool shed, and a large workshop. To the left hand side of the property a pathway leads around to a gated front access.
Situated within a short stroll of the picturesque conservation area of "Old Shepperton", that is steeped in history. Church Square with its fine Norman church and reputable selection public houses, restaurants and hotels, is within a short stroll. It is reputed that the famous Highwayman, Dick Turpin used to frequent the Anchor Hotel and one of his pistols was allegedly found hidden in the rafters during its renovation. Behind is Ferry Square, with its lovely views and slip way onto this delightful meandering stretch of the River Thames. Shepperton village with its traditional bustling High Street, station (service to London Waterloo) and reputable selection of schools catering for all age groups are within half a mile and for the motorist, junction 1, M3 and junction 11, M25 are within 3.5 miles drive.