This well maintained and smartly presented home, offers generously proportioned and versatile accommodation with a lovely light and airy feel. Originally constructed in 1940, later extended to the rear to provide a kitchen/diner and into the loft space, creating a third double bedroom with a bathroom opposite. Further improvements include the installation of sealed unit double-glazing and refitment of the kitchen and shower room. The double aspect living room is a spacious, bright room with French doors opening onto the garden and a central limestone fireplace creates a focal point to the room. The adjoining kitchen/breakfast room is divided into two defined areas; the kitchen is fitted with a range of maple wood style units inset with an electric cooker, washing machine, dishwasher and provision for a fridge/freezer. A counter height room divider separates the dining area that overlooks the garden and has a stable door opening onto the patio. On the ground floor are the original three bedrooms, with two doubles to the front, the main having freestanding wardrobes and the third is a good single with a fitted wardrobe. Adjacent is shower room fitted with a modern 3-piece white suite.
An open tread staircase rises to the first floor, where there is a further double bedroom with access to the loft space and a bathroom opposite. Council Tax Band: E
- Ideal location in popular cul-de-sac 0.25 mile from High Street and station.
- Adaptable accommodation
- 4 bedrooms
- Bathroom and separate shower room
- Large double aspect living room
- Beautiful 72' garden
- Own drive and garage
- Well maintained and smartly presented
- Catchment of reputable schools
Garden and Exterior
The neatly kept rear garden extends to approximately 72 and has been attractively landscaped with a large patio leading to a central lawn inset with a water feature and shrub beds. To the sides are established beds and a path leads to a large shed and a summerhouse. To one side there is a gated front access to a traditional front garden, which is laid to lawn and set behind a low brick boundary wall. To the side is a drive leading to a single garage with lighting. Opposite is a matching path leading to the front door.
Ideally situated within 0.25 a mile of Shepperton village with its traditional bustling High Street, station (London Waterloo 53 minutes) and the catchment of reputable state and private schools, make this an ideal home for a growing family or someone looking towards retirement. Old Shepperton, with its historic Church Square and fine selection of public houses, hotels, restaurants and picturesque stretch of the river Thames is within an easy stroll. For the motorist junction 1, M3, start of the A316 to London and junction 11, M25 are within 3.3 and 4.3 miles respectively.