This semi-detached family home was originally built in the 1930s and has subsequently been extended to the side and the rear to provide balanced and adaptable accommodation over 2 floors. Subject to planning there is also future potential to make this house even larger.
The front door opens into a spacious entrance hall with a large under stairs cupboard. There is a living room to the front and then a large open-plan kitchen/family room. In the kitchen area there is a range of fitted cupboards and a built-in double oven and hob, with plenty of space for other appliances. There is a fitted Welsh dresser type unit and then from the family area double-glazed sliding patio doors to the garden. There is a separate utility room, which due to its size could be adapted to create perhaps a downstairs cloakroom or shower room. From the utility room there is a door to the integral garage.
Upstairs there are 4 bedrooms, 2 of which have fitted wardrobes, a modern bathroom with a white suite and alongside this a separate shower room, again with a white suite.
- 4 bedroom semi-detached family home
- Large open-plan kitchen/family room
- Separate living room
- 60ft approx. south-westerly facing garden
- Off-street parking and integral garage
- No onward chain
Garden and Exterior
The property has a large south-westerly facing rear garden that extends to about 60ft. There is a large patio/terrace leading to an expanse of lawn, and a pathway down the side of the garden, leading to a further terrace that surrounds the attractive timber summerhouse. In front of the property there is off-street parking for at least 2 cars and an integral garage.
Along South Lane there are local shops for one s day-to-day needs, however, New Malden town centre is just a short drive and has many more local businesses, cafÃ©s, restaurants and Waitrose and Lidl supermarkets. At the end of the High Street is New Malden station, with excellent commuter services to Waterloo. The A3, which is at the far end of South Lane, offers direct road links to central London and into the Surrey countryside via the Malden junction. There are many schools in the area for children of all ages, in both the state and private sectors.