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Walton on Thames
Guide Price £575,000 (Freehold)
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Forming part of the Walton Riverside Conservation Area this unique Regency Style double fronted period home occupies this wonderful position overlooking the historic Manor House to the rear.The River Thames is just moments away with its delightful tow path walks as is Walton's high street facilities providing its mix of retail outlets ,restaurants and cafes. EPC E

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Originating back to mid-nineteenth century arranged over three floors this fascinating and unique period home still retains period features just moments away from the River Thames and the riverside ambience. Overlooking to the rear the Old Manor House and forming part of the old Manor House estate opportunities of this nature are rarely available.

Arranged over three floors the configuration is fluid and flexible capturing natural light due to the southerly facing orientation to the rear. Carefully combining traditional elegance alongside of an element of contemporary flair the double aspect drawing room with open fireplace and Oak flooring opens freely into the a dining room with porcelain tiled floor. The part vaulted and glazed kitchen is fitted with a range of units and stainless steel appliances with double doors to the outside. A spiral staircase provides access to a lower ground floor which could be utilised for a number of purposes. On the first floor both of the bedrooms are well proportioned in size with en-suite facilities.

Externally to the rear the orientation captures plenty of sunshine with a courtyard garden occupied under licence on a peppercorn rent through Elmbridge Borough Council. More details available on request.

  • Double fronted Regency Style gem
  • Part of the Walton Riverside Conservation Area
  • Moments away from the River Thames and High Street
  • Over three floors
  • Retaining period features
  • Flexible layout
  • South facing to the rear