An exceptional character property dating back to the late Victorian era that offers a stunning layout and several impressive rooms. Three double bedrooms, a jaw-dropping kitchen-family room, character bathroom suite and separate living room (with chimney) completes the picture. EPC D.
- Bi-folding doors and under-floor heating.
- Semi-detached character property.
- Victorian origins.
- Stunning kitchen-family room.
- Three double bedrooms.
- Off street parking.
- Short walk to town centre shops and River Thames.
- Integrated kitchen appliances.
Situated in one of our most highly regarded Victorian roads, we are delighted to be marketing such a superbly presented and cleverly extended property. Alterations on both floors comfortably meet modern lifestyle requirements including several stunning features that collectively create an exceptional property.
The front (living) room has remained mostly in the original layout with a central chimney and fireplace. However, the rear reception room has been completed transformed and is now something quite special. The open-plan kitchen-dining-family room really needs to be seen to appreciate the dimensions and flexibility offered throughout the seasons. During the summer months it is possible to slide back the bi-fold doors and create a fantastic entertaining space that seamlessly connects to both internal and external dining areas. Equally, when closed off from the garden the natural light is abundant due to a number of design features most notable along the vaulted ceiling and triple aspect. For the winter there is under-floor heating during the cold weather.
The kitchen end of the room is superbly fitted with several integrated appliances including full height fridge and separate freezer, double oven, gas hob and dishwasher. Complemented by stone surfaces, recessed down-lighting and birch-wood flooring.
Upstairs there three well-proportioned bedrooms alongside a very impressive family bathroom suite that offers excellent dimensions to include a large walk-in shower, stand alone bath w.c and washbasin.
Mayo Road is perfectly positioned to utilise the local high street shops and facilities. Furthermore, it is an attractive and pretty street displaying a variety of Victorian properties. The River Thames is also within a short walk connecting Tow Path walks and cycle ways to Hampton Court or upstream towards neighbouring Weybridge Town Centre.
Surrounded by architectural heritage and just outside the conservation area many old buildings are now protected creating a lovely environment in which to live without sacrificing any convenience.