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Walton on Thames
£599,950 (Freehold)
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Classical Victorian character can be seen both internally and externally creating a lovely home that combines period charm with practical accommodation. Two reception rooms, three bedrooms, Victorian style first floor bathroom and a landscaped rear garden. Central location. EPC E.

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A beautifully presented period home dating back to the late Victorian Era. The accommodation is very well balanced and offers an enticing blend of both character and charm. Several individual features are still evident including the original quarry-tiled entrance flooring, fireplaces, coving and high ceilings. A number of sash-style windows also hark back to the original architecture. Over the years there have been numerous changes to the original layout including the extended kitchen and additional bedroom space. However, this property has remained very true to its roots.

Both the living room and dining area can be kept separate with interconnecting doors or opened up for entertaining purposes and the plantation style shutters add the finishing touch to the main reception space. The kitchen is also in keeping with the property and overlooks the landscaped garden with direct access out onto the patio and seating areas.

Upstairs, there are three bedrooms in total. Two of which are on the first floor, alongside a large three-piece bathroom suite. The bathroom is fitted in a Victorian design including a claw-foot bath, w.c and washbasin. Another bedroom can be found on the top floor reached via a full-size staircase.

  • Late Victorian character home.
  • High ceilings.
  • Fireplaces & sash windows.
  • Three bedrooms.
  • Two reception rooms.
  • Landscaped garden.

Garden and Exterior

Attractive, exposed brick elevations alongside a very pretty front garden both ensure that this property has ample kerb-appeal. The end-of-terrace configuration enables access into the rear garden - beautifully landscaped and extending to approximately 45 feet in depth. Several seating areas can be enjoyed throughout the day and a timber-built garden shed will be staying with the property.


Manor Road is located just outside the Bridge Street Conservation Area, designed to protect several historically important buildings and the general environment. This property could not be better positioned to enjoy the riverside charm alongside The Thames, including many miles of Tow Path walks/cycle ways, local pubs and town-centre shops all within a short walk from this delightful property.