A quintessential Victorian cottage retaining its charm yet with all the conveniences for today's style of living. Ideally situated in a quiet lane in the heart of the village, a short stroll from the Shepperton's traditional bustling High Street, reputable local schools, mainline station and Old Shepperton' with its picturesque Church Square and pretty stretch of the River Thames.
- Charming extensively modernised Victorian cottage in the heart of the village
- 3 Bedrooms (2 doubles and a large single)
- Upstairs bathroom
- Bay fronted living with log burner
- Separate dining room
- Attractively refitted kitchen
- Guest cloak/utility room
- To be sold with no onward chain
This delightful 3 bedroom cottage retains its original charm, whilst having been extensively and sympathetically modernised to provide modern day comforts including a useful cloak/utility room, first floor bathroom and a central heating combi boiler installed in 2019. The well-proportioned living space retains its two reception rooms with an attractive bay fronted, westerly facing living room to the front with its natural wood floor and log burner creating a lovely feature to the room. The dining room has a deep understairs cupboard and stripped floorboards. To the rear is the kitchen, which has been attractively fitted with a range of contemporary Shaker style units with contrasting work tops inset with an induction hob, stainless steel cooker hood and an integrated dishwasher and fridge/freezer. The adjoining cloakroom houses the washing machine.
To the first floor are 3 bedrooms, two being double bedrooms and the third a good single. Completing the accommodation is the fully tiled bathroom that has been appointed with a modern 3-piece white suite.
Council Tax Band: D. EPC Rating: D
Mervyn Road is a quiet residential road, moments from the village's traditional bustling High Street, bus routes to surrounding principal towns and mainline station (London Waterloo 53 minutes). For the motorist, junction 1, M3, the start of the A316 to London and junction 11, M25 are 3.1 and 3.7 miles respectively. There are reputable state and private schools catering for all age groups in the area. Manor Park and Lower Halliford Green are within a stone's throw, adjoining a picturesque stretch of the River Thames. "Old Shepperton" with its historic Church Square, fine Norman Church, reputable selection of public houses and restaurants are all within a short stroll. Recreational facilities abound in the area including Desborough sailing club, white water canoeing at the weir, open water swimming on Ferris Lake, trout fishing at Halliford Mere and the Tow Path forms part of the Thames path that runs from Woolwich to Kemble in Gloucestershire.