MOMENTS FROM THE RIVER!! Offering real 'kerb' appeal, is this extended 1920's 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom detached family home. With well-balanced and free flowing accommodation set over 2 floors. Good size sitting and family rooms, study, utility room, superb country style kitchen/dining room, beautiful 79ft x 37ft rear garden with summer house/office and driveway with off street parking. MUST BE SEEN!! EPC D, Council Tax Band F
- Detached-Four Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 2 Reception Rooms
- Kitchen/Dining Room
- Utility Room
- Superb 79ft x 37ft Rear Garden
- Summer House/ Home Office
- Off-Street Parking
As the front door opens, the very useful entrance porch awaits. The entrance hallway is really welcoming and sets the scene. The ground floor comprises of mainly wooden flooring, a very comfortable sitting room, with plate rails and feature fireplace with wooden surround, two leaded light windows and double glazed window to the front. The family room to the rear has wooden flooring with double glazed doors to the rear garden. The study is very useful for anyone working from home.
The beautiful country style kitchen is the real hub of the house with a central breakfast bar area to eat the meal of choice. There is also space for a table and chairs again to enjoy a meal overlooking the rear garden.
With lots of natural light streaming through from both the double glazed windows and the Velux windows this room has a real warm and cosy feel. With a range of wooden eye and base level units and work top surfaces, fitted dishwasher and space for a range cooker with extractor hood above. There is a separate cloakroom and utility area with plumbing and space for the usual appliances and double glazed doors provides access to outside.
Upstairs is the landing area which features a leaded light window. There are 4 bedrooms, one having river views and one with fitted wardrobes, a modern three piece family bathroom and separate modern shower room.
Outside the beautiful and well-kept rear garden is 79ft x 37ft laid to lawn with flowering and shrub borders. The summer house/ home station is a good size and has a multitude of uses. There is also a separate storage area and decking area for al fresco dining.
The house is set back off the road via the herringbone brick driveway, which provides off street parking for 3 vehicles, with a lawned area.
The historic and picturesque Thameside village of Lower Sunbury bordered to the south by the River Thames with its many green spaces, parks and fine selection of public houses and restaurants.
It is popular and friendly village with a good selection of schools catering for all age groups and an abundance of leisure activities in the area including health clubs, golf courses, racing at Kempton Park, sailing, rowing, white water canoeing and being set on the Thames Path, that stretches from the source of the Thames at Kemble, Gloucestershire to The Thames Barrier at Woolwich, there are excellent opportunities for walking and cycling.
Venturing slightly further afield, there is plenty for a good day out with Hampton Court Palace, Thorpe Park, Windsor Castle and a whole host of National Trust properties all with a short drive. There are excellent shopping facilities within easy reach, at Kingston upon Thames, Staines upon Thames and Wimbledon.
The nearest mainline station is Hampton that is within 1.4 mile walk and falls within Zone 6, at peak times to London Waterloo the average journey times is 46 minutes. Walton on Thames station is 4.2 miles away, but offers a regular fast service to London Waterloo arriving in just 30 minutes. The M3 starts in Sunbury (junction 1) giving access to the south west and the M25 (junction 11, 5.8 miles) and the A316 to Central London (16 miles). The international airports of Heathrow and Gatwick are 7.7 miles and 24.7 respectively.