A 3 bedroom semi-detached family house with potential to modernise and extend to the side and rear (subject to planning), in the highly desirable location of Coombeside. Choice of BR Stations including Norbiton and New Malden with direct line services into London (Waterloo), Coombe Golf Club, excellent schools and other amenities are all within easy
reach of the property.
The ground floor has a fully enclosed porch, entrance hall, spacious lounge with original fireplace, dining room with patio doors overlooking the garden, fitted kitchen with dual aspect windows. Upstairs there are 3 good sized bedrooms (2 with fitted wardrobes), a bathroom with ‘Art Deco’ suite plus a separate W.C. Further benefits included some original features, gas central heating and UPVC double glazing.
The front of the property provides off street parking for 2 vehicles and access to a garage with power and light.
Secluded 80ft approx. westerly facing rear garden with 2 sheds, a greenhouse, borders of perennials and mature shrubs. A gardener’s delight.
Offered with the advantage of no onward chain.
Enclosed Porch: Fully enclosed hardwood with glazed side windows and ceiling light.
Entrance Hall: Hardwood part glazed front door, leaded light windows to the side, coving, radiator, central heating thermostat, telephone point, under stairs storage cupboards housing consumer unit, gas and electric meters, doors to all rooms.
Living Room Dimensions: 11'11'' (3.64 M) into bay x 11'5'' (3.48 M) into alcoves
Bay window to the front, coving, radiator, arched alcove with storage under, original feature fireplace and TV aerial point.
Dining Room Dimensions: 12'1" (3.68 M) x 11'5" (3.48 M) into alcoves
Sliding patio doors overlooking the rear garden, radiator, arched alcove, gas fire and aerial point.
Kitchen: 11'11” (3.62 M) x 8'8" (2.64 M)
Windows to the rear and side (1 with modesty glass), wall mounted ‘Glow Worm’ central heating boiler (serviced annually), fitted with base and high level units with laminate work surfaces, floor to ceiling larder cupboard, free standing cooker, washing machine, fridge/freezer, stainless steel single drainer sink with chrome mixer tap, tiled splashback, central heating timer and door to rear garden.
Staircase to First Floor Landing:
Balustrades and handrail, window with modesty glass to the side, access to loft (part boarded with pull down ladder) and doors to all rooms:
Master Bedroom 1 Dimensions: 11’11” (3.64 M) into bay x 10'11" (3.34 M) excluding wardrobes
Bay window to the front, coving, range of fitted wardrobes, dressing table with vanity mirror, radiator, TV aerial and telephone point.
Bedroom 2 Dimensions: 12'1” (3.68 M) x 10' (3.04 M) excluding chimney breast
Window to the rear, coving and radiator.
Bedroom 3 Dimensions: 11’2” (3.42 M) x 8'7" (2.61 M)
Casement window to the front, coving, built in wardrobe, shelving unit and radiator.
Family Bathroom Dimensions: 8’10” (2.69 M) x 5'10" (1.79 M) Modesty window to the rear, fitted with ‘Art Deco’ period suite comprising panel enclosed bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, tiled splashback, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome taps, radiator, shaver point and airing cupboard housing immersion tank.Separate W.C: Fitted with a low-level W.C., modesty window to the side.
To the Front: Paved driveway with off street parking, lawned area with borders of mature shrubs and perennials, access at the side to the rear of the property.
Rear Garden: 80ft (24.38 M)
Westerly facing rear garden with patio area leading to lawn, borders of perennials and shrubs, 2 x garden sheds, greenhouse, outside tap, door to garage.Garage: With up and over door, rear door, power and light.
Council Tax Banding: E Royal Borough of Kingston Upon ThamesEnergy Performance Certificate Rating: D
Location: Both Norbiton and New Malden BR Stations, are easily accessible with links to London Waterloo. Local shops at the Triangle offer a Tesco Express, Pharmacy and Post Office, Kingston (including the hospital) and New Malden town centres can easily be reached by public transport. Both towns have a wealth of shopping facilities, many cafés and restaurants. Kingston also has both a beautiful riverside and Richmond Park with Isabella plantation. Schools in the area are some of best in south-west London.
Agents Note: These particulars, whilst believed to be accurate are set out as a general outline only for guidance and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements of representation of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. No person representing White and Hayward has the authority to make or give any representation or warranty in respect of the property. We would also advise any purchaser that the systems and appliances mentioned in these particulars have not been tested. Our Client has advised us of the aforementioned Tenure; however, we would advise any interested party obtain confirmation of this fact from their legal representative.
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