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WATERSIDE - A rarely available and spacious, one bedroom ground floor apartment with private outside space. Set in the sought after, private and gated development of Queens Reach which is located right at the heart of East Molesey’s cosmopolitan ‘Bridge Road’ area with its eclectic range of independent shops, boutiques, a great selection of restaurants and cafe culture. Upon entering the apartment, the entrance hall flows into the flexible open plan living/dining room with double doors to the outside, a feature fire place, high ceilings and cornices combine to give the room a feeling of grandeur. The kitchen has a range of units and space for appliances; additional storage can be found in the large cupboard just inside the entrance hall. There is a large double bedroom with built in wardrobes and a good size bathroom.
This property is featured by our Waterside department.
Queens Reach is a private development in an incredibly convenient location for both the cosmopolitan 'Bridge Road' and Hampton Court train station which is about 200 metres away with direct trains to London Waterloo in less than 40 minutes. The River Thames is close by, where a long walk or cycle along the towpath can take you to the main shopping town of Kingston Upon Thames (c.3 miles); other riverside recreational pursuits such as rowing or canoeing can also be enjoyed, whilst East Moseley offers cricket and boat clubs. Hampton Courts ‘Home Park’ and the 2nd largest of the Royal Parks ‘Bushy Park’ are both near by offering tranquil green spaces for all to enjoy.
The local Authority is Elmbridge Borough Council.
French doors open onto a private patio overlooking the communal gardens that lead down to the River Mole, where the sound of the water running over the weir adds to the relaxing ambiance on a warm summers day. The mature communal gardens are beautifully manicured and a gravel path takes you around the grounds; mature pergolas offer tranquil shaded areas, whilst benches allow for a quiet moment to sit and enjoy the peaceful setting and delightful views of water lily’s on the River Mole. There is allocated parking for one car and additional unallocated visitor parking.
Living / Dining Room
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