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A stunning two bedroom terraced house located in the highly desirable Queen Mary's Place development.
The ground floor comprises of a well proportioned contemporary off white glossy kitchen with integrated units and space for a table and chairs. A cloakroom is located off the hallway and to the rear of the house is the separate reception room with ample space for a seating area and also a dining area. There are French doors leading out to the beautiful paved/turfed private garden. The first floor has two bedrooms. The master bedroom has fitted wardrobes and a fabulous en suite shower room, there is also access to a private balcony overlooking the garden and spectacular views of Queen Mary's House. There is also a family bathroom and a second bedroom which also has fully fitted cupboards.
The house has not been lived in since being developed and is in fantastic decorative condition and also benefits from underfloor heating downstairs. There is storage under the stairs and also a private loft area accessible from the first floor landing.
This charming home has a designated underground parking space as well as access to the development's communal gardens, gymnasium and use of the shuttle service to East Putney Underground and Putney mainline station.
Queen Mary's Place is a remarkable development of newly built and beautifully refurbished apartments and houses. These homes enjoy a superb location in South West London, set within easy reach of cosmopolitan Putney, Wimbledon Common, Barnes Station and beautiful Richmond Park.
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