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Built in 2006, this three double bedroom home is finished to a very high standard. With a mock Georgian facade on the roadside of the property and a mock Victorian boatshed on the riverside this unusual and attractive home is laid out over three floors. On the ground floor there are two double bedrooms and two shower rooms, one en suite to the master bedroom which has doors leading to a raised balcony/terrace. On the first floor is the main reception room with vaulted ceilings, feature fire place with gas fire, doors leading to a balcony/terrace, being southerly aspect. The kitchen has been refitted offering a range of built in appliances with lots of storage and ample work surfaces. On the top floor is the third double bedroom with en suite bathroom and incredible views out to Sunbury lock and the river Thames.
Lower Sunbury is an historic village dating back to the Bronze Age situated on the banks of the River Thames 3 miles from Hampton Court Palace. This property is well located for access to the M3 & M25 for London and major airports. The local amenities include a number of charming shops, restaurants and pubs in Lower Sunbury with more comprehensive shopping available at Sunbury Cross and the nearby towns of Staines (approx 5 miles) and Kingston-upon-Thames (approx 6 miles). Hampton Station with direct access to Waterloo is approximately 2 miles and is within the Oyster Zone. Sunbury Station also provides regular access direct to London Waterloo in approximately 50 minutes and Walton mainline station in approximately 26 minutes. Heathrow airport is located approximately 10 miles from Sunbury. Leisure activities include boating on the River Thames, racing at Kempton Park and sailing at Queen Mary’s reservoir. The local area is served by an excellent selection of both state and private schools.
There is a low maintenance southerly aspect garden to the rear with artificial lawn and a decked area ideal for entertaining. There parking for two cars.
3 bathrooms (2 ensuites)
two parking spaces
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