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This charming and rarely available period property was built in 1880 and granted townscape merit status to recognise its significance to the history and character of the local environment. The house retains much of its original character including fireplaces, cornicings and original windows. Offering approximately 2,881 sq.ft. of accommodation, the downstairs comprises a dual aspect sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, store room and W.C. The first floor offers a master bedroom with en-suite shower, three double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The top floor provides an adaptable spacious fifth double bedroom, shower room and an abundance of eaves storage.
Externally to the rear of the property is a beautiful south-westerly aspect garden with a handmade replica Victorian greenhouse. In addition there is a large garage which is ideal for storage along with a larger than average front garden with carriage driveway which provides off street parking for several vehicles.
Situated in a residential road convenient for the excellent local educational facilities, both state and private and Hampton Village which provides local shops, Sainsbury's and Waitrose. Hampton station offers a regular service into London Waterloo while bus routes run to Richmond, Kingston and Twickenham. Leisure pursuits for the family can be found at the nearby Hampton Common, Bushy Park, Hampton Court and the River Thames.
dual aspect reception room
master bedroom with en-suite shower
four further bedrooms
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