Scope to extend to the rear and in the loft (STPP)
Sought after location
Council Tax band E
Set back behind a low level brick wall with wrought iron railings sits this charming, two bedroom Victorian terraced house, located within a popular residential road in Teddington. The property is beautifully bright, offers good size rooms and excellent scope to extend further at the rear and into the large loft space.
The useful entrance porch leads to a through reception room flooded with light through dual aspect large bay window and window overlooking the garden and has distinct sitting and dining areas. The kitchen to the rear has ample storage cupboards, electric fan oven, electric hob and a French door leading out to the garden. Beyond the kitchen the conservatory creates a wonderful space to bask in the sun during the summer and gives additional living space.
On the first floor there are two good size double bedrooms both beautifully illuminated through large windows and served by a shower room to the rear, complete with white suite, walk-in shower, vanity sink.
The private, sunny, south facing garden is mainly laid with artificial lawn, planted borders, a patio wrapping the full width of the house, perfect for alfresco dining on those warm summer evenings, as well as that all important rear access.
The property is within catchment for many outstanding schools, both state and private, plus Waldegrave school for girls which is known as one of the best state schools within London. The nearest station, Fulwell is only 0.2 miles away and offers regular and fast services (during peak hours) to London Waterloo. Both Teddington and Strawberry Hill station are also very much accessible, being approximately 1 mile away.