Cross Road, Kingston upon Thames

020 8549 9449

Cross Road, Kingston upon Thames

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Asking Price £775,000

Cross Road, Kingston upon Thames

  • Four bedroom Victorian house
  • Very well presented throughout
  • Catchment for very well regarded schools
  • 0.6 miles (12 minute walk) from the station
  • Two bathroms
  • EPC Rating D
THE PROPERTY
A very well presented and spacious four bedroom family home with private garden. Extended to the rear and to the loft, the property benefits from having four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The ground floor comprises a large double reception room as well as separate kitchen, whilst the first floor offers three bedrooms, as well as a very generous bathroom. The second floor opens to a large main bedroom with en-suite and dress/study area. Externally, the house opens out onto a decked and landscaped garden with access from the rear.
THE LOCATION
Cross Road is very convenient for all the amenities Kingston has to offer. For those needing to commute by public transport, the property is situated within 0.6 miles (12 minute walk) of the railway station whilst, for a greater expanse of outdoor space, Richmond Park's Kingston Gate at the top of Queens Road is just 0.3 miles (6 minute walk away). Richmond Park offers the opportunity to enjoy the largest Royal Park in London covering an area of 2,500 acres. From its heights, uninterrupted views of St Paul's Cathedral can be enjoyed, 12 miles away, whilst the Isabella Plantation offers a 40 acre Victorian woodland garden created in the 1830's and is best known for its evergreen azaleas, which line the ponds and streams. Created by Charles I in the 17th century as a deer park, it is of national and international importance for wildlife conservation. The property also falls within the catchment for a number of well regarded local schools. Kingston town centre offers a varied and comprehensive choice in shops via the High Street and Clarence Street as well as both Bentalls & John Lewis department stores. Kingston Riverside also offers a number of well known and popular restaurants.

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