Norbiton Hall, Kingston upon Thames KT2

020 8549 9449

Norbiton Hall, Kingston upon Thames KT2

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Asking Price £385,000

Norbiton Hall, Kingston upon Thames KT2

  • 2 double bedroom apartment
  • No onward chain
  • 0.5 miles (9 minute walk) from the railway station
  • Eati-in kitchen/dining room
  • Larger than average design
  • Resident permit parking
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THE PROPERTY
A very well proportioned two double bedroom apartment with residents parking, within an incredibly popular period development in the heart of Kingston town centre and offered with no onward chain. Situated on the ground floor, the property offers a very spacious entrance hall as well as a large reception dining room complete with feature fireplace. As one of the largest of the designs within the development, a separate eat-in kitchen/diner is provided with a modern kitchen and integrated appliances, as well as two large double bedrooms and modern bathroom. Externally, the property opens out onto a beautifully maintained communal gardens whilst residents are provided with parking. In addition, it is possible to rent a parking space within a secure and enclosed communal garage. Built between 1933 and 1935, Norbiton Hall stands on a historic site which between 1309 and 1535 formed part of a large estate owned by Edward Lovekyn and then by John Lovekyn, respectively bailiff and mayor of Kingston, who founded and developed the grade II listed Lovekyn Chapel standing on the corner between Old London Road and Queen Elizabeth Road. The chapel is located in the grounds of Tiffins Grammar School.
THE LOCATION
Norbiton Hall is located on Birkenhead Avenue and London road and within a short walk of Kingston town centre as well as Norbiton's parade of shops on Coombe Road. Kingston's Zone 6 railway station is within 0.5 miles (9 minute walk) and offers an incredibly frequent connection to London terminals in two directions. Kingston town cente is comprehensive with a wide range of well known names as well as independent shops. It is nestled along the River Thames where a number of restaurants can be found also.

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