Queens Road, Kingston upon Thames, UK, London, KT2

££950,000 Guide

3 Bedroom House Under Offer

This imposing semi-detached Victorian Villa offers exceptional proportions and flexibiliy in configuration to include additional bedrooms throughout and retains much of its original charm and character features including sash bay windows, cornicing and high ceilings, arranged naturally over three floors. A regal staircase leads to an entrance on the raised ground floor. An inviting entry hall provides access to two very generous reception rooms with beautiful interconnecting doors. A half-landing provides access to a family bathroom whilst the first floor offers two large double becrooms as well as generous single third. A very bright lower ground floor is equally well proportioned, comprising another excellent size reception and separate kitchen as well as utility room and W.C. Externally, the property offers a mature west-facing garden with established borders and brick-retaining feature wall. An adjoining outhouse is provided as well as side access back to the front of the property. Off street parking for at least two vehicles is also offered. The property also offers an exciting opportunity and potential to renovate and extend (subject to the necessary consents).

Queens Road is an exceptionally popular residential street on borders of Kingston and Kingston Hill. Situated within just 0.3 miles (6 minute walk) of Norbiton's Zone 5 railway station it offers a frequent connection into London terminals. The A3 is also nearby for alternative routes into and out of London. Furthermore, if falls within the catchment for well-regard schools nearby whilst a number of sought after independent schools are also within close proximity. Richmond Park's Kingston Gate 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. 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.

Tenure: Freehold

Queens Road, Kingston upon Thames, UK, London, KT2
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43 Richmond Road
Kingston upon Thames

020 8549 9449

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