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Thamesfield House dates back to the late 18th century and is noted within the local archives. Originally commissioned by a local merchant, as his family home and constructed in a classic Georgian design. Sympathetically converted in 2008 to form five luxury apartments, this ground floor apartment boasts three double bedrooms and blends period features with contemporary design beautifully. The inviting entrance hall leads you to the formal drawing room and dining room. There is a dual aspect to this room with views over woodlands of Manor Park. This room seamlessly flows to the fitted kitchen with a large granite island and breakfast bar which incorporates integrated appliances. Leading from the hallway there are three double bedrooms all with the benefit of built in wardrobes. The master suite has doors leading out to the private garden and its own en-suite shower facilities. The other two remaining bedrooms are serviced by the luxury family bathroom which has a bespoke free standing 'Kos' bath, handcrafted in Italy, with complimenting wall and floor tiles and under floor heating.
Shepperton village centre is within 1/4 mile and offers local shops and a mainline railway station. The river is also a major feature of Shepperton, giving delightful walks and a selection of pubs and restaurants nearby in the old part of the village. The main towns of Walton on Thames and Weybridge offer a wide selection of shops and superstores, bars and restaurants. The local area is well served by both state and private schools, along with golf and leisure facilities. The M3/M25 are approximately 4 miles away for London, the South and both Gatwick and Heathrow airports.
The communal gardens to the front are mainly laid to lawn with shrub bed borders set behind a high brick wall & an original wrought iron gate. The parking area is to the side of the building with two allocated parking spaces. The gated & secluded communal gardens have been attractively landscaped with box hedging bordering a shaped lawn with well stocked and established shrub beds and a variety of mature trees.
The apartments further benefit from private cellarge utilised as storage.
On the 26th of January 2016 the Freehold of the building was purchased and a lease granted for 999 years. Two allocated parking bays were created for No.2, with additional visitors' bays. This property owns a 26% share of the freehold of the building.
Our client informs us that the Service Charge is£2,100 per annum including building insurance
two bathrooms (one en-suite)
open plan drawing/dining/kitchen
parking for two cars and guest parking
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