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A delightful terraced property with scope to extend subject to the usual consents. This family house has an excellent south east facing garden. Well located in a cul-de-sac, this family property has a good situation with potential for a roof conversion or extension if required. The house has two well-proportioned reception rooms and kitchen. The first floor has two double bedrooms with built in cupboards a third bedroom and bathroom completing the accommodation. The property has been recently re-roofed and this space could be converted to further accommodation if required. The house provides full central heating, along with PVC windows and doors with a traditional period front wooden door.
The house, built in the 1930s, was designed by architect George Blay. Blenheim Road is a sought-after cul-de-sac providing good access to Raynes Park with its mainline station and selection of local amenities and playing fields.
The front of the property includes a relatively new paved front garden driveway and to the rear is a south-easterly garden providing fairly new fences to the right and left. The garden backs onto the Raynes Park Residents Lawn Tennis Club.
Terraced 1930s Blay Property
Two reception Rooms
South East Garden
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