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A substantial, detached family home with a very wide and impressive frontage, situated in a popular Thames Ditton location with an immaculate south westerly facing rear garden. The property offers very flexible accommodation with tremendous scope to extend into the loft space, if required (STPP). Approached by a spacious carriage drive way the property is accessed via a large conservatory porch that gives access to the internal entrance hall. The traditional kitchen breakfast room opens on to the rear garden and into the dining room that has previously been used as the annex reception room with its own shower room and the fourth bedroom. Directly off the main hall are both the study and sitting room with open fire, this then leads into a most spectacular family room with vaulted ceiling and wine cellar below, a superb entertaining space currently utilised as a music/concert room. Upstairs is the master bedroom with en-suite shower, 2 further bedrooms, the family bathroom and a separate toilet. The ground floor of this property is vast and can suit many different buyers’ individual needs, from a work / living space, separate accommodation for multi-generational living to superb games room for the growing families, a unique opportunity in a very convenient location.
The rear garden is beautifully manicured with extensive patio area, log store, summer house, tool store room as well as an insulated store room to the side. Perfectly orientated due South West, which is ideal for afternoon and evening sunshine, entertaining and relaxing. There is also a charming loggia area for some shelter from rain or shade when required.
Thames Ditton is one of Surrey's finest commuter belt villages, and St. Leonards Road is convenient for the village centre with its boutiques, shops restaurants and public houses. There is easy access to both Thames Ditton Station, approximately ½ mile and a little further away the mainline station at Surbiton, where frequent trains to Waterloo take around 15 minutes.
The village still retains a cricket club, skiff club and popular sports and health club in Colets. Local schools and educational establishments (Thames Ditton Infants, Esher College, Hinchley Wood, Surbiton High), are well respected and Kingston town centre is a pleasant walk down the nearby Thames tow path.
Kitchen / Breakfast Room
Family / Music Room
Dining Room / Annex Sitting Room with Bedroom & Shower Room
Master Bedroom with Shower
2 Further Bedrooms
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