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This elegant home was built in 1928 this exceptional 5/6 bedroom family home has been skilfully extended and extensively modernised, blending its original character with the comforts and convenience of modern day living. As you step into the wide reception hall with its traditional exposed floorboards, high ceilings and plate rails, you will get a sense of the generous proportions of the rooms and its lovely homely feel. The exposed wood floor flows through into the spacious double aspect drawing room, having been extended to the rear with French doors opening onto the terrace for summer entertaining and the original portion of the room retains its beautiful Inglenook fireplace, inset with a log burner with stained glass window lights to either side and a traditional full height surround flanked by two glazed cabinets. To the front is a large south facing dining room with a wide bay window flooding the room with natural light. Adjacent is a further bay fronted reception or ground floor 6th bedroom with a built-in cupboard finished in the same style as the fire surround. Adjoining is the guest cloakroom and a fully tiled bathroom, which have been refitted with white suite. Completing the ground floor is a magnificent kitchen/breakfast room that has been beautifully appointed with a range of contemporary style walnut and cream finish units complemented by Silestone, quartz worktops and a range of integrated appliances including a range cooker with matching cooker hood, plumbed-in American fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer. The staircase rises from the reception hall to a light and spacious galleried landing. There are five bedrooms, four being double rooms and the fifth a decent sized single. The master suite is a spacious room overlooking the rear garden and opens into the luxuriously appointed bathroom that has been beautifully appointed with a 4 piece white suite giving a modern twist on the traditional theme with a roll top bath and a separate shower cubical. A return door leads from the bathroom back onto the landing, enabling this to be used as the family bathroom. The second and third bedrooms share a central shower room, which has been fitted to a similar high standard.
Lower Sunbury is an historic village dating back to the Bronze Age situated on the banks of the River Thames 3 miles from Hampton Court Palace. This property is well located for access to the M3 & M25 for London and major airports. The local amenities include a number of charming shops, restaurants and pubs in Lower Sunbury with more comprehensive shopping available at Sunbury Cross and the nearby towns of Staines (approx 5 miles) and Kingston-upon-Thames (approx 6 miles). Hampton Station with direct access to Waterloo is approximately 2 miles and is within the Oyster Zone. Sunbury Station also provides regular access direct to London Waterloo in approximately 50 minutes and Walton mainline station in approximately 26 minutes. Heathrow airport is located approximately 10 miles from Sunbury. Leisure activities include boating on the River Thames, racing at Kempton Park and sailing at Queen Mary’s reservoir. The local area is served by an excellent selection of both state and private schools.
The well-kept and landscaped rear garden offers an Indian sandstone terrace running across the full width with a low retaining wall and steps rising to the shaped lawn. The neatly defined borders are planted with a variety of established shrubs and trees providing year round colour and screening. To the rear is a further deck, positioned to catch the sun and close board timber fencing and mature evergreens enclose the whole. A gated side access leads to the traditional front garden with its lawns and well-stocked beds. A gravel drive provides off street parking for 3-4 vehicles and leads to the attached garage.
three bathrooms (2 ensuites)
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