Opportunity to acquire a rarely available period home measuring 1172 Sq Ft (approximately) with significant scope to extend (STPP).
This well positioned, end of terrace home comprises of a classic formal front reception room, functional kitchen and an additional linked reception room with doors leading onto a sizeable 43 Ft x 29 Ft (approximately) garden.
A turned staircase leads to 4 bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Off street parking and a larger than average garage/car port.
Offered to the market with no onward chain.
Disclosure of personal interest one of the executors, is related to a Chestertons member of staff.
Kew has its own distinctive, unrivalled identity which charms residents and visitors alike. Its individuality stems from those highly desirable amenities associated with metropolitan living, independent shops, chic cafes, restaurants and public houses, combined with the tranquil charms of The Thames riverside, the proximity of Richmond Park and, of course, The Royal Botanic Gardens (Kew Gardens) world heritage site.
Kew has a strong sense of community as demonstrated by the hugely popular local events. Kew village market is held monthly and, in summer, Kew Green hosts the Kew Village Fete and cricket.
Kew is the perfect place for buyers looking for an idyllic environment to bring up a family, with exceptional schooling options in both the private and state sector. Another bonus is Kew s exceptional transport links with both overground and underground lines running from the centrally located Kew Gardens station, the close proximity of the M3 and M4, and the A4 providing easy access to central London.
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