DescriptionA 3 bedroom, end terrace extended family home with lounge, dining room and 2nd family room, kitchen which is open plan to a rear extension overlooking the garden and modern family bathroom. Situated in pleasant and increasingly popular Home Zone area in New Malden, close to the High Street and within 0.4 miles of direct rail services into central London. Highly desirable primary and secondary schools, including the outstanding Ofsted rated Burlington Infant/Junior school are in the catchment area with nearby secondary schools including Coombe Girls, Coombe Boys, and various highly sought-after grammar and private schools.
The property offers a fully enclosed porch, hallway with understairs storage, bright spacious lounge, galley style kitchen which is open to an extension at the rear of the property overlooking the garden. Upstairs offers 2 double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes, a single bedroom plus a good sized family bathroom. Gas central heating and double glazed windows.
A crazy paved driveway provides off street parking.
The 70' (21.34 M) approx. secluded rear garden with a patio area leading to lawn with borders of mature shrubs and trees, a shed and gated side access to the front.
Having already been extended to the rear, this property still has scope for further extension to the loft subject to usual planning consent and requirement. Offered with no onward chain.
Fully Enclosed Porch: Hardwood front door with windows to the side, laminate tiled floor, part glazed door with side windows leading to:
Entrance Hall: Staircase to first floor landing, understairs storage cupboard housing consumer unit and utility meters, heating thermostat, ceiling light point and doors to:
Lounge Dimensions: 13'6" (4.14 M) into bay x 11'3” (3.43 M) Bay window to the front, twin alcoves, ceiling light point, radiator, ‘Telewest’ point and TV aerial point.
Reception 2 Dimensions: 12'5" (3.79 M) into bay x 10'5” (3.20 M) Twin alcoves, feature fireplace, picture rail, ceiling light point, radiator and glazed door with side windows.
Kitchen Dimensions: 9’2" (2.83 M) x 6' (1.82 M) A range of base and high level units some with drawers, integrated electric oven with matching gas hob and extractor hood over, space for fridge, single drainer stainless steel sink with chrome mixer tap with spray hose attachment, tiled splashback, wall mounted central heating boiler, laminate wood effect flooring, spotlights, folding door, arch to:
Family Room: 17’ (5.18 M) x 9'4" (2.86 M) max. UPVC double glazed windows and patio doors leading to the garden, fitted with base level units with worksurface over, space and plumbing for washing machine, laminate wood effect flooring, 2 x ceiling light points and 2 x radiators.
Staircase to First Floor Landing: Handrail, ceiling light point, access to loft and doors to:
Bedroom 1 Dimensions: 14'6” (4.28 M) into bay x 10'5" (3.06 M) Bay window to the front, floor to ceiling mirror fronted fitted wardrobe with shelving, radiator, ceiling light point and TV aerial point.
Bedroom 2 Dimensions: 12'3" (3.74 M) x 10'1" (3.07 M) Window to the rear, radiator and ceiling light point.
Bedroom 3 Dimensions: 7'9" (2.43 M) x 6' (1.83 M) Window to the front, radiator and ceiling light point.
Family Bathroom: Window with modesty glass to the rear, fitted with a suite comprising panel enclosed bath with chrome mixer tap, mains fed shower, curved shower screen with chrome furnishings, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap, low level W.C. with dual flush, storage unit with shelving, laminate tiled flooring, chrome towel rail, fully tiled walls, extractor fan and ceiling light point.
To the Front: Paved Driveway with off street parking.
Rear Garden: 45' (13.71 M) Approx.
Secluded rear garden with patio area leading to lawn, borders of mature shrubs and trees, outside tap, security light, shed and side gated access to the front of the property.
Council Tax Banding: D (Kingston upon Thames Council) £1985.33 for 2022/23
Energy Performance Certificate Rating: D
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