A traditional 1930's family home with a contemporary twist, having been extended to provide a spacious open plan kitchen/family room with bi-fold doors leading onto large mature garden. Situated in a quiet residential road within 0.4 mile walk of the station, High Street and the catchment of reputable state and private schools. EPC Rating: D
- Substantial family home close to High Street and station
- Magnificent large open plan kitchen/dining/family room
- Separate living room
- 4 Bedrooms
- En-suite bathroom and family shower room
- Utility room & guest cloakroom
- Integral garage
- Mature 60 ' garden
The modest exterior of this lovely 4 bedroom family home belies the size of the accommodation within. It provides the ideal layout for a growing family, retaining its original sunny front aspect living room for when you want a bit of quiet time. To the rear it has been extended with a very spacious open plan kitchen/dining/family room with bi-fold doors and Velux windows, which is perfect for all the family to catch up and for entertaining. This has not been at the expense of practicality, as there is a separate utility room, guest cloakroom and a door into the integral garage from the hall.
To the first floor are 4 bedrooms, 3 being doubles and the fourth a single or study. The main bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe and a 4-piece en-suite bathroom, complete with a separate shower cubical. The family shower room has also been refitted with a modern white suite. There is a huge partially boarded loft space that could be converted into further bedrooms, subject to planning and the usual consents.
Ideally situated within 0.4 miles of Shepperton village with its traditional bustling High Street, station (London Waterloo 53 minutes) and the catchment of reputable state and private schools, make this an ideal area to raise a family. Old Shepperton, with its historic Church Square and a fine selection of public houses, hotels, restaurants and picturesque stretch of the river Thames is within an easy stroll. For the motorist junction 1, M3, the start of the A316 to London and junction 11, M25 are within 3.3 and 4.3 miles respectively..