Richmond Park Road, Kingston upon Thames
- A Detached Victorian Villa
- Rear Side Extension
- Off Road Parking
- An Independent Office in the Rear Garden
- S.T.P.P.-Scope for a piggy-back Loft Conversion
- Open Plan-Double Reception/Dining Room
- Extended Large Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- In The Heart of North Kingston
- 10 mins Walk to Kingston's Zone 6 Railway Station
- In the Catchment of Outstanding Ofsted Rated Schools
A Character-Filled, three bedroom Detached Victorian Villa, with a side extension at the rear on the ground floor, benefiting from off street parking and nestled in the rear garden is an independent office.
Arranged over the ground and first floor, the property also offers significant scope for a "piggy-back" loft conversion to provide extra bedrooms and an additional bathroom if required (subject to the necessary permissions).
The ground floor comprises an entrance hall as well as a large open plan double reception/dining room with feature bay window and fireplace, also the kitchen has been squared off to the rear to provide a large kitchen/breakfast room, spilling out onto the garden.There is a side door into a storage area which gives access to the rear garden.
The first floor offers three excellent bedrooms of varying sizes, one of which spans the width of the house, as well as a large modern family bathroom which has a separate shower cubicle and a bath.
Externally, the property offers a beautifully maintained, south facing rear garden, with side access back to the front of the house, which in turn offers a driveway for off street parking.
Richmond Park Road is an exceptionally popular residential street in the heart of North Kingston. Situated within just 0.6 miles (10 minutes walk) of Kingston's Zone 6 railway station it offers convenient access in two directions into London terminals.
Furthermore, it falls within the catchment of Outstanding Ofsted rated schools nearby whilst a number of sought after independent schools are within close proximity.
Access to both the River Thames and Canbury Gardens is great, and Richmond Park's Kingston Gate offers the opportunity to enjoy the largest Royal Park in London covering an area of 2,500 acres. From its heights, uninterrupted views of St Paul's Cathedral can be enjoyed, 12 miles away, and the Isabella Plantation offers a 40 acre Victorian woodland garden created in the 1830's and is best known for its evergreen azaleas, which line the ponds and streams. Created by Charles I in the 17th century as a deer park, it is of national and international importance for wildlife conservation.
Kingston town centre offers a varied and comprehensive choice in shops via the High Street and Clarence Street as well as both Bentall's & John Lewis department stores. Kingston Riverside also offers a number of well-known and popular restaurants.
Council Tax Band: F
Separate Office in the rear garden