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SOLD!

Alexandra Road, Thames Ditton, KT7

£699,950

SOLD!  Located on this ever popular ‘river road’ in the heart of the quaint Thames Ditton village is this well presented three bedroom end of terrace Victorian family home.

This much loved home comprises; entrance hallway with stripped wooden flooring, a good size reception room with original feature fireplace and bay window overlooking the front garden. Combined with the dining area the rooms offer a large and versatile space perfect for family entertaining, there is also a double glazed sash window overlooking the rear garden in the dining room. The kitchen/breakfast room has been extended and is complete with integrated appliances and double doors leading out to the South facing garden which is laid to lawn with mature borders, side access and backs on to the Summer Road recreational fields. There is also a WC to the ground floor.

Leading up the well-appointed stairs to the first floor is the master bedroom with double glazed twin sash windows, there is another double bedroom and a good sized single, both with double glazed sash windows and a family bathroom. The property further benefits from income earning solar PV and potential to extend (STPP) to the rear and the side on the ground floor.
We believe this lovely property lends itself to families looking for a property close to the villages’ amenities and Thames Ditton infants and junior schools.

Alexandra Road is conveniently located near to the River Thames, Surbiton and Thames Ditton town centres as well as Kingston and all of its amenities. There are excellent transport links with direct trains from Surbiton and Thames Ditton to Waterloo and for the motorist, the A3 is within easy reach. Alexandra Road is in close proximity to some highly sought after schools such as Thames Ditton infants and juniors, Hinchley Wood infants, juniors and secondary schools

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