A traditional mid-Victorian semi-detached townhouse, full of character with high ceilings, driveway parking, integral garage, and a good size family rear garden extending to nearly 80 feet in depth.
This imposing Victorian home boasts attractive elevations combining London stock brick and stone work to the facade. Built naturally over three floors the property provides extremely versatile living space - particularly ground and top floors - with a gross internal area in excess of 2,300 ft2 / 214 m2. The current owners have improved the property considerably during their tenure, most notably an impressive rear extension (approx. 8.4 x 6.7m), incorporating a high-end Callaghan kitchen / dining / family room / and media/desk work space. This really is wonderful light filled room, enhanced by bespoke fitments and underfloor heating, making a fantastic space to entertain and for the whole family to integrate.
Off to the far corner of the kitchen is good size laundry / utility room with sink and side door, and staircase leading up to an office with built-in desk. Alternatively, this area could be used as a gym or home business with potential to meet clients independently due to the side door access. To complete the ground floor accommodation there is a lovely front drawing room laid with walnut flooring, including a bay window and feature fireplace, a guest W.C off the hallway, with further storage and under stairs coats cupboard.
An original Victorian oak staircase has been restored and returns through the centre of the house connecting two good size landings with independent access to all rooms. The first floor provides two double bedrooms both with fitted wardrobes; the front bedroom enjoying use of an en-suite bathroom. The top floor reveals two children's bedrooms and a fifth room set-up as a play room / TV room with built-in cupboards. This floor is served by a beautifully appointed main family bathroom / part wet room with large walk-in rain shower, marble tiling, double ended free standing bath, as well as underfloor heating.
Externally the front garden has driveway parking for two cars with double doors to the garage. It should be noted there is useful side access and additional garden area with storage shed. The rear garden was landscaped and includes a recently laid lawn with stone terrace, and is planted with large Photinia (red robin) trees along the back fence and laurel hedging along the side fence — now well established and positioned for growth and privacy. Landscaping also included a Capital Play In Ground inset trampoline (14X10) with safety enclosure.
Location: Cranmer Road is a well regarded road with prominent period architecture. Hampton Hill High Street with excellent amenities, shops, restaurants and theatre, along with gated access to Royal Bushy Park are easily accessible, whilst the area is renowned for superb private and state schools; Hampton Boys and Lady Eleanor Hollis Schools, as well as Twickenham Prep, Carlisle Primary School and Hampton Hill Junior School (0.3m). Fulwell train station is (0.8m) and the A316 (0.7m) provides direct access to the M3/M25 - connecting Heathrow Airport - and into central London.