Brand New Conversion of Grade II Listed Property, close to the
Entrance Hall I Lounge I Cloakroom I Bespoke Kitchen Dining Room I
2 Double Bedrooms main with ensuite shower I Family Bathroom I
Courtyard Garden I No Onward Chain
Wills and Smerdon proudly presents this recently renovated and
individually designed mid terrace cottage, archetypal of a mid 18th
Century Englishman‘s home, yet now offered with a modern,
contemporary feel. Steeped in history and brimming with character,
it has been finished to a very high standard throughout and
designed to maximise the space whether it be for day to day family
living or socialising with friends.
The accommodation includes entrance porch leading to a reception
room with bay window, downstairs cloakroom and to the rear, a
fabulous sitting family area opening onto the bespoke fitted
kitchen providing a superb open plan ‘hub of the home‘ fitted with
granite work surfaces, stunning downdraft extractors and
benefitting from a Neff induction hob and oven.
Opening out from the kitchen, the westerly backing rear garden
extends to approximately 40‘, tiered on two levels with a secluded
stone style patio with steps and a retaining wall rising to the
main body of the garden that has been laid to lawn.
From the reception area, the rising staircase gives access to the
first floor where there are two double bedrooms, one with ensuite
shower and the family bathroom, both of which benefit from
exquisite Italian wall and floor tiles.
Church Square is situated in Old Shepperton opposite the historic
Church Square with its picturesque Norman Church and cluster of
public houses and hotels. The area has a fascinating history with
strong links to Shepperton Film Studios and prior to that, in the
16th century, it is reputed in local folk law that the infamous
highwayman Dick Turpin used to frequent the original Anchor Inn
which stood on the site of the current Anchor Hotel, during the
restoration of which, a pistol was found!
Shepperton Lock and this pretty stretch of the River Thames are
within a half mile walk providing a wealth of recreational
facilities including Desborough Sailing Club, white water canoeing
at the weir, open water swimming on Ferris Lake and trout fishing
at Halliford Mere. Also close by is the Thames Path which runs from
the Thames Flood Barrier at Woolwich to Kemble in
For all of the shopping and eating opportunities you could need,
look no further than The Heart Shopping Centre in Walton on Thames
or Shepperton High Street. Both offer an excellent range of shops
and restaurants including Prezzo, Costa Coffee, The Three
Horseshoes and the Ivory Tusk.
Central London can be reached in 50 minutes from Shepperton Railway
station or alternatively, within a short drive you will find Walton
on Thames Station where the fastest train takes only 25 minutes.
Located nearby, Thamesmead Secondary School is an Academy School
for girls and boys and rated ‘Good‘ by Ofsted.
Viewings are highly recommended.
Tenure Freehold. Spelthorne Council. Tax Band tba
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