The Property Partnership are delighted to offer this stunningly remodelled period house with a south-facing garden and potential to convert the vacant loft area subject to the required consent, ideally located just a short walk from St. Margaret's village and offered with no onward chain.
This house has been painstakingly refurbished and redesigned with a real depth of quality and thoughtfulness. Almost every aspect has been recently upgraded, including the front facia, plumbing, electrics, double-glazed sash windows, hardwood flooring, period-style radiators, bespoke shutters and boiler. Accommodation to the ground floor currently comprises a newly installed porch, an entrance hall with WC, an elegant sitting room and a striking contemporary kitchen-diner with crittall inspired double doors, leading out to a landscaped south-facing rear garden with a patio and further seating area. Accessed from the kitchen, there is also a wonderful home office enjoying views over the garden from a large architectural 'box' window. A must see. Upstairs a generous double bedroom with built-in wardrobes is complimented by a further double bedroom and a family bathroom with a separate shower. It is understood that the addition of a further double bedroom and en-suite bathroom could be made at second floor level under permitted development, subject to the ratification of the local authority.
This is a truly remarkable home close to Ofsted 'outstanding' schools, amenities and transport links, and offered with no onward chain to facilitate completion prior to the end of the current Stamp Duty holiday. Ailsa Avenue is a pretty road of period houses, offering an especially welcoming community and perfectly situated to enjoy both St. Margaret's village and nearby Richmond, the latter so easily accessible by foot, car or public transport.
From Richmond Bridge St. Margaret's is just a short amble down the St. Margaret's Road. This most endearing village has a strong sense of community, and is served by a wonderful selection of independent shops and restaurants along Crown Road and around the mainline station. The river and glorious expanses of Marble Hill Park mark the easterly boundary, while on the other side of the A316 St. Margaret's stretches as far as Talbot Road. With Moormead Park (home to the annual St. Margaret's Fair), riverside walks into Richmond and its outstanding local schools and thriving independent amenities, 'St. Mags' really is every inch the urban village.
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