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Queens Road


This detached 1930s family house is lateral living at its very best. Arranged over two floors and characterised by the high ceilings and spacious rooms typical of this period of architecture - it’s the ultimate family home. The wide inviting entrance hall leads onto a dining room with large bay window to the front of the house and a living room to the rear with direct access through glass doors to the West facing garden. The ground floor also comprises the kitchen, utility and cloakroom. On the first half landing is the first of the five bedrooms with a shower room. There are a further three bedrooms plus the master bedroom with en-suite on the first floor. Plenty of space for a full additional bathroom on this floor without sacrificing a bedroom. The loft is all ready for a straight forward conversion to add an additional double bedroom with en-suite.

The gated driveway at the front of the house accommodates parking for two cars plus there’s a garage, which could easily be incorporated into the main house for additional living accommodation if required.

The lawned west facing garden stretches to 82 ft and is beautifully landscaped with mature shrubs and trees. At the far end is a raised patio area with a Summer house, that would make an ideal home-office, gymnasium or teenage hangout.

The house has been well maintained by the current owners, who very recently installed a new Worecster Bosch combination boiler and megaflow system Situated on the lower end of Queens Road (name after Queen Victoria in 1840), it’s a five minute stroll to North Sheen woods and from there, the 2,500 acres of Richmond Park. There’s uninterrupted views across the playing fields and common from the front bedrooms. The property is also conveniently located for both Richmond town centre and the Station and is well served for bus routes running, up the hill to Kingston and then to the East, Putney, Fulham and beyond.

As any parent would testify, to be in the guaranteed school catchment for the most highly rated school in the area is quite something. Sixteen primary schools from Richmond- Upon-Thames made it to The Times Top 500 Primary Schools in the UK and this family home is in the guaranteed catchment for the highest rated school - Marshgate Primary School. It's also in the catchment for the next two in the Richmond ratings - Holy Trinity & St Elizabeth's.

Further up the road, Christ’s Secondary School, already rated Good by Ofsted, is climbing the ranks and gaining in popularity. Ofsted rated Outstanding Grey Court School in Ham and Waldegrave School for Girls in Twickenham are also attended by children on this Road.

Price £2m 

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