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Ref/JD0093- CHAIN FREE- Fantastic three bedroom Victorian house with a beautiful garden and a driveway offered with the potential to extend into the loft space and to the rear (STPP). Situated conveniently in a residential road, this semi-detached family home is within walking distance from outstanding schools like Kingston University, Kingston School of Art, Surbiton High School and a stroll away from the beautiful River Thames with all its attractions. The property is also surrounded by great transport links and within easy reach to Surbiton and Kingston stations and both town centres.
The family home is quite charming starting with its archway front porch and welcoming hallway. In addition to its character and period features, it is kept in great condition throughout with the scope to be modernised.
The ground floor layout comprises two receptions rooms (open plan) with plenty of daylight, a separate kitchen with a side door opening to the garden and a guest WC. The front reception room is delightful with its bay window and featured fireplace whilst the rear section is being used as a dining area, enjoying the views of the manicured garden also accessible via the sliding patio doors.
The three bedrooms are all upstairs on the first floor benefitting from a lovely family bathroom, laundry and the loft space for storage. Two of them are large double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes. The third one is a single bedroom that can be used either as a study or an extra laundry room.
The property further benefits from double glazed windows throughout, an electric remote canopy on the patio and a CCTV camera. It would be perfect if you are looking for a family home with the potential to extend in Kingston.
Did you know?
The name Kingston is of Old English origin and means "king's town”.
Kingston upon Thames (hyphenated until 1965, colloquially known as Kingston) is a town in the Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames, South West London, England. ... It is notable as the ancient market town in which Saxon kings were crowned and today is the administrative centre of the Royal Borough.
Kingston upon Thames is a thriving town with a wide range of bars and restaurants as well as both Eden Walk and Bentall Shopping centre’s located less than 1 mile away from where you’ll find a number of leading high-street brands.
Fassett Road is close to this vibrant town centre and just a stroll away from Kingston's riverfront where you can find quality restaurants at your fingertips, providing an almost unbeatable City lifestyle but a relaxed version of it.
Fassett Road is located less than 1 mile from both Kingston and Surbiton train stations with direct trains to London Waterloo that can arrive in as little as 20 minutes. Regular train services also provide access to Twickenham, Wimbledon and Kempton Park. Both Kingston & Surbiton stations are situated in Zone 6.
Schools and Attractions
Surrounded by outstanding schools, Fassett Road is also close to many attractions in the area like Athelstan Recreation Ground, Knights Park Library, The King’s Field and Hampton Court Palace to name a few.