Guide Price £2,250,000 SOLD
- 6 Bedrooms
- 3 Receptions
This is the first time in 24 years this truly wonderful family home is being marketed for sale, boasting charm and character with an amazing 152 foot long South facing rear garden. The accommodation, which is arranged over three floors, offers a spacious formal Drawing Room/Dining Room, an L-shaped Kitchen/breakfast family room, spacious entrance hall, ground floor shower room, four bedrooms to the first floor with two bathrooms (one en suite), and three further rooms to the second floor. In addition, the double garage has been converted as an office but could be further developed as self-contained cottage with a double garage reinstated off the spacious forecourt. The overall plot is approx. 0.44 of an acre.
Coombe Lane West links two major town centres, Kingston and Wimbledon. Both have excellent shopping facilities, from department stores housing concessions found in famous West End Streets and specialized boutiques to a wide range of restaurants meeting the palates from across the world. The A3 trunk road offers fast access to central London and both Gatwick and Heathrow airports via the M25 motorway network. The nearest train station at Raynes Park is within walking distance, though the 57 bus route runs along Coombe Lane West and provides frequent services to Waterloo with its underground links to points throughout the city. The immediate area offers a wide range of recreational facilities including five golf courses, tennis and squash clubs and many leisure centres. The 2,360 acres of Richmond Park, area of outstanding beauty easily accessed from Kingston Gate and Ladderstile Gate, provide a picturesque setting in which to picnic, go horse riding, jogging or just take a leisurely walk. Theatres at Wimbledon and Richmond are also popular alternatives to the West End. There are numerous excellent local schools for all ages, private, state and a variety of international educational establishments many within walking distance.
Coombe Grange offers accommodation of approx. 2,867 sq ft (267 sqm) with an additional 450 sq ft (42 sq m) for the office area. The property is approached off Coombe Lane West to a crazy paved forecourt offering ample off street parking with a mature garden offering seclusion to the front of the house. A mock Tudor central gable leads to the oak pillared porch with a terracotta tiled floor to the original solid oak front door. The spacious entrance hall, with the pine balustrade stairwell and dado rail, leads via double pine doors with leaded glass panels to the formal dining room with a wide arch leading to the formal drawing room with a bay window offering beautiful southerly views over the landscaped and mature rear garden. The formal drawing room also features a pine fireplace with inset ceramic tiles and a cast iron inset with marble base within an inglenook recess bordered by bookshelves and base cupboards similar to the dining room but without a fireplace. The dining room also benefits from a deep built-in cupboard and a square bay to the front elevation.
The kitchen, which offers an excellent range of limed oak wall and base units with a stainless steel double oven, hob and extractor fan above with an integrated dishwasher, integrated fridge and double bowl sink with mixer tap, offers ample space for a large dining table ideal for daily family dining. This fabulous room opens into the family area with a built-in cupboard housing the gas fired boiler and leads to the utility room which also has a good range of wall and base units with space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer, fridge/freezer and access to the side courtyard.
The ground floor also offers a shower room with a low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin with a pitched pine cladded ceiling. The easy rising staircase leads to a spacious first floor landing which serves a master bedroom with an en suite bathroom, a complete wall lined with built-in cupboards and a bay window offering views towards the rear garden, three further double bedrooms, family bathroom with separate WC. The matching stairwell leads to the second floor where two further double bedrooms can be found and a study/bedroom with pitched ceiling to both sides.
Rear Garden There is a crazy paved terrace spanning the rear width of the property flanked by a beautiful wisteria to the rear of the house with steps down to the large rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn. The garden is well stocked with fruit trees and various bushes, trees and perennial plants leading to a small L-shaped part of the garden currently used as a composting area. To the courtyard area are two large sheds, a Wendy House and access to the studio/office, previously the double garage which has been double glazed, insulated and wired up for flexible uses.
- Tenure Freehold
- Guide Price £2,250,000 Subject to Contract
- Local Authority The Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames
- Tax Banding G
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