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Kingston Hill
020 8549 3366

Manorgate Road, Surrey, Kingston Upon Thames, KT2

Guide Price £1,000,000

For sale

  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 3 Reception rooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 1637 sq/feet

Superb opportunity to acquire a 4 bedroom detached house with planning permission to extend. In an ideal location, just a 3 min walk from Norbiton Station while Richmond Park and Kingston Town Centre are also close by.

Overview


Superb opportunity to acquire a 4 bedroom detached house with planning to permission to extend. In an ideal location, just a 3 min walk from Norbiton Station while Richmond Park and Kingston Town Centre are also close by.
Approved planning for an additional master en-suite bedroom above the garage. Plans could be tweaked to suit new owner needs.
Presented to the market in good order and is sure to make a fabulous family home.

See vendors comment below:

We have spent many happy years in this house raising our family. The children went to Coombe Hill Primary and Junior schools, and there is excellent secondary provision within the Borough.
About 14 years ago the Council created the “Home Zone” within Manorgate Road and Wolverton Avenue based on a Dutch concept of giving pedestrians priority over cars, having a 20 mile per hour zone and echelon parking. This has created a road which is much more pleasant to walk down and has reduced the volume and speed of traffic.
The road has an active Residents Association which organises several social events based around when the road is closed for ‘weeding and feeding’ of the communal planting. There is normally food and drink provided, entertainment for the children as well as a live band in the evening for the adults. This year saw the first ‘Christmas Lights’ event. The group communicates via social media and you will see the Notice Board on the bend of the road. The Residents Association continues to grow and brings everyone together for the common good of the road and its inhabitants.
Just around the corner is Norbiton Parade with its shops and restaurants. The fishmonger and butcher are always willing to help with cooking tips and are happy to order in anything you may need for a special meal. The Fish and Chip Shop is our regular.
You will find many of your neighbours in the Black Horse, which is family and dog friendly and also a great place to catch up with friends. It organises lots of events so I am sure you will find something to suit and it is gradually becoming another vital element of community.
Richmond Park is a great asset to have on your doorstep. We went cycling round it when the kids were young, taught them how to fly kites and horse-ride and now use it for walking the dog. It is really a fantastic outdoor space and we continue to be amazed that you can see red and fallow deer, owls, rabbits and any number of wild birds every day of the year. Our children also made good use of the River learning how to kayak and canoe and using the tow path to walk, cycle and jog to Hampton Court or Teddington Lock.
For us, the house and area gave us everything we needed for a growing energetic family and allowed us to create unforgettable memories, but now it is time for our own adventure. The house has seen many celebrations whether it be birthdays, anniversaries, and even exam results and we are sure it will continue to provide a fun and joyful place for any new owner.