This exceptional property was originally built circa 1988 by Berkeley Homes, one of eight in a secure gated development within a leafy environment. Over the years, the current owners have practically rebuilt it to very high standards. From increasing the ground floor ceiling height, to replacing the staircase with a steel one with a solid brass hand rail and steel spindles to underfloor heating throughout the ground floor to new powder coated aluminium windows and casement doors.
The internal accommodation has been re-organised to include a formal triple aspect drawing room with a wood burning stove with a lovely marble fireplace surround and base and patterned tumble marbled floor which extends throughout the ground floor; a very spacious entrance hall with ample cupboards under the stairs with a triple galleried stairwell. The family living room is beautifully presented with another wood stove open plan onto the dining area with a built in wall unit and matching marble surface into the professionally designed kitchen. The extensive range of smeg appliances comprise of a steam oven, microwave, separate ovens, American fridge/freezer, 5 ring gas hob, dishwasher, plate warmer and a large stainless steel sink with mixer taps.
The newly created and extended utility room is extensively fitted with a wide range of wall and base units, another large stainless steel sink with mixer taps useful for washing boots and an additional fridge and freezer.
The second side entrance leads into a boot room with two walls of built in shelving and further built in coat cupboards. This area leads into the double garage equipped to be converted to further living space with cast iron radiator panels, work bench with a sink and shutters to the windows and a remote control up and over door. The easy rising staircase leads to the first floor with a lounge, shower room and bedroom with built in wardrobes, one of which has a secret door into the wardrobe of bedroom two of the main house.
Where not tiled, the whole house benefits from quality herringbone oak flooring including the stairs and landings. The entire joinery is all new as with the new taller internal panelled doors with designer door furniture. The landing boasts generous space and ample linen cupboards, with a double aspect. The principal bedroom with a southerly aspect over the new landscaped garden enjoys a walk in dressing room and luxuriously appointed bathroom with a separate bath, walk in wet shower, low level WC, bidet with twin wash basins on a custom built vanity unit with marble top and side panel with designer mixer taps and heated towel rails.
All bathrooms/shower rooms benefit from either a bidet or hand douche or internal spray. All are beautifully porcelain tiled with chrome fitments and ladder rack heated towel rails and under floor heating. The first and second floors have cast iron radiators to the bedrooms and common areas.
Bedroom four is currently used as a study with a wealth of custom built in shelves and desk with base drawers and floor to ceiling unit with glazed doors.
There are two further bedrooms on this level with one being en suite. The second floor comprises of two further double bedrooms with walk in dressing rooms, large wet shower rooms, a spacious games room with a vaulted ceiling, 2 large Velux windows, one of which converts into a Juliet balcony and French doors which open onto a terrace.
To the right hand side of the house is a plant room, home to the boiler and hot water tanks.
Offering exceptional accommodation in excellent order within the heart of the Coombe Estate keeping the warmth of the style of the house in a very countrified aspect.
The gardens have been completely re-landscaped with new mature screened borders, outside al fresco kitchen with a clay pizza oven and barbeque, outside shower room, log cabin style loggia with decked terrace and wood burner stove for that long summer night and decking to all the outside terraces all within approx 0.30 of an acre.
A prestigious house ideally placed in respect of Transport and education facilities. Knightsbridge by car is approximately 8 miles away and the much improved A3 within just a few minutes from Warren Road at the bottom of Kingston Hill or to the end of Coombe Lane West. From here, it is a straight forward journey to link up with the M25 motorway, which gives speedy access to both Gatwick and Heathrow Airports.
Trains stations at Norbiton and New Malden have regular services to London Waterloo where there is a direct Underground link to the City. The nearest tube station to Warren Cutting is at Wimbledon.
Warren Cutting is a short walk from Richmond Park, the largest of the capitals eight Royal Parks. At 2,368 acres of natural beauty it is home to the beautiful Isabella Plantation, Pembroke Lodge and herds of Red and Fallow deer, providing a picturesque setting in which to picnic, go horse ridings, jogging or just take a leisurely walk. The area also offers a wide range of recreational activities including boating on the River Thames, 8 prestigious golf courses between Coombe, Wimbledon and Richmond, tennis, squash and fitness at the Roehampton Club and David Lloyd Leisure Centre (as well as the All England Club in Wimbledon), horse racing at Sandown, Ascot and Kempton Park, quality theatres in Richmond and Wimbledon and numerous superb restaurants, boutiques and shops in every direction.
There are numerous excellent local schools for all ages, private, state, and a variety of international educational establishments many within walking distance, such as Marymount International School for girls, Rokeby School for Boys, Holy Cross prep for Girls and Coombe Hill infants and juniors along Coombe Lane West. Coombe Hill Infants & Juniors is within the catchment area as is Coombe Girls School. A wealth of other schools in Wimbledon and Kingston Town centres are all within easy reach as are others in Surrey and beyond serviced by School buses with pick up points around the area such as acs, leh, Hampton Boys, Reeds, Felton Fleet and so many more.
Kingston Town Centre is a short car drive away, offers a daily market together with an excellent retail shopping centre providing an outstanding range of goods and services away from the London crowds. Theatres at Kingston, Richmond and Wimbledon are also popular alternatives to the West End and both towns offer excellent choices of fine pubs, restaurants and bistros.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||4.1%||£727,475||3.1||1.5|
|Block of flats||0.3%||£775,000||0||0|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£398,317 (3)||£601,954 (14)||£828,151 (64)||£1,101,338 (58)||£1,898,915 (31)|
|Flats||£318,009 (52)||£464,626 (114)||£640,533 (9)||£615,000 (2)||-|
|All||£322,389 (55)||£479,646 (128)||£805,020 (73)||£1,085,127 (60)||£1,898,915 (31)|