IntroductionGrove Road, Sutton
DescriptionOPEN DAY 26 MARCH. Having had just four previous owners, a rare opportunity arises to acquire this substantial six bedroom Edwardian period, semi detached family home set over three floors. Built in 1908 the property has a wealth of period features which sit perfectly with the refurbishment undertaken by the current owners. The property is situated in the Landseer Conservation Area on the borders of Cheam and Sutton, just 10 minutes from both Cheam and Sutton mainline rail stations that serve both London Victoria and London Bridge. Cheam village offers a variety of shops and restaurants whilst Sutton provides the larger high street stores. Numerous well regarded nurseries, primary and secondary schools are within easy reach. The area is also well served by a variety of excellent leisure facilities including both Cuddington and Banstead Downs Golf Clubs, Epsom & Sutton Rugby Club and Sutton Cricket Club.
On the ground floor there is a spacious living room and amazing open plan Kitchen/Diner with 3 Neff ovens. The kitchen extends to a sizeable family room with bi-fold doors opening out onto a sandstone patio. Included on the ground floor is a downstairs WC, utility room, and a storage area beyond that links the tradesman entrance at the front of the house to the garden. On the first floor the property offers four generous sized bedrooms and a family bathroom. On the second floor there are two further well sized bedrooms, one with an ensuite bathroom, a shelved box room and laddered access to the boarded loft.
The property offers a large, private, mature south facing 100 ft garden with a screened area leading to a children's summer house, two sizeable sheds and a private play area. To the front of the property there is off street parking for two vehicles.
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