- Tenure: Share of freehold
- 1 Bedroom Apartment
- Private Garden
- Close to Local Amenities
- Modern Kitchen and Bathroom
- Short walk to the station
- Off-Street parking
Cheam Common Infants' Academy (0.2mi.)
Cheam Common Junior Academy (0.3mi.)
Dorchester Primary School (0.3mi.)
A smart, modern, one-bedroom apartment in a convenient location ideal for a first-time buyer or perhaps a buy-to-let investor, this property includes an enclosed rear garden, an office, a fitted kitchen and modern shower room.
The property is only a few minutes' walk from Worcester Park Station offering regular service to central London with buses to Sutton, Kingston and Wallington also stopping nearby.
The front door opens onto a bright and welcoming reception hall, a door to the right leading through to the bedroom, one to the left opening onto a large cloakroom cupboard and one more ahead to the study / dressing room.
An opening to the right beyond the bedroom leads through to the lounge and kitchen, with access from here to the shower room and rear garden.
LIVING ROOM / KITCHEN
Living room: 11' 1” (3.39m) x 10' 0” (3.06m)
Kitchen: 12' 0” (3.66m) x 6' 7” (2.00m)
The living room area benefits from bright but neutral décor, complemented by a warm, solid-wood floor and is heated by a wall-mounted vintage-style radiator. There's room enough for soft furnishings and a dining table around a decommissioned fireplace with a tiled hearth and a mantle shelf.
Additional shelving and storage has already been installed within an alcove on the right side of the chimney breast, while the room also includes fixtures and fittings for a wall-mounted, flat-screen TV.
A solid-wood door from here leads to the shower room while the kitchen is accessed via an open archway.
Laid out in an L shape, the kitchen also benefits from solid-wood flooring complemented by wooden worktops with olive-coloured shaker-style wall and base units fitted above and below. The design incorporates an electric oven and grill and a four ring electric hob beneath an extractor while a composite sink and drainer sits beneath a window overlooking the rear garden.
Pastel green splash-back tiles have been fitted above the cooking and preparation areas with overhead lighting provided by modern LED spotlights. An external door from the kitchen also leads to the patio in the rear garden – ideal for al-fresco dining or entertaining friends in the summer months.
7' 4” (2.24m) x 5' 7” (1.70m)
The study is accessed via a solid-wood door from the living room and is decorated in neutral colours, a single-pane casement window overlooking the rear garden. Currently used as a dressing room and study, the room boasts room for a single bed, and has the same hardwood floor and is equipped with power points.
11' 10” (3.60m) x 6' 8” (2.04m)
Partially tiled and equipped with modern, overhead LED spotlights, the contemporary-style shower room benefits from a tiled floor, a wall-mounted hand basin beneath a mirrored medicine cabinet, a dual-flush WC and wall-mounted, heated towel rail in white.
The shower cubicle is fitted with a rainfall shower head as well as a separate rinser attachment with shelving for toiletries beneath.
11' 1” (3.39m) x 10' 0” (3.06m)
The double bedroom is located at the front of the house, with large opaque casement windows screened by roller blinds allowing in plenty of natural light. Also decorated in neutral colours, the room is fitted with carpets with warmth provided by another vintage-style, wall-mounted radiator.
The brick-built terraced property is set back a little from the road and fronted by a block-paved area, bordered by a brick wall to the left and a timber fence to the right.
However, a door from the kitchen opens onto a flagstone patio flanked by timber-and-trellis fence panels for privacy. Additional trellis work already adorned with climbing ivy offers some greenery and variety, partially screening the lawn which leads down to a substantial blue-painted timber shed at the foot of the garden where mature trees offer shade and privacy from neighbouring homes.
Washington Road comprises a mix of terraced and semi-detached homes facing each other over small courtyard gardens in a residential area a little north of Central Road in Worcester Park, which lies between Epsom and Wimbledon.
Amenities within easy reach include a good selection of restaurants, hot food takeaways, coffee shops and cafes along Central Road (A2043), a Costcutter convenience store, a post office, a library, a branch of Boots and Superdrug, a number of high street banks, and a larger Waitrose supermarket.
However, travel to central London is relatively simple via Worcester Park Station, which offers South Western train services to Guildford, Dorking, and London Waterloo – the latter usually within a half-hour journey. Buses from Central Road also run regularly to Kingston, Sutton and Wallington.
These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property.
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