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Viewings seven days a week including Bank Holidays. Laurels are delighted to present to the market this remarkable eight-bedroom, Tudor-style house on a quiet residential street in Surbiton. This unique property boasts well over 7000 square feet of living space on a substantial plot, with a carriage driveway which is big enough to accommodate at least ten cars, and ornate grounds that provide the perfect setting for this incredible home. Within fifteen minutes’ walk from Surbiton station, providing access to the city in just 20 minutes, and even less to highly acclaimed coffee shops and restaurants, this property is absolutely perfect for a family looking for a home with sophistication.
The ground floor comprises of three reception rooms; that are bright, airy and homely. There’s a grand dining room, ideal for entertaining, and a vast kitchen with island and double oven, lots of storage space, and pantry attached. A further hallway leads to a utility room and the back door of the property. To the right side of the kitchen is a second seated area that could be used for dining, and beyond that a huge conservatory, with doors leading into the grounds surrounding the property, a haven for summer entertainment. Below the ground floor is a basement which is currently used as a library.
Ascending the grand central staircase to the first floor, the hallway leads to an incredible eight double bedrooms, all with ample space. The main bedroom, on the right wing of the first floor, has vast amounts of storage, and leads to a well sized en-suite with walk-in shower. A further two bedrooms have walk-in wardrobes, and all have views onto the grounds of the property. There are two huge bathrooms on the first floor, both equipped with showers and finished to a high standard.
Having once played host to royal dignitaries and politicians, this is your chance to own a piece of history built by Thomas Henry Wilson in 1931.
Additional benefits include vast property grounds with tall trees and hedges for additional exclusivity, bannisters uniquely crafted from a single wooden piece, each with originally designed flowers carved into them, a double, bricked garage, and access to a huge loft. This property falls under Kingston Upon Thames Council in council tax band H, and has an EPC rating of D.
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