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4 Bedrooms Terraced House for sale in Laleham

4 Bedrooms Terraced House - £625,000

Laleham

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First listed on: 12th November 2016

Nearest stations: Chertsey (1.5 mi)Shepperton (1.8 mi)Staines (2 mi)Addlestone (2.1 mi)Ashford (Middlesex) (2.4 mi)

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Property Features

  • Forming one of a cloister of 8 homes within this exclusive private gated development.
  • Magnificent coach house conversion
  • Set in 9 acres of parkland grounds
  • 3 bedrooms + nursery/study
  • Bathroom and shower room

Property Description

Tenure: Freehold

We understand 3 Abbey Mews was formally the coach house to Laleham House. Today it forms a magnificent home of immense character with well-proportioned accommodation and a wealth of character. Our clients have extended, with the addition a bespoke hardwood, double-glazed conservatory. An oak front door leads into the reception hall that sets the scene with its oak floor. To one side is a turning staircase with a useful guest cloak/shower room under. The drawing room is a delightful and spacious room with its high, beamed ceiling, oak plank floor and open red brick fireplace. To the front windows overlook the courtyard and to the rear a pair of French doors open into the conservatory that is useable all year round with under floor heating, making it a practical and useful second reception room. The kitchen/dining room also overlooks and opens onto the garden. The kitchen area has been attractively fitted with a range of hand painted Shaker style units inset with a gas fired range cooker with a stainless steel chimney cooker hood. Provision has been made for a dishwasher/washing machine and American style refrigerator. To the first floor are 4 bedrooms and the family bathroom. The fourth bedroom would make a good study/nursery and was formally an en-suite to the master bedroom and could be re-instated as the plumbing remains. All the rooms have their own individual character with fanlight windows and exposed beams. The double aspect master bedroom is of a generous size with ample room for freestanding furniture. Completing the accommodation is the family bathroom that has been attractively refitted with a period style white suite.

Laleham Abbey, formally known as Laleham House was built for the Second Earl of Lucan in 1805. The estate has had a long and colourful history having undergone many uses over the years including a convent, a convalescence hospital during the war and a girls\' boarding school. In 1932, the estate was purchased by The Community of St Peter the Apostle, from whence its name changed to Laleham Abbey. In the early 1980’s The Abbey, dormitory block, stables and estate offices were converted into privately owned residential units. The mid 19th Century stable yard and estate offices were skilfully divided into eight individually designed dwellings with a cloister running around a central quadrangle garden inset with an ornamental raised pond.

Estate Charge: £516.59 per half year. Council Tax: Band F
We understand 3 Abbey Mews was formally the coach house to Laleham House. Today it forms a magnificent home of immense character with well-proportioned accommodation and a wealth of character. Our clients have extended, with the addition a bespoke hardwood, double-glazed conservatory. An oak front door leads into the reception hall that sets the scene with its oak floor. To one side is a turning staircase with a useful guest cloak/shower room under. The drawing room is a delightful and spacious room with its high, beamed ceiling, oak plank floor and open red brick fireplace. To the front windows overlook the courtyard and to the rear a pair of French doors open into the conservatory that is useable all year round with under floor heating, making it a practical and useful second reception room. The kitchen/dining room also overlooks and opens onto the garden. The kitchen area has been attractively fitted with a range of hand painted Shaker style units inset with a gas fired range cooker with a stainless steel chimney cooker hood. Provision has been made for a dishwasher/washing machine and American style refrigerator. To the first floor are 4 bedrooms and the family bathroom. The fourth bedroom would make a good study/nursery and was formally an en-suite to the master bedroom and could be re-instated as the plumbing remains. All the rooms have their own individual character with fanlight windows and exposed beams. The double aspect master bedroom is of a generous size with ample room for freestanding furniture. Completing the accommodation is the family bathroom that has been attractively refitted with a period style white suite.

Laleham Abbey, formally known as Laleham House was built for the Second Earl of Lucan in 1805. The estate has had a long and colourful history having undergone many uses over the years including a convent, a convalescence hospital during the war and a girls\' boarding school. In 1932, the estate was purchased by The Community of St Peter the Apostle, from whence its name changed to Laleham Abbey. In the early 1980’s The Abbey, dormitory block, stables and estate offices were converted into privately owned residential units. The mid 19th Century stable yard and estate offices were skilfully divided into eight individually designed dwellings with a cloister running around a central quadrangle garden inset with an ornamental raised pond.

Estate Charge: £516.59 per half year. Council Tax: Band F
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14/05/2017 Property listed at £625,000
14/11/2016 Property listed at £665,000

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This property is marketed by

Curchods Estate Agents, Shepperton

58 High Street

Shepperton

Middlesex

TW17 9AU

Telephone: See phone number 01932 230033

Disclaimer

Disclaimer Property reference F476A8F32F28DE_379379. Details are provided and maintained by Curchods Estate Agents. Nethouseprices.com makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of aforementioned details.

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58 High Street

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Telephone: See phone number 01932 230033

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