Canberra Place, Richmond, TW9

  • Address

    Canberra Place, Richmond, TW9

  • Price

    £4250pm

  • Property

    4 Bedroom

  • Details

    1 Reception, 2 Bathrooms

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A fantastic, newly built terrace house located in a small popular development with allocated off-street parking situated in a convenient location for North Sheen station, Kew Village and bus routes to central Richmond.
The property has been recently extended and refurbished to include a wonderful open plan kitchen / reception room with wood burner and patio doors leading to a sunny rear garden. The ground floor further benefits from an office / bedroom 4, a downstairs cloakroom and amble storage. The first and second floors offer 3 double bedrooms, 2 further bathrooms.

Highlights

Modern family home
Recently extended and refurbished to an exceptional standard.
New kitchen with modern integrated applicants
Off Street parking
3/4 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
Amble storage throughout
Pretty rear garden
Furnished / Unfurnished

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Canberra Place, Richmond, TW9 4NB

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