Cedar Terrace, Richmond, TW9

  • Address

    Cedar Terrace, Richmond, TW9

  • Price


  • Property

    4 Bedroom

  • Details

    1 Reception, 2 Bathrooms



A beautifully finished four bedroom house situated on a quiet street close to Richmond town centre and all amenities. This well designed and presented house features a spacious reception room with wooden floors leading into a modern fully fitted kitchen. The first floor comprises two well proportioned double bedrooms and a lovely family bathroom. To the second floor there is double bedroom with additional en-suite bathroom and a fourth bedroom/office. At the rear of the property is a pretty landscaped garden. The accommodation is finished to a high specification throughout and is located on a quiet street close to Richmond town centre with all of its amenities. EPC: C


4 bedrooms 2 bathrooms (one en-suite) Private garden Newly refurbished Quiet street 7 minutes walk to Richmond Station

Local Authority: TBC
Council Tax Band: F

Rental Deposit

Deposit payable: 4730 fixed



Cedar Terrace, Richmond, TW9 2JE

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