Sandycombe Road, Kew, TW9

  • Address

    Sandycombe Road, Kew, TW9

  • Price


  • Property

    2 Bedroom

  • Details

    2 Receptions, 2 Bathrooms

  • Tenure




Impressive Victorian two double bedroom cottage beautifully presented and benefiting from a well proportioned and bright internal arrangement with scope for further extension/loft conversion if required (STUC).

Retaining immense charm and character the property features an attractive through reception room, extended luxury kitchen/breakfast room, double height vaulted ceiling in bedroom one, first floor bathroom and ground floor shower room. Outside to the rear there is a delightful garden of good size with pleasant aspect beyond. Conveniently located within easy reach of both Kew Gardens underground station, North Sheen mainline station and local village shops.


2 Bedrooms
2 Reception rooms
2 Bathrooms
Extended kitchen/breakfast room
Potential to loft convert (STUC)
Beautiful presentation
Charming interior

Local Authority: Richmond Upon Thames
Council Tax Band: E



Sandycombe Road, Kew, TW9 2EP

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