Elizabeth Way, Feltham TW13


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  • Bedrooms: 3
A wonderful, detached family house with a wealth of character and charm retaining many original features, with three double bedrooms, and a delightful south west facing private rear garden. The property, much loved and cared for by the same family since it was built in 1958, offers good potential for further improvement and extension, subject to the usual consents, and truly must be seen.

Situated within Hanworth Park conservation area, Elizabeth Way forms part of the prestigious Hanworth Park Tudor Estate, an area steeped in rich history, formerly a royal Manor also known as Hanworth Palace which was used by King Henry VIII and his daughter Elizabeth 1. Today the local area supports families with sought-after local schools and an array of sporting opportunities nearby include 5-a-side football, and rugby and football clubs. The extensive green space of Hanworth Park is moments away.

A spacious entrance hallway with a walk in under stairs storage cupboard with a frosted window, has doors to all rooms. The through reception room is garden facing and an arch separates defined sitting and dining reception areas. There is a character feature fireplace, serving hatch to the kitchen, and French style doors to the garden. The kitchen is front aspect and has a range of modern fitted units with an integrated double oven, four ring hob and extractor. There is space and plumbing for a washing machine, space for an upright fridge freezer, and a concealed wall mounted gas central heating boiler. A side aspect door leads to the pedestrian side path. The cloakroom W.C has a hand basin and a frosted window. Stairs lead to the spacious first floor landing with large window, access to loft space via a pull-down ladder, and doors to all rooms.

The master bedroom is a bright double aspect room with two built-in wardrobes with cupboard space above. There are two further spacious, double bedrooms, both rear aspect with attractive views, one of which has a built-in wardrobe and an airing cupboard, both with cupboard space above. The family bathroom and W.C has a white suite with a cast iron bath with a hot and cold mixer tap, and handheld shower attachment. There is a pedestal wash basin, frosted window, and part tiled walls.

Additional features include high ceilings, original Crittall windows, original doors, and gas central heating. The next homeowner may wish to take advantage of the original solid oak strip wood flooring, which has been preserved under carpet throughout the ground floor, apart from the kitchen.

Outside there is a lawned front garden with rose bushes and spring bulbs. A driveway providing off street parking leads to the integral garage with traditional double doors, light, and door to the rear garden. A gate provides pedestrian side access with shrub borders and a tap, and leads to the secluded, south west facing private rear garden. This wonderful, established woodland garden is mainly laid to lawn with a lovely selection of spring bulbs, and apple, pear, fig, and walnut trees.

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