Occupying an enviable plot on the borders of Carshalton and Morden, this three/four bedroom semi-detached house offers a wealth of potential either for extension or further planning, subject to the necessary planning consents. Well maintained by the current owners, the property provides bright and spacious, versatile accommodation in its current configuration, with plenty of further scope for customisation to own taste. Externally, however, there is significant further potential, with gardens to both the side and rear and a lengthy driveway approaching a detached private garage. Internally, the accommodation comprises; Entrance leading into a bright and spacious reception room with a side aspect window, ample space for relaxing and entertaining, and a doorway through to a versatile further reception/fourth bedroom with direct access to the garden. A large further reception/dining room enjoys an attractive front aspect bay as well as a feature fireplace and door to an inner hallway. From the inner hall, there is a separate kitchen, comprising an older style range of matching wall and base units with work surfaces incorporating an inset sink unit and additional space for appliances. A rear lobby provides a door to the garden, as well as to the family bathroom and adjacent separate WC. To the first floor, there are three well proportioned bedrooms as well as access to a generous eaves storage area.
The property is conveniently located within easy access of Mitcham, Sutton and Morden, with the nearest railway stations at Mitcham Junction and St Helier providing excellent links into Central London. Tramlink services also run from nearby Mitcham Junction connecting Croydon, Beckenham and Wimbledon town centres. There are a variety of local shops and amenities nearby, with Sutton, Croydon and Wimbledon only a short distance away providing a more extensive selection as well as restaurants and bars. The area is also well served by excellent local schools and lovely open spaces, including Poulter Park and Morden Hall Park.
Viewings are highly recommended