Accommodation comprises entrance via the ground floor with stairs rising to the first floor landing with inbuilt storage. A door leads through into the bright and spacious reception room with parquet wood flooring (evident through the majority of the property), striking brick surround fireplace, ample space for both relaxing and dining, and door leading out onto the balcony with garden views. The separate kitchen, with dual aspect windows, comprises a modern range of matching wall and base units with work surfaces incorporating inset sink unit and further space for appliances. There are two well sized double bedrooms, plus a stylish family bathroom with white three piece suite and elegant tiling.
The property is enviably located close to the beautiful open spaces of Wimbledon Common and Richmond Park, close to an array of fashionable bars, cafes and shops. Southfields and Wimbledon Park stations are both within easy reach providing excellent cross-London connections, and the area
is also well served by numerous regular bus routes. Putney and Wimbledon town centres are just a short distance away providing a further abundance of shops, bars, restaurants and amenities.
COMMENTS FROM THE OWNER
I bought my flat in 24 hours, having looked for two years, I knew straight away this was the flat I wanted. It was light and private as it's surrounded by lovely views and garden on all three sides as it's on a corner looking out onto the largest piece of land on the estate. The flat holds the heat well
as it's well built, stays cool in the summer, warm in the cold weather. Most of the time I can park right outside. Even though the gardens are communal the area around my flat has always felt very private and weather permitting I spend a lot of time outdoors, especially on the balcony which gets the sun all afternoon through to the evening in the summer. I've also never had any safety or security issues nor am I aware of any of the neighbours having any either which was always a concern in my previous flat.
2. I've been here 20 years and never been tempted to move until recently when my mother moved into a care home so is selling her house which I'm hoping to buy.
3. I've stayed for 20 years because it's always ticked all my boxes. It's right on a 24 hour bus route into Wimbledon or Putney and a short drive away from Kingston town centre which has everything. District line goes straight into High St. Kensington where my office used to be. I walk to Wimbledon village a lot through the common so often arrive at Bayley & Sage, the wonderful convenience store / deli in muddy wellies. The Windmill Cafe is two mins walk, great place to meet friends, still privately owned with homemade cakes. One of the things I'll miss the most when I leave the area is my local NHS surgery in Wimbledon Village which is a superb.