Carlile Place, Richmond, London, TW10
A charming three bedroom semi-detached family home in need of complete refurbishment on the popular Flowers estate.
The houses of Sundew Avenue and the surrounding area known as The Flowers have long been popular choices for people moving to Shepherds Bush. Built circa 1928 in responses to Herbert Morrisons call for homes for heroes these were to supply returning soldiers of the Great war better quality accommodation. It was felt that the poor housing of the pre-war period had led to a low quality of conscript and that it was a matter of national security that better housing be supplied. Consequently these houses were built with specified larger room sizes, larger plots so gardens could be cultivated and cavity walls for better insulation. These innovations are as welcome today as they would have been to our great grandparents and make these rewarding homes to improve and enjoy. This house would now benefit from some improvements and indeed can be extended quite substantially to the ground floor (subject to the usual consents). The accommodation as is comprises two generous reception rooms, a separate kitchen, three double bedrooms, a bathroom and separate WC. The house is offered with no onward chain and would make a wonderful family home. Viewings highly recommended.
Situated in the popular area known locally as 'The Flowers' Sundew Avenue is a delightful residential family road. Many local amenities and transport links are within easy reach, and Ark Conway primary school, rated outstanding by Ofsted, is literally around the corner.
Guide Price £1,750,000 Freehold