Approached via a smart front garden laid with York Stone paving with smart lavender flower beds to the front door. The glazed front door opens in to a wide hallway with a wood floor that runs throughout the ground floor and there is good understairs storage. A door to the right leads into a generous reception room with a coal-effect, gas fire with a cast iron mantelpiece and slate hearth. There is a double glazed window to the front with plantation shutters. To the rear of the house is an open plan Kitchen/dining room leading out to the garden. The kitchen offers a good range of wall and base units topped with a granite work surface housing a bowl and a half stainless steel sink with a window above. Integrated appliances include a 4 ring gas hob with electric oven below and extractor fan above and a Smeg dishwasher, there is additional space for a freestanding washing machine and fridge freezer. There is also in larder housing the Worcester gas combination boiler and providing useful storage space. The garden has a York stone patio leading to a lawn with raised decking to the rear and mature flower beds either side. Up on the first floor there is a beautiful family bathroom with tiled floor with under-floor heating and tiled walls. There is a bath with wall mounted overhead shower and separate handheld shower attachment, wash basin with storage below and mirror above, W.C. And a wall mounted heated towel rail and underfloor heating. To the rear of the house is a double bedroom with a double glazed window with plantation shutters overlooking the garden. To the front of the house is another good double bedroom with two sets of fitted wardrobes providing hanging and shelving space also with cleverly built-in drawers and display shelving. There is window to the front also with plantation shutters. Finally there is another smaller bedroom to the front with a double glazed window and plantation shutters, normally used as a child's room or study but it can fit a double bed. On the landing there is storage over the stairs and loft access. The house also has potential to extend into the loft and to the rear.
Situation Lidiard Road is a quiet residential street set in the Magdalen Estate. At one end it leads to Openview and the playing fields of the Spencer Club and at the other end is a playground making it ideal for families. Earlsfield Train Station is a short walk away with trains direct to Waterloo and all the bars, shops, restaurants and other amenities of Garratt Lane are within easy reach.
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