A stunning, detached Georgian house originating, we believe around 1741 and offering approximately 2814 sqft of accommodation across two floors, behind classic Georgian brick façade under a slate tiled roof. The property is grade II listed and has been sympathetically restored and modernised to offer all the conveniences of contemporary living, combined with the graceful proportions and features of all the Georgian era. The period features retained include original box sash windows with shutters, feature fireplaces, elegant staircase, beamed ceilings and attractive brickwork. The property further benefits from partial secondary glazing and contemporary kitchen and bathrooms. A property of this calibre rarely comes to the market and we recommend early viewings.
On the ground floor there is a practically large and welcoming reception hall with magnificent brick fireplace and doors leading off to a splendid, double reception room featuring two working fireplaces, wooden floors and new French doors to the rear garden. A further door leads to a cosy front aspect family room which has double doors through to the breakfast area and kitchen. The kitchen is spacious and well fitted with wooden floor, attractive timber units and a central island. From the kitchen a door leads to the bright garden room/study, which has direct access to the rear garden, and a return to the front of the house via the back hall, which has doors off to the downstairs WC and boiler/utility room. On the first floor there is a master bedroom suite, offering a lovely, rear aspect double bedroom with beamed ceiling, leading to a spacious en-suite bath/shower room with a magnificent free standing central bath, which in turn leads onto a dressing room with built in wardrobes. Three further attractive double bedrooms and a modern family bathroom complete this substantial family home.
Manor Cottage is situated on a corner plot with a frontage bounded by iron railings. Go the rear is an exceptional walled garden mainly laid to lawn with well stocked borders and mature trees, plus a stone terrace. There is also a large garage.
Sunbury is a delightful riverside village with ancient origins which extends from the River Thames northwards to the M3. For the commuter, Sunbury station with its regular train service to London Waterloo is within walking distance and motorway links are easily accessed via junction 1 on the M3 which is less that a mile away. Local shopping facilities are provided by Sunbury Cross and the shopping parade in The Avenue while Walton-Upon-Thames with its extensive shopping and leisure facilities is easily accessed by car or bus. The area offers popular local schools both state and private as well as many attractions for all the family.
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