Caxton Road, SW19
This is a beautifully presented, Victorian, end of terrace, property with excellent living space and a wonderful, private, 70 south-facing garden.
Located conveniently a few minutes walk from Haydons Road station with trains to Central London and within easy walking to Wimbledon town centre.
This property is superbly presented with a welcoming feel as soon as you step inside. The spacious reception and dining areas flow through to the fitted, modern kitchen/breakfast room that opens to the terrace and mature garden.
Upstairs, there are two good-sized bedrooms both with beautifully designed storage and a top-spec generously sized bathroom with under floor heating, walk in shower and separate bath.
This exceptional property is in superb condition, located on a quiet yet popular residential road, has potential to extend into loft (subject to relevant permissions}, has excellent storage throughout and within easy reach of open green spaces, shops including Waitrose and M&S, social facilities, schools and transport.
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