Langley Avenue, Surbiton
Built in 1890 it was one of two lodge houses to the manor house. It has been extensively remodelled and extended – outwardly retaining the character and stye of the period. Internally, all the period features had been removed long before we bought the house and so is a modern living space. It has a large and airy 150sqm open-plan downstairs with a complete wall of patio doors that open the entire rear of the house to the 50m landscaped garden. Herring-bone pattern parquet floor throughout. Upstairs there are four double bedrooms – 2 with large en suite bathrooms and a main bathroom. All the bedrooms and landing have oak floorboards and the bathrooms are wet rooms and tiled from floor to ceiling. Kitchen is spacious with all-white lacquered units and stainless steel work tops and has been used to prepare and cook food and then photograph for a 280-page cookery book. Off road parking and free parking available all day. Plenty of space directly outside the front door for delivery lorries and vans to stop and unload/load. Surbiton train station is only a 12 minutes walk away and the nonstop fast train to Waterloo takes just 19 minutes. Located in Surbiton.