3 bedroom end of terrace house for saleSecond Avenue, Mortlake
- Three Double Bedrooms
- Family Bathroom
- Through Reception Room
- Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- End Terrace House
- Barnes Bridge Station
- Outstanding Local Schools
- Near River Thames
- Planning Permission To Extend
- Side Access
A rare opportunity to purchase an unextended family house located on a popular residential road. The property is an end terrace, halls adjoining home with useful side access. The accommodation is arranged to provide three double bedrooms, a through reception/dining room, a kitchen/breakfast room, a family bathroom and a downstairs cloakroom/wc. The property benefits from planning permission to extend the property into the side return and loft space. Further details are available upon request.
Second Avenue is a popular road that is conveniently placed for the amenities of White Hart Lane and Barnes village. Barnes Bridge station is also within reach providing a regular service into London Waterloo with local bus services providing access to Hammersmith with its underground network.
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