Burstow Road, Wimbledon SW20

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Bedrooms: 4
We are delighted to market this four bedroom property with versatile accommodation featuring a spectacular kitchen/dining/family room leading onto a low maintenance garden. This naturally bright and spacious family house offers three good size bedrooms plus a bedroom/study with an ensuite shower room on the ground floor. The updated driveway offers space for two cars. The property offers tremendous scope to extend (STPP). Council Tax Band E

This fabulous house offers flexible lateral ground floor accommodation including a generously proportioned yet cosy front reception, a good sized second reception room with views and access to rear garden via French doors, dining area and modern fitted kitchen with built in appliances. The ground floor also comprises a bedroom with modern en-suite, which is also adaptable to be a comfortable study. The second floor consists of two large double bedrooms, a third bedroom and family bathroom. The garden has been recently landscaped, whilst benefitting from being larger than the average property on the road being an end of terrace. The property is double glazed throughout and has gas central heating. Further benefits include off street parking, and having great potential to extend further both on the ground floor, first floor and loft subject to planning permissions.

The property is located in the sought-after Dennis Park Crescent Conservation Area and is in catchment of Outstanding rated Wimbledon Chase and Dundonald Primary Schools. The extensive transport, shopping and leisure amenities of Wimbledon Town Centre are very conveniently accessed, as is Raynes Park and Wimbledon Common and Village. The area is well regarded for its sporting and recreational facilities, with the green spaces of Dundonald Park just a short walk away.

A Conservation Area is an area of special architectural or historical interest, the character or appearance of which it is desirable to preserve or enhance.

Dennis Park Crescent Conservation Area, was originally designated by the Council in November 1990 and following further consideration, its boundaries were extended further in February 1995. The extended area now consolidates what is a very distinctive area, characterised by an attractive layout of housing with open spaces of land and mature landscaping.

The Dennis Park Crescent Conservation Area (as extended) includes all properties within Dennis Park Crescent and Burstow Road, the majority of properties in Toynbee Road, and some properties and land in Lower Downs Road. The exact boundaries of the Conservation Area are shown on the enclosed map.

Legend has it that Burstow road was originally named Birstow Road as an historical nod to the district in surrey which apparently had ties to the old Manor of Wimbledon.

Dennis Park Crescent Conservation Area covers properties and land in Dennis Park Crescent, Burstow Road, Lower Downs Road and Toynbee Road.

Construction of the houses in this area began in 1921, on land that was once part of Thomson's Nursery. David Thomson held extensive nurseries in the area and was famed for his fruit garden in Wimbledon.

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