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4 bedroom end terraced house for sale

The Green, Morden, SM4

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Property description

Location, location, location meets the ultimate in contemporary design....... This rarely available and larger than average four double bedroom, two washroom extended ‘Blay’ built family home is situated within what is widely regarded as one of Morden’s premier roads on the very cusp of London SW20, within close proximity to both South Merton and Morden underground stations, situated equidistant to Raynes Park and Morden town centres with their wide variety of amenities being extremely convenient. In addition, the property boasts a wealth of recreational spaces nearby, including Cannon Hill Common which is able to be seen from the property, Morden Park and the National Trusts Morden Hall Park all adding to the unique blend of convenience with peace and tranquillity. Having been beautifully cared for and improved during the current vendors cherished ownership and having undergone an impressive and carefully considered refurbishment program which has integrated a thoughtful re-modelling of the layout which now provides beautifully presented, bright and airy generously proportioned accommodation synonymous with the ever popular ‘Blay’ design, which in this particularly stunning example offers a great deal of flexible usage of the rooms mixed together with the highly desirable open plan living as well as the introduction of exceptional workmanship, style and design idea’s incorporating the very best high end quality products which as a result now provides beautifully presented accommodation which comprises of a lounge, an open plan kitchen/diner/family room, a utility room, a cloakroom, an office and an integral garage which is currently being used as a gym to the ground floor, with three double bedrooms and a family bathroom to the first floor, whilst the second floor showcases a stunning master suite comprising of a master bedroom with an en suite shower room and a study. Externally the property further benefits from private front and rear gardens, the front of which is hard landscaped to provide off street parking for 2 cars and an electric vehicle charging point and the rear is substantially enhanced by not being overlooked, providing a beautifully secluded relaxing retreat. Having been improved extensively both in size, design and presentation, coupled with the superior location, this breath-taking home really must be viewed to be fully appreciated. Whether it is the highly desired open plan living, an abundance of bedrooms and washrooms or the current on trend topic of having the opportunity of having a suitable space to work from home that is required, this property truly does tick all the boxes and really must be viewed to fully appreciate not only the amount of accommodation on offer but the superior design and workmanship so rarely available to be purchased.

BUYERS INFORMATION
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Front Garden
With hard landscaped off street parking for two cars, an electric vehicle charging point, outside tap, external power point, a drive leading to the garage to the side which is accessed via an ‘up and over’ door and a path leading to the double glazed French doors which open to the:
Entrance Porch
With quarry tiled floor and a door opening to the:
Hallway
With the original stained glass leaded light windows and fan light to the front elevation, a double radiator, stairs up to the first floor, an under stairs storage cupboard, power points, contemporary influenced wood panelling, a matching plate rack, solid oak flooring presented in a herring bone design and matching doors with matching door furniture opening to the:
Lounge
With a double glazed bay window to the front elevation with fitted bespoke plantation shutters, a feature radiator, a feature fireplace with a fitted gas fire set within, contemporary influenced wood panelling and power points.
Open plan Kitchen / Diner / Family Room
Kitchen Area
With a range of fitted wall and base level units with soft closing doors, contrasting natural stone work surfaces and matching splash backs, one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit with an accompanying mixer tap, fitted electric Neff oven, fitted Neff combination oven/microwave, fitted Neff electric induction hob fitted Neff extractor hood, integrated Neff warming drawer, space for an 'American style' fridge/freezer, integrated dishwasher, power points, under pelmet feature lighting, a double glazed window to the rear elevation looking out to the private rear garden and Morden Park beyond, a electronically controlled Velux window set in the pitched roof of the rear extension with fitted solar sensor blinds, as well as a double glazed light well set in the rear extension roof, brick exposed feature wall, LED inset spotlights and a solid oak flooring presented in a herring bone design with under floor heating.
Dining Area
With an exposed brick feature wall, power points, LED inset spotlights and solid oak flooring presented in a herringbone design with underfloor heating.
Family Area
With five leaf double glazed bi-fold doors to the rear elevation opening to the private rear garden, with bespoke fitted blinds, two electronically controlled Velux windows set in the pitched roof of the rear extension with fitted solar sensor blinds, as well as a double glazed light well set in the rear extension roof to maximise the amount of natural light that is able to be shared, power points , a wall mounted under floor heating thermostat, an exposed brick feature wall and solid oak flooring presented in a herringbone design with underfloor heating.
Study
With a double glazed window to the side elevation, a feature radiator, a Velux window set in the pitched roof to the side extension, power points, LED inset spot lights and solid oak flooring presented in a herringbone design with underfloor heating.
Inner Lobby
With solid oak flooring presented in a herringbone design with underfloor heating and doors opening to:
Utility Room
With a range of wall and base level units, contrasting natural stone work surfaces with a porcelain Butler sink set within and an accompanying mixer tap, partly tiled walls, space for a washing machine, an integrated fridge/freezer, a Velux window set in the pitched roof to the side extension, power points, ceramic tiled floor and a door opening to the:
Garage
With an up and over door to the front elevation which still provides the functionality of a garage, however it has been semi converted to provide a great deal of flexible usage, the current vendors use this space as a gym.
Cloakroom
With a low level WC, a wash hand basin with an accompanying mixer tap, partly tiled walls, an extractor fan and ceramic tiled flooring.
First Floor Landing
With stairs up to the second floor, a double glazed window to the side elevation, LED inset spotlights and doors opening to:
Bedroom 2
With a double glazed bay window to the front elevation with fitted bespoke plantation shutters with views through to Cannon Hill Common, double radiator, a range of fitted wardrobes, a fitted air conditioning unit with a built in heat exchanger to provide both warm and cool air, power points and picture rail.
Bedroom 3
With a double glazed bay window to the rear elevation overlooking the private rear garden and on to Morden Park beyond, a double radiator, a fitted air conditioning unit with a built in heat exchanger to provide both warm and cool air, power points and picture rail.
Bedroom 4
With a double glazed bay window to the front elevation with fitted bespoke plantation shutters with views through to Cannon Hill Common, a double radiator, power points and a picture rail.
Bathroom
With a suite comprising of a free standing double ended bath an accompanying mixer tap and hand held attachment, a fully tiled walk in shower cubicle with a drench shower head and a handheld attachment, a natural stone wash hand basin with an accompanying mixer tap set atop a vanity unit, low level WC, partly tiled walls, an opaque double glazed window to the rear elevation, a heated towel rail, an extractor fan, LED inset spot lights and wood effect flooring.
Second Floor Landing
With a Velux light well and doors opening to:
Master Suite comprising of
Bedroom
With double glazed French doors set in the dormer to the rear elevation opening to a glass Juliet balcony overlooking the private rear garden and Morden Park Beyond, a Velux window to the front pitch, a fitted air conditioning unit with a built in heat exchanger to provide both warm and cool air, a range of fitted wardrobes and storage units, inset spot lights, AV connectivity and an opening to the:
En-Suite Shower Room
With a walk in 'wet room' set within which comprises of a polished concrete floor with underfloor heating and a drain encompassed within, a mix of glass and polished concrete surround, a drench shower head and an accompanying hand held attachment, the remainder of the matching suite comprises of matching twin wash hand basin's with an accompanying mixer tap set atop a double vanity unit, a low level WC, a full height double glazed window set in the rear dormer, a double glazed light well set in the loft converted roof, a heated towel rail, LED inset spotlights, an extractor fan and a polished concrete floor with underfloor heating.
Study
With power points and a storage cupboard set in the eaves.
Outside
Rear Garden
Occupying this enviable corner plot and boasting the highly desirable south easterly aspect which benefits not only from the larger plot size but also the suns trajectory as well as the beautiful natural backdrop of Morden Park beyond. Comprising of a hard landscaped resin patio, lawn, mature flower and shrub borders, a secondary patio strategically positioned at the rear of the garden to provide the opportunity of both following or evading the sun dependant on the time of the day, raised fruit and vegetable beds, outside lights, outside tap, external power points, a garden shed with electricity supply and wooden fenced boundaries with a gated side access. Just outside of the right hand boundary there are three well maintained mature tree's which provide a great deal of privacy and seclusion which coupled together with the aforementinal natural backdrop really ensure that the family can thoroughly enjoy this relaxing retreat.

EPC

Energy Efficiency Rating

Very energy efficient - lower running costs

(92 plus) A
(81 - 91) B
(69 - 80) C
(55 - 68) D
(39 - 54) E
(21 - 38) F
(1 - 20) G

Not energy efficient - higher running costs

Current

72

Potential

82

CO2 Rating

Very energy efficient - lower running costs

(92 plus) A
(81 - 91) B
(69 - 80) C
(55 - 68) D
(39 - 54) E
(21 - 38) F
(1 - 20) G

Not energy efficient - higher running costs

Current

N/A

Potential

N/A
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