London Road, Mitcham, Surrey, CR4
£450,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
This beautiful house is full of character and located in the ever-popular 'Mitcham Cricket Green Conservation area'. It is offered to the market in a high standard of decor. The ground floor consists of a living room, cloakroom, and spacious kitchen which leads to a small but beautiful courtyard garden. The first floor consists of a generously sized landing, 2 good sized double bedrooms and a modern, spacious family bathroom whilst the top floor boasts a bedroom and living area that could be utilised as a study or nursery area and an en-suite.

Location:

Green spaces:

The house is located facing the historic (and world's oldest) 'Mitcham Cricket Green', which is a beautiful open space on your doorstep. Just past the Cricket Green is Canons house and leisure centre which has just benefitted from a £4million investment, and boasts a manor house, walled garden, playground, comprehensive leisure centre, pond, and running track.   The 460 Acre Mitcham Common is 5 minutes walk away, offering golf, cycle tracks, country walks, and open space.  A local playground is 5 minutes walk away, with the River Wandle and associated walks just 10 minutes away. The National Trust 'Morden Hall Park' is 5 minute drive away, completing the impressive outdoor space very near to this property.

Transport:

The house is located in Zone 3 and is very well connected. Numerous buses stop less than 1 minute walk away offering services to the nearby underground stations (Northern Line), London, Sutton, Epsom, or Wimbledon.  Waterloo can be reached in 35 minutes via Mitcham Tram stop and Wimbledon, or alternatively, London Victoria is a 21-minute journey from Mitcham Eastfields. Both Wimbledon and Croydon are less than 15 minutes drive away.

Facilities:

Local shops are a 1-minute walk away offering takeaway food, a small supermarket, and 15 other shops, with the recently updated Mitcham Town Centre a 5 minute walk away offering 2 large supermarkets and an array of shops and banks. There is  investment in the immediate local area, such as the pub next door that will be redeveloped into low level flats (keeping the pub facade).  Any developments are very sensitively built owing to the conservation area status, and so must fit in well with the area and be visually appealing.

This house is a leasehold with 976 years remaining.  There are zero charges / fees or costs of any sort.

Houses in Zone 3 with such character, size, and local green space don't come to the market at this price very often, so be sure to arrange a viewing soon if you are in a position to move! 

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