Property of the week: 17th century cottage on Teddington high street


By Ellie Brown - Local Democracy Reporter

16th Feb 2022 | Property of the Week


LOOKING for a home in Teddington, or just nosey?

Either way, you'll love our Property section which has our pick of the best and most interesting listings in the area.

This week's dream home the Grade II listed Oak Cottage on Teddington high street.

The 17th century cottage is believed to be one of the oldest private houses in Richmond borough and was once owned by Henry Peters esquire.

The two-storey home has been sympathetically renovated to keep its period features - including original brick fireplaces, wooden beams and stone flooring.

It has a modern kitchen, two reception rooms, three bedrooms and two bathrooms, plus utility room.

Outside, the large garden has a lawn and cosy seating area for outdoor entertaining.

As well as being historically valuable, the home has an enviable location on the high street near Teddington Lock.

Restaurants and the Landmark Arts Centre are close at hand, while the station and local schools are a 10-15 minute walk away.

However, all these desirable features result in a high asking price - the home is on the market for £1,550,000 with Dexters estate agents.

Find out more and enquire HERE.

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