Ailsa Road, TW1 1QW


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  • Bedrooms: 4
This is a fantastic opportunity to obtain this detached four bedroom home backing onto the most desirable of the Trust Grounds and which is also situated on one of the most desired roads in the area. This property is in need of modernisation throughout and has planning permission to go into the loft, garage and for a full width rear extension. This home currently offers just over 1800sqft of spacious living accommodation and was built with potential future extensions in mind. The ground floor comprises 2 reception rooms, a kitchen/dining room, a utility room, a WC and a garage. On the second floor you can access all 4 bedrooms (three of which are large doubles), the family bathroom and WC off the landing. The loft has space for two double bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms or a very spacious master bedroom with ensuite.. If fully extended the house can provide in the region of 2500 sq ft of living space. Plans can be found at, application number 16/1321/HOTThe property is set back from Ailsa Road by virtue of its deep front garden which provides ample off street parking. Whilst to the rear there is an attractive and secluded rear garden, which benefits from direct access onto the Lake Grounds, the largest and prettiest of the three St Margarets Trust Grounds, with mature trees and parkland divided by an ornamental lake linked by ornate bridges. The St. Margarets Trust Grounds, are comprised of approximately 14 acres of beautiful parkland that are for the exclusive use of the residents of the four roads that immediately surround them. They are subdidvided into three areas, namely the Avenue Grounds, The River Grounds and The Lake Grounds, with the latter being by far the largest of the three. The Grounds also have seasonal tennis courts and a great social side with many events throughout the year.

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