13-15 Creek Road, EAST MOLESEY, Surrey
£1,750,000 | For Sale | Terraced House
  • Bedrooms3 Bedrooms
  • Bathrooms2 Bathrooms
  • Reception Rooms2 Reception Rooms

Additional Information
  • Stamp Duty *: £123,750


* The calculated stamp duty shown is only relevant if this property is to be a primary residence. Secondary residences and holiday homes carry an additional Stamp Duty Tax.


Property Description

UNIQUE AND ONE OF ITS KIND. Access is via on Creek Road, directly opposite Hampton Court mainline station, we are delighted to market for sale a unique home. Arranged over two floors the property offers extensive lateral living space and vaulted ceilings. With the feel of a New York loft rather than a standard house, the property is perfect for someone who loves open plan living with all accommodation boxes ticked. With church pews cleverly used as the doors for wall lined storage, the church theme continues further to the rear as the property opens into the original chapel with original beams, decorative features and stained glass windows. A separate solid wooden floored mezzanine level with kitchen / dining area and door lead to a private 950 sq ft roof terrace.

To put the property in it’s historical context, it’s been researched that in the 1880s there was enough demand for a local non Catholic place of worship to warrant the construction of a new church on Bridge Road. Opened in 1886 it was used by the local parishioner’s until 1896 when it was sold to Mr Harry Tagg, a boat builder. At that time the River Mole, locally know as ‘The Creek’, is said to have ‘flowed alongside until it emerged from under the wheels of East Molesey Mill’. Part of the building was used as a boat repair shop up until the 1930s when the creation of Hampton Court Way resulted The Mole being diverted into the River Ember above East Molesey Mill and ‘The Creek’ being filled in to create Creek Road as we now know it.

From Hampton Court Railway station there is a regular rail service to London Waterloo with a journey time of approximately 35 minutes. Four main bus routes in the area provide services to Kingston-upon-Thames, Teddington, Twickenham, Richmond-upon-Thames and Kew Retail Park as well as to Thames Ditton, Long Ditton and Surbiton. From East Molesey, the M25 may be accessed at junction 10 via the A307 or junction 12 via the A308. The A309 provides a link to the A3, which runs north to London and south towards Portsmouth.

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Additional Information
  • Stamp Duty: £123,750

Property Description

UNIQUE AND ONE OF ITS KIND. Access is via on Creek Road, directly opposite Hampton Court mainline station, we are delighted to market for sale a unique home. Arranged over two floors the property offers extensive lateral living space and vaulted ceilings. With the feel of a New York loft rather than a standard house, the property is perfect for someone who loves open plan living with all accommodation boxes ticked. With church pews cleverly used as the doors for wall lined storage, the church theme continues further to the rear as the property opens into the original chapel with original beams, decorative features and stained glass windows. A separate solid wooden floored mezzanine level with kitchen / dining area and door lead to a private 950 sq ft roof terrace.

To put the property in it’s historical context, it’s been researched that in the 1880s there was enough demand for a local non Catholic place of worship to warrant the construction of a new church on Bridge Road. Opened in 1886 it was used by the local parishioner’s until 1896 when it was sold to Mr Harry Tagg, a boat builder. At that time the River Mole, locally know as ‘The Creek’, is said to have ‘flowed alongside until it emerged from under the wheels of East Molesey Mill’. Part of the building was used as a boat repair shop up until the 1930s when the creation of Hampton Court Way resulted The Mole being diverted into the River Ember above East Molesey Mill and ‘The Creek’ being filled in to create Creek Road as we now know it.

From Hampton Court Railway station there is a regular rail service to London Waterloo with a journey time of approximately 35 minutes. Four main bus routes in the area provide services to Kingston-upon-Thames, Teddington, Twickenham, Richmond-upon-Thames and Kew Retail Park as well as to Thames Ditton, Long Ditton and Surbiton. From East Molesey, the M25 may be accessed at junction 10 via the A307 or junction 12 via the A308. The A309 provides a link to the A3, which runs north to London and south towards Portsmouth.



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