Charming, full of character and with no shortage of accommodation, this 4 bedroom, 4 reception room period semi-detached property, built we believe circa 1830s, is ready for a new family to make it their home.
You access the house via a pretty front porch/entrance lobby that opens into the front sitting room featuring a super large fireplace with impressive log burner and solid oak floor. Off here is a latch door giving access to the staircase with an understairs storage cupboard and also a full ground floor bathroom. From the sitting room double opening doors lead in to the open plan lounge/dining room which is neatly divided into separate designated areas by two steps down. The lounge area, with its solid oak floor, overlooks the rear garden whilst French doors lead out from the dining area. The dining area has parquet flooring. Twin glazed doors head into an excellent sized study/family room, also with parquet flooring.
The kitchen/breakfast room is well fitted with a range of solid oak fronted eye and base level cupboards and drawers with roll-top worksurfaces and integral appliances to include five burner gas hob with chrome extractor hood over and separate triple bank of conventional and microwave ovens and separate dishwasher. A cupboard houses the Worcester gas boiler and twin double glazed doors lead to the rear garden. There is space for a four seater dining/breakfast table.
A turning staircase leads to the first floor landing. The master bedroom overlooks the rear garden and has a range of fitted wardrobes. There is access to the en-suite shower room with a double-width shower cubicle, electric shower and fully tiled walls. There is a return door to the landing so this room can also be used by other members of the household. Bedroom two is a good double room. Bedroom three could afford a double bed if required and bedroom four is a good sized single with fitted wardrobes.
To the front of the house is plenty of off street parking on an attractively designed brick-paved driveway. There is side access via a twin locked gate undercover storage area to the rear garden.
The garden is very neatly maintained and lovely and secluded. A modern raised patio leads to an area of lawn, secluded to the rear by fir trees and either side flanked by hedging and panel fencing. To the rear of the garden is a super useful large timber framed outhouse - great as a gym, home office etc.
Rowtown is the road running through the middle of a residential area known itself as Rowtown, an area of housing bordering the town/villages of Addlestone, New Haw and Ottershaw. At the top of the hill is a very handy range of shops, known locally as the 'Top Shops' which includes a Co-op newsagent/post office, a butchers and popular Indian restaurant. There is also a popular and recently modernised gastro pub, The Cricketers, and a lovely open green space called Walton Leigh Park - ideal for kids and dog-walking!
The nearest main town is Addlestone, currently in the process of an exciting re-regeneration project that will include a 101 bedroom Premier Inn, a mix of retail units including a Waitrose supermarket (now built) a range of high quality restaurants, a six screen cinema and a new gym. New Haw is also closeby with its mainline train station to London Waterloo. Popular schools within easy reach include the Roman Catholic Salesian Secondary and Holy Family Primary as well as Fullbrook Secondary and Jubilee High. There is also a number of well appointed independent schools in the area.