Ashleigh is a fabulous family home and offers an abundance of really spacious and extremely well planned accommodation throughout. Furthermore in the last 12 months or so it has been re-carpeted and the bathrooms replaced!
The ground floor offers a delightful double aspect living room with French doors leading out to a patio terrace overlooking the garden. The second reception would make a super family room, play room, dining room or in its current guise of a large study. The kitchen is the real heart of the property with a large breakfast /dining area leading on to the extremely well fitted kitchen. The kitchen offers an excellent range of units, cupboards and drawers which are all complimented by granite worktops. From the kitchen a door leads through to a really useful utility room which in turn leads neatly through to the integral garage. A downstairs cloakroom can also found off the utility room, essential for any family!
As you progress upstairs the property continues to impress with a split landing leading to four large double bedrooms. In truth you could use any one of three as your main room, though one of them is slightly more separate from the others (marked on our floorplan as Bedroom 1), with almost direct access to the bath/shower room. Both bath and separate shower-room have been recently re-fitted, the bathroom also featuring a separate large shower cubicle.
Externally the property enjoys off street parking to the fore, and you could easily create more if required as there is a large gravelled area boundaried from the pavement by a picket fence and gate. The driveway leads to the integral garage.
Side access leads to the rear garden. Here you will find a lovely secluded private garden with an abundance of mature trees and shrubs. A brick paved path leads across the rear of the house to a good size secluded patio. The garden is very well enclosed by panel fencing and hedging. Overall a fantastic family home and one that is not to be missed.
Lyne village is a thriving semi-rural community with a pub, village hall and green, nursery/primary school and cricket club. Yet despite it being surrounded by woodland and fields it is incredibly close to Surrey's amenities. Chertsey's historic town centre is a few minutes drive away with its rich blend of shops, bars, restaurants and health club. Further local shopping opportunities are to be found at Virginia Water and Weybridge whilst wider facilities can found at Woking, Walton-on-Thames, Guildford and Kingston. Excellent communications are on the doorstep, again a few minutes drive from Junction 11 of the M25 allowing easy access to the extensive motorway network, Heathrow and Gatwick airports together with central London. For rail users both Chertsey and Virginia Water have stations on the Waterloo/Reading line. For mainline services there is Weybridge, Woking and West Byfleet.
Education is well catered for locally in both the private and state sectors whilst for the sports enthusiast, there are excellent golf and leisure facilities nearby.