Sitting in a convenient and semi rural location in Mayford this is an unusually well proportioned family home of beautifully light and airy accommodation that works exceptionally well on a practical day to day living basis. All of the principal living rooms lead from a very large and welcoming reception hall that immediately creates the feeling of space which runs through the house as a whole.
On either side of the reception hall are two large, front facing reception rooms which are currently used as a sitting room and family room, the former having a bright double aspect as well as a corner fireplace while the family room on the other side could equally well make a large formal dining room if preferred. Behind the sitting room is a large study with a range of built in storage furniture. On the back of the house the kitchen breakfast room has been opened up into the dining room to create a fantastic day to day living entertaining space with a lovely outlook over the rear garden along with double doors that lead out to the back. The kitchen is fitted out with a range of units and various integrated appliances and has ample space for a large breakfast table. Off the kitchen there is a very useful utility room which again has a door that leads out to the rear garden.
On the first floor the bedrooms continue in the same unusually large, light and airy vein with a substantial master bedroom on the back with a vaulted ceiling and a delightful outlook over the rear garden as well as its own en-suite bathroom and a range of built in wardrobes. The guest bedroom on the front likewise has its own en-suite, bedrooms three and four which are on the front and back respectively both have built in wardrobes while bedroom five is also a double. All in all this is a very comfortable and particularly well laid out detached, double fronted home in an excellent location.
Garden and Exterior
At the front of the house a large sweeping carriage driveway sets the house nicely back from the road and gives it a great deal of off-road parking while a small front lawn and mature hedge provides privacy. The rear garden is undoubtedly a particular feature of the house not only as it is of an excellent size but also as it has been imaginatively laid out and now gives the house a very attractive setting. Adjacent to the back there is a very large area of decking which makes a wonderful spot for eating outside during the summer months and which catches the sun through the afternoon and into the evening. This leads down onto the remainder of the garden which is principally lawned and well extremely enclosed on all sides by a collection of mature hedges. To one side of the garden there is a large detached garage which provides excellent storage space adjacent to which is a wisteria covered pergola which again makes a lovely shady spot for eating outside.
The house is situated at one end of Westfield Road in Mayford in a hugely convenient position that is within 1 mile of Worplesdon mainline station. This is an area that is very well placed for local schools providing for all ages with the new Hoe Valley school which is soon to open just a short walk from the house. Woking town centre is within easy reach and is undergoing a significant programme of regeneration that is seeing a far more interesting and contemporary town develop. New and well known bars, cafes and restaurants have already opened up all along Commercial Way at the end of which a very substantial Marks and Spencers is already under construction with other exciting developments in the pipeline. Woking has what is widely regarded as one of the best commuting stations that can be found in the south east, running a peak time service into Waterloo in approximately 24 minutes and from where there is also a very efficient coach service that runs to Heathrow airport. Almost on the doorstep there are miles of open countryside which make for excellent walking and cycling and a short drive from the house will take you into the beautiful county town of Guildford.