There are many reasons why Westcar Lane is a desirable location and so often forms part of a "wish list" of preferred locations. In part, the position between Walton-on-Thames Mainline Station, town-centre shops and close proximity to Hersham Village ensures that most local facilities are within easy reach. Equally, the mixture of character properties and larger gardens creates a mature and leafy environment. This particular property has undergone a significant amount of improvement over recent years to now form a substantial four-bedroom family home with accommodation spread over three-floors. The classical mid-1930's design can be seen in the bay-fronted architecture, fireplaces and high ceilings throughout most of the property. Further additions have been sympathetic to the original character and include increased bedroom capacity and enlarged reception space. The ground-floor layout flows extremely well between a bay-fronted living room and a separate open-plan dining room, opening out into an L-shaped kitchen-breakfast room with integrated appliances and granite surfaces. Access to the garage can also be gained from inside the property with power and light. Further notable points include strip-wood flooring, double-glazing and vaulted ceiling in the kitchen. Upstairs, the four bedrooms are spread over two-floors and include two bathroom facilities, one of which is an en-suite shower room off the main bedroom. Stepping out of the double-doors onto the rear patio reveals a splendid garden extending to approximately 85 feet, offering an excellent degree of seclusion and maturity creating a very private setting. At the end of the garden a timber-built structure would make a great office with power, light and double-glazing. For the daily commute walking to Walton Station then connects to a fast and frequent service into Waterloo taking less than half-an-hour.