The amount of superbly presented accommodation behind the fascia of this detached chalet style bungalow has to be seen to be believed. Our clients have spent a great deal of time, energy and, we daresay, expense in creating a lovely family home coupled with a great garden. You enter the property via a central entrance hall with ceramic tiled flooring off which are four rooms, all of which could potentially be used as double bedrooms or one could be a study or additional reception room. Bedroom four on our plan was originally part of the sitting room. A dividing wall has been installed to create the bedroom - if desired this could be removed to make a larger reception room again.
Across the rear of the house is the real centrepiece of the property, a full width sitting/dining room/kitchen. The kitchen area, with matching ceramic tiled floor to that in the hallway is comprehensively fitted with a modern range of attractive wood style eye and base level cupboards and drawers with granite worksurfaces and spaces for double with range cooker, dishwasher and fridge. A central granite topped unit makes an ideal breakfast bar and there is a wall mounted Vaillent gas boiler. The living room section of the room enjoys oak flooring and twin doors open on to the conservatory. A stable door leads on to the garden. Also on the ground floor is a very modern bathroom suite in white with bath and separate shower cubicles and half tiled walls.
Stairs lead to the first floor landing with a door leading straight into a large loft space and further eaves storage cupboards, ideal for hanging clothes. The master bedroom is a beautifully proportioned room with twin velux style windows on either side and garden aspect windows to the rear. The spacious en-suite bathroom is fitted with a white suite including a tiled shower cubicle with electric shower unit.
Outside, the frontage is brick-paved with off street parking for a number of cars. Side access, via lockable twin gates, leads down the side of the house to a gate into the rear garden. The garden is a very good size, probably getting on for a 100ft with a large paved full width terrace to the rear of the house. A door leads into a utility/workshop with space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer and fitted with a range of kitchen style units with power and light.
Beyond the patio is an expanse of lawn dissected by a paved path that leads down to an area where there are four raised fruit and vegetable beds and access to the studio/gym/home office. This is a great room for any of those previously mentioned factors and others beside, with power and light. There are two garden sheds.
Little Green Lane is situated in the area of Chertsey known as Chertsey South, about 3/4 of a mile from Chertsey train station, and remains a firm favourite amongst families. Located between both Chertsey and Addlestone town centres and Ottershaw Village, it provides superb access to the M25, M3 and A3 motorway networks and for healthcare workers it is ideal with St Peters Hospital literally around the corner.
The neighbouring towns of Weybridge, West Byfleet and Woking all offer mainline train services to London Waterloo. The historic town of Chertsey is less than a mile distant, providing a rich blend of shops, bars and restaurants and also a health club. There are a great range of schools, both private and state, across the area. These include, amongst others, Salesian Roman Catholic Secondary (just around the corner), Meadowcroft Infants (0.3 miles away) and William Perkins Independent School for Girls (0.6 miles away).