Approached by a long and private driveway, this charming bungalow has immediate "kerb appeal" and a pretty facade, behind which lies an extremely well presented and characterful interior. Dating from the 1930's, the property has been nicely modernised with new UPVC windows and a kitchen from John Lewis Department Store whilst retaining some of the original features, such as the picture rails. Extended in the past to add the main bedroom, and with the majority of rooms being double aspect, it offers lovely light and spacious accommodation which can be arranged flexibly to suit one's needs.
*Kitchen with terracotta tiled flooring, double aspect windows, external door to side return, range of cream shaker style units and solid wood work tops and butler sink. The built in dishwasher, under counter fridge and under counter freezer appliances are Bosch. Space for slide in cooker.
*Sitting room with feature gas coal effect fire and external glazed door to decking.
*Bedroom 1 with external glazed door to rear garden.
*Bedroom 2/Dining room with double aspect windows
*Bedroom 3/Snug with double aspect windows and wall mounted cupboards.
*Family bathroom with shower over bath
*Utility/Shower room with WC. Space for washing machine and hot water tank cupboard.
Garden and Exterior
Lovers of outdoors space will appreciate this naturally sunny garden for its tranquility and diversity, arranged with an area of decking and lawn and extending just shy of 100 ft to the far boundary. It contains some beautiful mature trees and shrubs and two areas of patio, one with an ornamental covered area for shade. On the rear, looking back at the house is the pretty wood cladded cabin, complete with power and internet connection and a comprehensive workshop, also with power. On the front, the block paved driveway with parking for several cars has mature trees and shrubbery on either side.
Situated on the cusp of The Surrey Hills, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, giving access to some of the South East of England's best walking, horse riding and cycling countryside. The village of Effingham is nearby with shops for everyday essentials. Effingham junction and Horsley stations are within 3 miles (Waterloo approx.45 minutes). The A3 provides easy access to central London, Heathrow and Gatwick airports. The county town of Guildford is about 8 miles away, providing comprehensive shopping, leisure and entertainment facilities. There are a number of excellent schools locally in the private and state sectors, including St Lawrence (junior) and The Howard of Effingham (secondary)