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St Johns
Price £525,000 (Freehold)
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A detached neo Georgian home sitting in a quiet and sought after cul de sac position within easy reach of Woking town centre and its excellent commuter station. EPC Rating E

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Quietly positioned in a highly regarded and much sought after residential cul de sac midway between St Johns village and Woking town centre this is a detached neo-Georgian home sitting on a corner plot. Throughout the house the emphasis is very much on accommodation that is notably light and airy as well as being neutrally decorated throughout all of which makes this a home into which an incoming buyer could move extremely easily.

On the ground floor a large and welcoming reception hall with a downstairs cloakroom to one side leads into a substantial sitting dining room with a delightful bow window to one side which faces in a southerly direction and allows in a great deal of natural light into the room. To one side there is a door which leads out onto the rear garden. On the front of the house the kitchen is very well fitted out with a comprehensive range of wooden units with various integrated appliances and a further large bow window that looks out over the front of the house and is positioned to take advantage of the afternoon and evening sun.

On the first floor the bedrooms continue in the same light and airy vein with a large main bedroom on the back which has a built in wardrobe, a second comfortable double on the front also with a built in wardrobe while the third bedroom looks out over the side as does the bathroom which is fitted out with a modern white suite. All in all this is a very comfortable home in a peaceful and hugely convenient position.

Garden and Exterior

At the front of the house there is a small area of lawned front garden which runs around the side of the property to where there is a driveway at the back leading into an attached single garage. The garden is terraced for ease of maintenance with a raised area of flower bed to one side and is enclosed by timber fencing at the back and a brick wall on the other two sides. The garden as a whole has a pleasing sense of privacy and presents a blank canvass for an incoming buyer to design according to needs.


Pantiles Close is a quiet and peaceful cul de sac sitting in a very convenient position midway between Woking town centre and St Johns village. The village has an excellent array of local shops, cafes and restaurants and is within just a short walk of the house and from where there is a beautiful canal side walk which leads into Woking. Woking town centre is undergoing something of a transformation currently as a huge programme of regeneration unfolds that is already seeing a far more contemporary and interesting town develop. Well known bars, cafes and restaurants have already opened up all along Commercial Way and a very substantial Marks and Spencers is under construction with other exciting developments in the pipeline for the coming few years. The mainline station in Woking gives the commuter what is widely regarded as one of the most efficient train journeys into Waterloo that can be found in the south east of England running a peak time service in approximately 24 minutes and from where there is a coach service that runs to Heathrow airport. There are excellent schools, golf courses and leisure options within easy reach of the house, Woking leisure centre and Pool in the Park along with the David Lloyd health and fitness club being but a few.