Murray House was originally built in 1836, making it just Georgian in origin! It formed part of Ottershaw hospital until it was converted by Astra Homes in 1989. The front facade is noted of historical interest and carries a Grade II Listing, though this doesn't apply beyond the front fascia.
Enter the property into a good sized reception hall with twin glazed doors into the lovely sitting room. Enjoying high ceilings and front aspect double glazed sash-style windows, this room is smartly decorated and features an attractive grey wood-style laminate floor that continues throughout the ground floor. A door then leads in to the centrepiece of this home - the extended and re-fitted kitchen/dining room. Cleverly pushed out to the rear to incorporate a vaulted ceiling with two Velux windows and eight recessed down-lighters, this is undoubtedly the place you will spend a good deal of your time. Fitted with a comprehensive range of eye and base level cupboards and drawers in gloss grey and a central workstation incorporating four-person breakfast bar with cupboards and drawers below. Fitted appliances include a four burner electric hob with extractor hood over and oven below, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and microwave. Bi-fold doors create that amazing sense of the garden being part of the house, particularly in the warmer months.
What was the kitchen is now a separate utility area with matching units include fitted washing machine. This area also gives access to the downstairs cloakroom with modern white suite.
Stairs rise from the kitchen to the first floor landing. The master bedroom is a lovely relaxing room with high ceilings and feature original structural beam and exposed wood floorboards. This room has its own fully tiled en-suite bathroom with power-shower over the bath. The second bedroom is also a very good double room features a large floor to ceiling fitted double wardrobe and airing cupboard housing the 'Megaflow' hot water cylinder. This room also has its own en-suite, a shower-room with walk-in shower cubicle.
Outside to the rear is a fully enclosed private rear garden with paving slab and decked patio leading to an area of lawn with a circular patio to the rear and a timber garden shed. Being end of terrace there is also side access to the garden via a gate.
There is allocated parking for this property and additional visitor parking is also available.
Just around the corner from Ottershaw village that enjoys a range of local shops which cater for everyday needs, including a post office/mini supermarket, a One-Stop supermarket, 2 takeaways, a pub, a Miller and Carter steak restaurant and a social club. The village enjoys a real spirit of community about it.
More comprehensive facilities can be found a little further afield in Addlestone and Chertsey whilst the larger towns of Woking, West Byfleet and Weybridge are a short drive, both offering main line access to London (Waterloo), as do nearby West Byfleet and Byfleet and New Haw station. Road connections in the area are excellent with Junction 11 of the M25 being a few minutes drive allowing easy access to Heathrow and Gatwick airports and central London. Good schools are also prevalent in this area including the very well regarded Ottershaw Infants and Junior schools, just around the corner.