Our clients have cleverly extended what was originally a detached bungalow into a chalet style home by converting the loft-space in a super master suite. As a result we feel the resulting layout is a triumph, creating well proportioned and interesting accommodation that would definitely suit a couple or family with slightly older children.
The first floor master bedroom is a sumptuous suite created in 2006 featuring interesting and attractively shaped eaves incorporating a perfect bed recess and French doors allowing plenty of light with a Juliet balcony beyond. The modern bathroom suite is open plan to the bedroom area though could be divided if so desired, with an oval bath and stand alone 'Philip Stark' chrome taps.
Downstairs there are 2 further double bedrooms, one with a range of fitted wardrobes and rear facing windows, the other of which faces the front and could be utilised as a study/music-room etc. The principal reception room is a deep room that could clearly have designated areas for sitting and dining with a real flame gas fire and French doors to the outside. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a modern range of light wood style fronted units and an integral range of appliances to include a gas hob, electric double oven, fridge freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. There is also a breakfast bar.
Also on the ground floor is a good size entrance hall and a modern fitted white shower-room. The windows are double glazed with sealed units and the heating via a gas fired system to radiators with a new boiler fitted in April 2017 with the remainder of a 12 month warranty.
To the front the property is approached via a brick paved driveway providing parking for a number of vehicles and leading to a detached garage. There is a lawned front garden.
To the rear the garden rises in terraces including a lovely full-width stone paved patio. Rising via steps and mature shrubbed areas to a lawned garden at the top with further paved patio, either of which are perfect for al-fresco dining.
Rowtown is the road running through the middle of a residential area known itself as Rowtown, a hamlet bordering the town/villages of Addlestone, New Haw and Ottershaw. At the top of the hill is a very handy range of shops, known locally as the 'Top Shops' which includes a Co-op newsagent/post office and a butchers, amongst others. There is also a popular and recently modernised gastro pub, The Cricketers, and an open green space called Walton Leigh Park.
The nearest main town is Addlestone, currently in the process of an exciting re-regeneration project that will include a 101 bedroom Premier Inn, a mix of retail units including a Waitrose supermarket (now built) a range of high quality restaurants, a six screen cinema and a new gym.