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Price Guide £525,000 (Freehold)
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A very nicely presented townhouse of beautifully light and airy spaces which sits in a hugely convenient position within walking distance of Woking town centre and its excellent commuter station. EPC Rating B

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Sitting in a hugely convenient position within easy reach of the town centre and station this is a very nicely presented light and airy townhouse with well proportioned accommodation laid out over three floors. The main living space on the ground floor is a beautifully light and airy sitting dining room which takes full advantage of its southerly aspect to make it a notably light space throughout the day. To one side is an open working fireplace while at the back double doors lead out onto the sun terrace and garden beyond. On the front of the house the kitchen is fitted out with an excellent array of units and various integrated appliances that include a stainless steel oven with gas hob and extractor above and a built in dishwasher. Off the hallway there is a also a downstairs cloakroom while in the sitting room is a very large and extremely useful understairs storage cupboard.

On the first floor a very light and airy double bedroom looks out over the front through a deep square bay window and also has a range of built in wardrobes. On the back is a comfortable double and a very workable single bedroom while the family bathroom in the middle is fitted out with a modern white suite.

On the top floor is a very attractive master bedroom with a lovely bright aspect to the rear, a range of built in wardrobes and a full en-suite bathroom complete with bath and shower.

Garden and Exterior

The property is approached at the front through a small open plan area of front garden with a pathway that leads to the front door. At the back of the house the garden takes full advantage of its due southerly aspect to catch the sun throughout the day. Adjacent to the back of the house is a full width terrace which makes the ideal spot for eating outside during the summer months and which leads onto a garden that is principally lawned and well enclosed on all sides. At the foot of the garden there is a large timber built shed and a rear gated access which leads out to the allocated parking space at the back of the property.


Undoubtedly part of the pleasure of the house is the hugely convenient nature of its location which is within easy walking distance of Woking town centre. The town is currently undergoing a progressive and imaginative programme of rengeration that is seeing a far more interesting and contemporary centre develop where interesting bars, cafes and restaurants have already opened up all along Commercial Way. Over the coming few years the town is only set to improve further with a very substantial Marks and Spencers already under construction and other exciting projects in the pipeline. The Peacocks centre is home to the New Victoria theatre and multiscreen cinema which further adds to the appeal of the town as a whole and Woking's mainline station is widely regarded as giving one of the very best commutes that can be found in the south east with a peak time service running into Waterloo in approximately 24 minutes. Almost on the doorstep is Woking leisure centre and Pool in the Park while just across the road is the David Lloyd health and fitness club. The house is within the catchment of three local primary schools and also two secondary schools. There are excellent golf courses in and around Woking along with miles of open countryside that make for excellent walking and cycling.