Our clients have really enjoyed their tenure at this lovely detached house, but it's time for them to move on and let someone else have the pleasure.
You enter the property via a smart recently replaced composite front door to a very good sized entrance hall with parquet flooring which extends into the dining room and sitting room. There is a downstairs cloakroom off the hall. The sitting room is a lovely bright double aspect room with a gas coal-effect fire and sliding patio doors to the rear. Head through a wide archway to the large extended dining room with garden aspect windows and understairs storage cupboard. This is a lovely sized room with plenty of room for a dining table and sofa as well as other items of furniture. The third reception room is a study/office which used to be the garage. There is a large walk-in storage cupboard housing meters and Worcester gas boiler. The kitchen/dining room is again an extended room providing great spaces for cooking and eating. Fitted with a comprehensive range of eye and base level cupboards and drawers in a white wood grain with roll top worksurfaces. There are spaces for gas cooker, washing machine and dishwasher. The newly replaced side door gives access to the garden.
Stairs from the hallway lead to the first floor landing off which are the three bedrooms. The master mirrors the sitting room below, sizewise. There is a very bright double aspect outlook, and fitted with an wide selection of wardrobes, storage cupboards and chests of drawers. Bedroom two features a wash-hand basin and a fitted shower cubicle with Aqualisa unit, and bedroom three is also an excellent size. The bathroom is fitted with a white suite with an Aqualisa shower unit over the bath.
The property is approached via a tarmacadam driveway with parking for two/three cars and most attractively landscaped gardens with mature hedging and small trees.
Side access leads to the rear garden. The garden here is beautifully secluded by mature shrubbery and small trees. Beyond a full width area of lawn there are a few steps that lead down to a patio area with two timber garden sheds on concrete bases. The garden is fully enclosed by panel fencing and there is a water tap and hose reel.
Chertsey South was developed in the 1950's and 60's comprising a selection of quietly located avenues comprising mainly detached family type houses. Indeed it remains a firm favourite with families today, and with very good reason!
Between Chertsey town centre and Ottershaw village it provides superb access to all motorway networks whilst the neighbouring towns of Weybridge, West Byfleet and Woking all offer mainline facilities into London Waterloo. The historic town of Chertsey with its rich mix of shops and leisure facilities is a short distance away. Similarly the River Thames and its associated pathways lead in one direction to Staines and the other to Weybridge. St Peters Hospital is very close at hand, ensuring this areas' popularity with those involved in the medical profession. Also, schools in the area have good reputations and include the popular Salesian Roman Catholic high school and the private William Perkins school for girls as well as a selection of other denominations and ages.