Coniston Road is a quiet and very convenient position in Old Woking that is still within easy reach of Woking town centre and its excellent commuter station. The property has been significantly improved by our clients during their time there and is now neutrally decorated and superbly presented throughout, a fact which very much adds to the overall feeling of light and space that runs through the property as a whole.
All of the accommodation leads from a welcoming reception hall and on the back is a substantial sitting dining room which has been extended to create a far more workable day to day living space. Throughout the hallway and this main living room is a delightful wood floor while the sitting area at the back also has double door that lead out onto the terrace and garden beyond. The kitchen is fitted out with an excellent range of wooden units and various integrated appliances and has a lovely outlook over the rear garden as well as a door that leads out onto a side access.
The main bedroom is on the front and is a very comfortable double with a bay window that adds to the light and space while the second and third bedrooms are on either side of the hallway. The bathroom is beautifully fitted out with a modern white contemporary suite including fully tiled walls and there is also a separate cloakroom.
Garden and Exterior
At the front of the house there is a large block paved driveway that allows for parking several cars off the road and on each side of the house there is access to the rear. Adjacent to the back of the house there is a further block paved sun terrace which makes the ideal spot for eating outside during the warmer months as the garden takes full advantage of its westerly aspect to catch the sun throughout the afternoon and into the evening. The remainder of the garden is neatly lawned and well enclosed on all sides by panel fencing.
Coniston Road is a quiet and attractive setting that is within a short walk of a range of local shops including a Sainsburys Local at Westfield and likewise within walking distance of Woking town centre and mainline station through Woking Park. The town is currently undergoing an expansive and imaginative programme of regeneration that is seeing a far more contemporary and interesting town develop with the influx of well known bars, cafes and restaurants and the construction of a very substantial branch new Marks and Spencers already underway. In town there is also the New Victoria theatre and multi screen cinema in the Peacocks shopping centre and Woking's mainline station gives the commuter one of the best rail services into Waterloo that can be found in the south east. Within a short walk of the property is Woking Leisure Centre and Pool in the Park and also the David Lloyd Heath and Fitness club along with a collection of very well regarded schools and other leisure pursuits including numerous golf clubs.