Our clients have spent a great deal of time, thought and effort in creating this fabulous house that combines a modern, contemporary feel whilst invoking a sense of its original iconic 60s style. Furthermore it is tucked away at the end of a quietly positioned cul-de-sac within a mile of Addlestone town centre.
Half-tile hung to the front, you enter the property via a uPVC front door into a newly floored entrance hall with a downstairs cloakroom leading off. A door then leads to a superb open-plan bright L-shaped lounge/dining room. An eye-catching feature here is the superb herringbone polished woodblock flooring and the original open-tread staircase. Sliding bi-fold doors at the rear of the room open into the garden and really helps bring the outside indoors. The kitchen is separated by a sliding door and a timber and glazed shelving unit built in the original style. The kitchen has been recently refitted in a range of handle-less base-level cupboards and drawers in white with contrasting worktops and shelving. Integral appliances include a 3-burner induction hob, oven, chrome extractor hood. There are spaces for washing machine and fridge/freezer.
Upstairs to the spacious first floor landing. The three bedrooms are all particularly impressive sizes, indeed the 3rd currently accommodates a double bed! The flooring upstairs is of exposed floorboards. The bathroom has also been recently refitted in a white suite with over-bath shower unit and attractively tiled walls.
Heating is via an electric underfloor system and the windows have been replaced with uPVC double glazed units in the same large picture window style of the original. Our clients have also had the house rewired.
The property is situated at the end of The Glen with little in the way of passing cars. Parking is provided in unallocated parking slots. It should be possible, if desired, to have the kerb lowered to create off street parking for 2 cars at the front of the property, subject to planning and satisfaction of covenants within the deeds. There is a garage in a very nearby block.
The rear garden is a lovely retreat from the outside world. A full-width patio leads to a lawn with flower and shrub beds bordering. To the rear the garden rises up to a timber fence. There is a garden tap.
The Glen is a cul-de-sac situated on the outskirts of Addlestone, on the Ottershaw side of town, close to plenty of trees and greenery. In the middle of the road is a green open space, great for children. Addlestone itself is about 3/4 of a mile away and is a town currently in the process of an exciting re-regeneration project that includes a 101 bedroom Premier Inn, a mix of retail units including a Waitrose supermarket, a range of high quality restaurants, a six screen cinema and a new gym.
The nearest local range of shops is about 0.4 miles away in Row Town, whilst there is also another very handy Co-op the same distance away. The area remains a firm favourite amongst families due to the good schools in the area, including Holy Family Roman Catholic school just around the corner and Jubilee High just down the road. It provides superb access to the M25, M3 and A3 motorway networks whilst the neighbouring towns of Weybridge, West Byfleet and Woking all offer mainline train services to London Waterloo. Those with dogs will enjoy the area for the number of woodland walks in the region.