Heathview is a cleverly extended and very comfortable detached family home that sits in a peaceful semi rural position overlooking Prey Heath Common. The house has been skilfully extended in recent years and now provides well balanced accommodation that works extremely well on a practical day to day living basis taking into account the needs of modern day family life.
On the ground floor a very large and welcoming reception hall leads to all of the principal living rooms and immediately creates a sense of space which runs through the house as a whole. The main sitting room is a beautifully light and airy space with a central fireplace and where on one side double doors lead into the dining room which likewise has a lovely outlook over the rear garden. On the front of the house there is a very useful study/family room while on the other side is a substantial kitchen breakfast room which has a family sitting area to one side where double doors lead out onto the sun terrace. The kitchen is fitted out with an exceptional array of wooden units and various integrated appliances that include a large range cooker while opposite this is a small and very useful breakfast bar.
On the first floor a very roomy master bedroom has a lovely outlook at the front of the house, a range of built in wardrobes and its own very nicely fitted en-suite bathroom. Behind this is a very comfortable guest bedroom which likewise has a built in wardrobe and its own en-suite bathroom while the remaining three double bedrooms all overlook the rear garden and share the use of a large very nicely fitted family bathroom.
On the top floor a clever loft conversion gives the house a large additional space which would make an ideal games room, home office or indeed occasional sixth bedroom, this too having its own en suite shower room.
- Overlooking Prey Heath Common
- Close to Worplesdon mainline station
- Large welcoming hallway
- Two en suite bathrooms plus a five piece family bathroom
- Living space in excess of 3000 square feet
- Sunny South facing garden
Garden and Exterior
At the front of the house there is a large area of gravel driveway that allows for numerous cars to be parked off the road and which leads to a double integral garage. At the back of the house the sun terrace runs across the entire width of the property making the ideal spot for eating outside during the summer months and which leads onto a garden that is principally lawned and very well enclosed on all sides by a collection of mature trees. The garden takes full advantage of a southerly aspect to catch the sun throughout the afternoon and into the evening and very much adds to the pleasure of the house as a whole.
Prey Heath Road is a lovely semi rural position on the outskirts of Woking but still within easy reach of the town. Just across the road from the house is Prey Heath Common which not only gives it a very attractive outlook but also means that walking and cycling is literally on the doorstep. Woking as a town is undergoing some very significant regeneration currently which is seeing a far more contemporary and interesting town unfurl where new and well known bars and restaurants have already opened up all along Commercial Way. There are other exciting developments in the pipeline that will only see the town improve further in the coming few years. Just along the road from the house is Worplesdon station which runs a swift service into Waterloo while a short drive in the other direction will take you into the beautiful county town of Guildford with its historic cobbled high street lined by period buildings. There are numerous golf courses in and around Woking along with theatres and leisure centres and schools catering for all ages.