There have been few, if any, other detached 4-bedroom single storey residences in the Chertsey area in this price range available this year, so this can certainly be considered a rare opportunity to purchase such a home. Whilst most of the property is in generally good condition there is still scope to do more with the internal layout if required. Indeed planning has been granted (planning ref - RU.18/0035) for a single storey rear extension.
The accommodation is laid out with the bedrooms off the spacious entrance hall, to the front of the property. The master bedroom, a lovely size room with a comprehensive range of fitted furniture, has its own en-suite shower-room. The second bedroom is also a lovely double room with built-in double wardrobe, The third is also big enough to afford a double bed whilst the fourth makes a good single room or study. There is also an internal family bathroom serving beds 2, 3 & 4.
The main sitting room is a very impressive size featuring wooden flooring and a gas fire with ornate white timber surround. Wide double glazed sliding patio doors lead to a very wide conservatory with 3 sets of sliding patio doors. The far end of the conservatory is of solid walls and ceiling.
The kitchen consists of a good range of oak style fronted units, tiled worktops and a 4-burner gas hob with separate double oven. Whilst a little dated in style, this is a really good kitchen to be going on with. A small conservatory area leads around to a utility room with space & plumbing for washing machine & tumble dryer.
The foreground to this property is particularly impressive, featuring a huge in and out driveway with loads of parking for numerous vehicles and well stocked and attractive flower borders. Side access leads to the rear garden. Access is also gained to the garage which is a very good size single.
The rear garden is most attractively maintained by our clients. A neatly looked after lawn is surrounded by a raised shrub beds with a number of inset young silver birches. Bordered and secluded by attractive grey-painted panel fencing.
Fordbridge Close is a short cul-de-sac close to the Snow and Rock store in Chertsey. The town centre is approx. 3/4 of a mile distant with its rich blend of shops, bars, restaurants, health club and train station to Waterloo. The new Chertsey High School is just down the road, and Stepgates junior school is around the corner. The Roman Catholic Salesian Secondary and William Perkins private school for girls are also in the town.
One of the really lovely location features is the River Thames which is virtually on the doorstep at Chertsey Meads and Chertsey Bridge.
Communications are excellent due to the close proximity of the M25, M3 and M4 motorways linking easily with Heathrow and Gatwick airports. There are train services from Chertsey and mainline from Woking, West Byfleet, Weybridge and Virginia Water to London Waterloo.