The Flowers estate in Bisley is a quiet and much sought after location and within this is Salvia Court which is a small cul de sac of just five substantial detached houses.
The house has an uncommon feeling of light and space to it with rooms that are of a very comfortable size and work extremely well on a practical day to day living basis.
All of the living rooms lead from a large and welcoming reception hall that immediately creates the feeling of space that runs thorough the house as a whole. The sitting room on one side is a big front to back space that has doors that lead out onto the very private rear garden. On the other side of the house is a study / family room that looks out over the front while on the back the kitchen and dining room have been opened out into one large space across the back of the house. This is a fantastic family space that works equally well for entertaining and has a very pleasing outlook over the rear garden. The kitchen is fitted out with an excellent array of units and integrated appliances and has double doors that open onto the side garden.
On the first floor the bedrooms are all equally comfortable with a large main room that has its own full en suite bathroom. The remaining four bedrooms are all doubles and share the use of a family bathroom that is fitted out with a very smart and contemporary suite.
Garden and Exterior
At the front of the house there is a large gravel drive that has space for parking several cars off the road and which leads to a double width garage. At the back there is a terrace which runs along the rear of the house and makes a great spot to eat outside in the summer. The rest of the garden is lawned and wraps around the house on two sides meaning that there is always a spot in the garden to catch the sun.
The house sits in a hugely convenient location within easy reach of Knaphill, Brookwood and Chobham villages. All three of these have a range of local shops that very much cater for everyday needs while Brookwood has an excellent commuter station running a service into Waterloo via Woking. Just along the road from the house is a very large Sainsbury's superstore while both Chobham and Knaphill villages have a number of local pubs and restaurants. Woking town centre is within just a short drive of the house and is currently undergoing an imaginative and forward thinking programme of regeneration that is seeing it take on a far more interesting and contemporary feel. The New Victoria theatre and multi screen cinema can be found in the Peacocks shopping centre and Woking has what is widely regarded as one of the very best commuting stations that can be found in the south east running a peak time service into Waterloo in roughly 24 minutes. There are excellent schools for all ages in the local area along with a collection of very highly regarded golf clubs. The M3 is within a short drive for those people wanting to commute into London by road or indeed to Heathrow and Gatwick airports via the M25.