We believe this three bedroom 1930s semi-detached home has a lovely feel about it. It is no more apparent than in the front sitting room with this leafy outlook through the front aspect bay window and the lovely brick and timber surround open fireplace. The separate dining room features a cast iron log burner and double French doors to the garden. A wide opening then leads to the kitchen. Fitted with a range of eye and base level units, roll top worksurfaces and inset four burner gas hob with oven below and chrome extractor over, a fitted dishwasher and washing machine. There is a wall mounted gas boiler. A door leads to the rear garden. Off the entrance hall is an understairs cloakroom.
A staircase leads up to the first floor landing. There are three bedrooms, two good doubles, the rear one overlooking the lovely garden with open fields and beyond. The front bedroom enjoys an outlook on to trees and shrubbery. The bathroom is fitted with a white suite and almost fully tiled walls.
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Quietly positioned towards the end of a private cul-de-sac off Brox Road. Close to the heart of Ottershaw village (just under 1/2 a mile away) that enjoys a range of local shops which cater for everyday needs, including a post office/mini supermarket, a One-Stop supermarket, 2 takeaways, a pub, a Miller and Carter steak restaurant and a social club. This location enjoys a real spirit of community about it.
More comprehensive facilities can be found a little further afield in Addlestone and Chertsey whilst the larger towns of Weybridge, West Byfleet and Woking are a short drive, each offering mainline access to London (Waterloo). Road connections in the area are excellent with Junction 11 of the M25 being a few minutes drive allowing easy access to Heathrow and Gatwick airports and central London. Good schools are also prevalent in this area including the highly rated Ottershaw C of E Infant and Junior Schools and the outstanding Meath School - a specialist speech and language school almost opposite.