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Price £499,950 (Freehold)
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A hugely versatile detached family home sitting in a convenient position within a short walk of Knaphill village. EPC Rating D

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Beechwood Road is a quiet and very convenient position that sits within just a few minutes' walk of Knaphill village centre. As with all bungalows there is a certain degree of flexibility to the way in which the accommodation can be used according to the needs of the incoming buyer.

The principal living space for the property is a large relatively open plan sitting dining room where the sitting room has a bright double aspect and doors at the back that lead out onto the terrace and garden. Off the dining room is a substantial conservatory which likewise leads out onto the terrace while on the other side is a door into a storage area and downstairs cloakroom. The kitchen is fitted out with a comprehensive range of modern white units and various integrated appliances along with a tiled floor and space for a breakfast table as well as a door that leads into the conservatory. Off the kitchen is a very useful utility area and a covered walkway that leads to the front of the house.

Across the front of the house there are three bedrooms one with a range of built in wardrobes, a second double and a further third double bedroom. From the conservatory a spiral staircase leads up to a further loft room which has a good deal of eaves storage and is a very versatile space.

Garden and Exterior

At the front of the house there is a large block paved driveway that allows for the off road parking of numerous cars. The rear garden is predominantly terraced for ease of maintenance and is well enclosed by a collection of mature trees and shrubs and has a westerly aspect.


Beechwood Road sits in a convenient position within just a few minutes' walk of Knaphill village centre with its comprehensive array of local shops, pubs and restaurants. The more comprehensive town of Woking is also within just a short drive of the house and is currently undergoing some very significant regeneration that is seeing a far more interesting and contemporary town develop with new and interesting bars, cafes and restaurants opening up all along Commercial Way. There is a theatre and multi screen cinema in the Peacocks shopping centre and Woking's mainline station runs a superb 23 minute commuter service into Waterloo. There is also the option of commuting from Brookwood station which is within easy reach of the house while in and around Knaphill are numerous recreation facilities and various schools catering for all ages.