An exciting and rare opportunity to move into a double fronted Victorian home that has been cleverly extended over the years to create lovely, well-planned family accommodation maintaining its charisma and featuring a number of enchanting features.
You enter the house via a stunning modern oak door into a lobby with a further smart oak and glazed door to the entrance hall. A staircase lies straight ahead with solid antique oak doors either side to lounge and dining room. Engineered oak flooring leads you in to both of these rooms. The front aspect sitting room enjoys a full-height exposed brick open fireplace. A wide opening leads through to the family room with French doors on to the patio. Off here is a downstairs cloakroom. Twin glazed doors lead to the kitchen/breakfast room with natural stone flooring and under floor heating. Fitted with a modern range of white units and spaces for a range cooker with extractor hood, washing machine, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. The separate dining room is, uniquely, fully solid oak-panelled to four walls, and has an exposed full-height brick open fireplace.
Stairs lead to the first floor landing and three double bedrooms. The master is a spacious room fitted with wardrobes either side of an exposed chimney breast. A lobby gives access through to a large spa-like en-suite bath/shower room in white with attractive Travertine limestone tiling. Bedrooms two and three also have fitted wardrobes. There is a separate family bathroom fitted with a white suite.
Furze Road is situated on the border of Row Town and Ottershaw and has a great deal going for it as a location. All around are green open spaces such as the woodland virtually opposite and Walton Leigh Park just a little further up the road. For everyday conveniences there is a parade of local shops including a Co-op, Indian Restaurant and a new sandwich shop just a quarter mile distant. Addlestone with its re-developing town centre that now includes a Waitrose and soon to be cinema, and of course its train station is about a mile, to a mile and a half distant. Mainline stations can be found at West Byfleet and New Haw and Byfleet.
Good schools, both private and state, are prevalent in the area. This location has great accessibility for road links to both Gatwick and Heathrow airports via the M25, London and the South Coast.