On entering the property, the hall has original black and red hexagon shaped floor tiles, also there is a cloakroom off the hall. The traditional front room lounge has a characterful bay window and open gas fire and chimney breast. Behind the lounge there is a dining room, which is open plan into the kitchen, which has a side door into the garden, but also leads into a large double glazed conservatory. On the first floor there are three double bedrooms. The master bedroom has a Victorian fireplace. The bathroom is accessed from the landing via a few steps, adding character to the floor. To the rear of the property there is a good sized garden, for central Weybridge, with a wide side return allowing a great opportunity to extend. This part of Weybridge is highly popular due to its close proximity to the High Street, which offers a wide range of shops and restaurants, as well as having a number of highly popular schools nearby. The station is about 25 minutes walk away and offers an excellent service, taking approximately half an hour to London Waterloo.