There is little about the attractive front fascia of this detached 1950s built house that would give you any clue as to just how much internal accommodation there is on offer here! Double storey extended across the rear of the house, and even triple storey extended in one area of the property! The living accommodation is something to behold whilst upstairs includes a master bedroom with the en-suite bathroom on the level above.
Downstairs, you enter the house into a large split-level reception hall with carpeted and Chinese slate tiled floors. There are three individual and separate reception rooms plus a study/office and a breakfast room off the kitchen Each reception has its own individuality and we think they are perfect for use at different seasons during the year. The rear sitting room enjoys full width sliding patio door to the terrace and gardens. The interconnecting living room to the front we think would make a lovely cosy room in the winter and it enjoys a limestone surround fireplace with inset coal log gas fire. These two rooms are divided by twin glazed doors. The other reception is an enormous conservatory, but much more than a conservatory given its dimensions - with twin doors on to the garden, a lovely recessed bookcase, full radiator heating and quarry tiled flooring. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a comprehensive range of dark oak units and extensive worksurfaces with inset four burner Bosch gas hob, triple bank of fitted ovens and microwave, dishwasher, upright fridge and separate freezer. The slightly separate breakfast room gives access to the utility room, which has space for upright fridge and separate freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer. Off the entrance hall is a lovely study and also a downstairs cloakroom.
Stairs lead up to the first floor landing off which are the four double bedrooms. The master features great views of the garden and is fitted with a comprehensive range of designer Hulsta furniture. A staircase leads directly up to the large en-suite bathroom with corner bath and separate power/steam shower cubicle all with underfloor heating. Bedroom two is fitted with a full width range of fitted wardrobes and bedrooms three and four have fitted wardrobe/ cupboards. There is a family bathroom with bath & shower cubicle and separate wc.
The property is approached via a gravelled driveway providing off street parking for a number of cars, secluded by rhododendron and laurel hedging. There is a brick paved and stepped area immediately adjacent to the front of the house. Side access can be achieved to the rear at either side of the house.
The rear garden is little short of stunning, with a leafy backdrop created by the woodland beyond. In total the garden extends to in the region of 220ft. A full width and deep paved terraced area rises to a further terrace with timber framed pergola, the perfect place for alfresco dining and sitting out when the weather isn t perfect. There is a large expanse of lawn with a further square paved patio and to the rear three impressive trees, one walnut and two pines. At the rear is a large timber framed garden shed. There is also a modern greenhouse and the garden offers excellent privacy from the laurel and bamboo to the right hand side and holly to the left.
Quietly positioned away from Brox Road, set back and the central property of two others in this position. 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.