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Price Guide £635,000 (Freehold)
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A hugely versatile and very comfortable chalet home tucked away at the end of a long driveway in the heart of Knaphill village. EPC Rating D

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It is unusual to find a home that sits in the heart of Knaphill village and yet is in a hugely private and tucked away setting and the somewhat unique location of this home is undoubtedly part of the appeal. Sitting at the end of a long private driveway the house has a considerable feeling of seclusion and privacy to it and yet at the same time is no more than a few minutes walk from the centre of the village. As with all chalet style homes there is a degree of versatility to the way in which the accommodation can be used according to need but what is undoubtedly a fact is that it has a very pleasing feeling of light and space to it throughout.

On the ground floor the accommodation is set out off a central hallway which to one side has the potential to utilise the two rooms on the left hand side of the house as a separate annexe. The room on the back has its own side access as well as a small kitchenette while the room on the front has its own en-suite shower room. Alternatively if used as part of the main house the rear facing room would make an equally good family room or dining room if preferred. On the other side of the hallway a substantial sitting room has an outlook over the front while on the back a very large kitchen dining room is fitted out with a full range of units and various built in appliances. In between the sitting room and the kitchen dining room there is a large and very useful utility room.

On the first floor the bedrooms continue in the same light and airy vein with the main bedroom looking out over the front and having its own en suite bathroom while the remaining two bedrooms both have an en-suite dressing area and share the use of a Jack and Jill en-suite shower room.

Garden and Exterior

The house is approached by a long private gravel driveway that leads from Lower Guildford Road through wrought iron gates. The gardens of the house principally surround it on all sides as it sits very centrally in the plot with a small well enclosed area of front garden which takes advantage of its southerly aspect. At the back of the house there is an area of lawn and to one side a covered loggia which makes a very pleasant spot for eating outside during the summer months.


The house sits no more than a few minutes walk from the centre of Knaphill village which has a wide and varied array of local shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants that very much cater for everyday needs. When you are looking for something more extensive than what is on offer in the village Woking's hugely regenerated town centre is within easy reach and today has a modern and contemporary feel to it which has been hugely improved with the influx of well known restaurants all along Commercial Way. The Peacocks shopping centre has a large food court on the lower ground floor, a wide and varied selection of shops above while off to one side is the New Victoria theatre and multi screen cinema. Woking's mainline station is widely regarded as giving one of the best commutes that can be found in the south east into Waterloo while there is also the option of commuting from Brookwood station which is a short distance in the other direction. There are excellent schools in and around Knaphill and Woking catering for all ages along with numerous highly regarded golf clubs which are within easy reach.