You will be amazed at just how much space there is on offer at this three bedroom semi-detached bungalow, cleverly and sensibly adapted and extended since its original build in the 1950s. There is no shortage of bedroom and living space on offer, coupled with an excellent rear garden overlooking paddocks beyond.
The whole of the ground floor has been re-floored in the last couple of years with attractive laminate flooring and carpeting and this helps to provide a contemporary and most comfortable feel when added to the modern standard of decor and fittings. To the rear of the house, off a good sized entrance hall is a surprisingly large sitting room, extended to create a large square space which comfortably affords a couple of sofas, chairs, table and chairs etc, without ever feeling over-furnished. Triple bi-fold doors create plenty of light. The kitchen is smartly fitted with a range of cream units, a fitted approx. one year old washing machine/dryer and a dishwasher. There are spaces for a one and half width gas range and upright fridge/freezer and a cupboard housing the Worcester Bosch gas boiler. Off the kitchen is a fully enclosed lobby with ideal storage space and doors to the front and rear.
All three bedrooms are an excellent size. Bedroom one is a really good double room, bright via front and side aspect windows. Bedroom two is another excellent sized double room facing the rear garden. Bedroom three was originally the integral garage and whilst working brilliantly as a single room could also afford a double bed if required. Bathroom facilities are excellent with the main bathroom fitted with a modern white suite with power shower over the bath whilst there is an additional and extremely handy separate WC.
To the front of the property is plenty of space for parking with hardstanding for at least three cars.
The rear garden is of a very decent size with a large decked patio, perfect for al-fresco dining in the warmer months. This gives access to a good size area of lawn. To the rear is a modern-built summer house/garden shed. The garden has direct views across paddock land and horses giving the location a tranquil semi-rural feel whilst still being so close to Chertsey town centre.
Chaseside Gardens is a lovely cul-de-sac backing onto fields and paddocks. However despite the close proximity of such open land, Chertsey town centre with its rich blend of shops, bars, restaurants and health club is virtually on the doorstep, as is the Abbeyfields recreation ground with its popular Black Cherry summer fair.
The River Thames and its associated pathways leading in one direction to Staines and the other to Weybridge is also close by. There are excellent road links and a railway station with access to London Waterloo reinforcing the popularity among commuters, whilst Chertsey remains a firm favourite with families by virtue of an excellent range of schools, both in the private and state sector. Communications are excellent due to the close proximity of the M3, M25 and M4 motorways. There are train services from Chertsey and mainline from Woking, West Byfleet, Weybridge and Virginia Water to London Waterloo. Heathrow airport is approximately 10 miles away.