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Asking Price £485,000 (Freehold)
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If you are hunting for a Edwardian 3-bedroom semi-detached cottage with lots of charm and character, off-street parking, a good size garden and in a semi-rural location, your search could be at an end!

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Edwardian red-brick semi-detached homes are always 'hot property' and this fine example should prove no different. Enjoying a host of attractive features, both characterful and contemporary, and in lovely decorative order, this super property comes complete with off street parking for 2 cars and a very good size rear garden.

Downstairs, the accommodation includes a comfortable and relaxing sitting room with a bay window and a Victorian fireplace - the perfect evening room! The separate dining room is an extremely bright room with oak style flooring, that offers a spacious feel, enhanced further by the glazed double doors and sidelights that lead into a modern conservatory.

The kitchen has been enlarged over the years to create an excellent cooks kitchen, featuring an exposed brick chimney breast that is the perfect space for a double-width range cooker. There is a good range of cream fronted units and the feeling of quality is enhanced by the extensive granite work-surfaces. There are spaces for the usual appliances and a door into the garden.

Upstairs, there are 3 lovely individual bedrooms and a bath/shower-room. This room is smartly fitted with a white suite, clawfoot bath and a separate shower cubicle.

The house is equipped with modern sash-style double glazed windows and the heating is via a mains gas system to radiators.

Drainage is part private - four houses in the immediate vicinity own pump which pumps waste to the main drain at an approximate cost of just £5.00 per quarter.


Garden and Exterior

Outside, to the front/side of the house is space for two cars side-by-side on a brick-paved forecourt. A wrought iron gate leads you into the rear garden. Because of the additional side area behind the parking the garden feels rather larger than many gardens that come with similar period homes. Mainy lawned with a timber garden shed and fully surrounded by panel fencing.


Lyne Village remains a firm favourite amongst those looking for something a little more rural in style, but still within such easy reach of all that the surrounding area has to offer. particularly the schools and shops of neighbouring towns Chertsey and Virginia Water and junction 11 of the M25.

Lyne retains a real sense of community, boasting an OFSTED outstanding primary school, village pub and a very close-by and excellent farm shop/nursery. Chertsey and Virginia Water provide an eclectic blend of shops, restaurants, bars and bistros along with their train stations. Whilst the larger towns of Weybridge, West Byfleet and Woking are all within very close proximity and all offer mainline train facilities into London Waterloo. St Peters Hospital is also extremely close by so this is an ideal location for healthcare workers.