Our clients have owned this family home since 2006, when they became the second owners of the house. In 2008 they remodelled the property to suit the needs of their family of four and this now meets the requirements of today's families. Our clients are also providing the flexibility of offering the property with no onward chain. EPC Rating D.
Since 2008 when our clients remodelled their home they have enjoyed many years of entertaining family and friends. The ground floor layout with its five entertaining areas means that families can enjoy time together or their own space, particularly relevant in this age with so many people working from home.
On entering Paddocks Close you have a large galleried hallway which is great for greeting guests and our client works from home so he has the ability to meet clients and lead them through to his office without going through the whole house. All of the four separate reception rooms are a great size and the lounge/dining room is two great areas, leading through to the garden.
The kitchen/breakfast room has been well thought out by our clients with many hours of debate about creating the best layout, incorporating a butler sink, central island along with a full range of units, integrated appliances and granite worktops, the flooring flows through from the entrance hall and the separate utility is large enough to be functional and provides access to the garage for storage.
The first floor needed to provide four double bedrooms as our clients had teenage children so space was important to everyone, the master bedroom has a dressing area and en-suite with both bath and free standing shower, the guest bedroom, a very generous double has an en-suite shower room, the two further double bedrooms share the family bathroom.
Both our clients and ourselves feel that this is a really functional house in a central location, where families have enjoyed living for the last forty odd years.
Paddocks Close was built in the 1970's and comprises of just 8 homes, only a short walk of the High Street.
The High Street is regarded as one of the best in the borough due to its village feel and collection of local businesses.
There is within walking distance both the schools of Cobham Free school and St Andrews Junior school, yet another reason why people rarely move from the close.
For commuters both Cobham and Esher stations are close by, both providing services to London Waterloo.
The A3 and M25 are a five minute drive providing access to London's two main airports.