Large detached Victorian homes like this are becoming rarer and rarer in Weybridge. This particular house has been a much-loved family home for approaching 50 years. Offering an abundance of wonderful family accommodation, you can see why! Retaining much of the original character inside and positioned on a bold corner plot this is a gilt-edged opportunity to purchase an extremely lovely home. EPC Rating E.
- Detached period home
- Retaining many character features.
- Off street parking and large detached garage
- Walking distance of village shops and local pub
- Catchment for sought after schools
- Mainline station 1.1 miles
- Delightful gardens
- Rarely avaliable
A much-loved family home that has been in the ownership of our clients for approaching 50 years. Arranged over three floors and offering a plethora of well-planned family accommodation you can see why it has been in their tenure for so long. Retaining much of the original character and charm but having seen much improvement in recent years. The ground floor boasts two extremely large reception rooms with high ceilings and original cornicing. The kitchen breakfast room as you would expect is the real heart of the house. The central island unit is the perfect place to hone those Gordon Ramsay skills whilst a large area for a table and chairs makes the perfect place for informal dining or homework! A large walk in pantry harks back to days gone by and is the perfect storage area. A downstairs cloakroom is located off the welcoming entrance hall.
As you progress upstairs you will find three extremely large double bedrooms. One of is which is configured as the principal bedroom with en-suite and dressing area. The two further bedrooms are serviced by the refitted family bathroom. Rising from the first floor landing the second floor offers four further bedrooms. The top floor whilst currently arranged as four bedrooms could easily be re configured.
St Marys Road is in the heart of Oatlands village a short distance from Weybridge town which is in the Borough of Elmbridge and is a bustling commuter town. The area has excellent shopping facilities with numerous well known outlets in the High Street and on Queens Road, there are numerous chic boutiques, shops, restaurants and bars. Oatlands village is extremely popular and offers a real village community with shops and a pub and sought after schools. Weybridge is excellent for the commuter and in terms of transport communications in general. Weybridge and Walton mainline stations have frequent services into London Waterloo in approximately 32 minutes and the A3 and M25 motorway network are within approximately 3 miles. Being between junction 10 and 11 of the M25, Weybridge also gives quick and easy access to both Heathrow and Gatwick Airports. There is also an excellent selection of both State and Private Schools within Weybridge and within the immediate surrounding area. Being situated on the River Wey, there are numerous Towpath walks and Health Clubs, Gyms and other recreational facilities including horse racing at Sandown, Epsom and Kempton Park, all fairly near by..