Let & Managed by Pillars £3,000 PCM (Fees apply) - Detached, House
This beautifully remodelled and refurbished 1920’s detached family home has been cleverly extended and restored ensuring a blend of traditional styling entwined with contemporary living. The well balanced accommodation is arranged over three floors and as you enter the property you get an instant feeling of space and light. The hub of the home is a stunning fitted kitchen/dining/living room with under floor heating, large bi-folds doors opening to and overlooking the mature rear garden. Two large lantern lights allow natural light to flood into the whole space making this a wonderful place to enjoy time with the family. The kitchen has been fitted with an extensive range of units and quartz worktops, a wine cooler and integrated appliances such as a Neff dishwasher, Neff oven, and a Neff hob along with a large central island with further storage, electronic/automatic retractable extractor and seating space. There is a further reception room currently used as a family room at the front of the house plus a useful utility room and cloakroom to complete this floor. To the first floor there are three spacious bedrooms which are serviced by the luxury family bathroom and a separate shower room. To the second floor you will find a further double bedroom and access to the loft space, with a window already in place over looking the garden.
The property is situated within a short walk to West Byfleet mainline train station with journey times to Waterloo taking about 30 minutes, while the village centre offers a wide selection of shops and restaurants including a Waitrose. Schools in the village include Roman Catholic, Church of England and state primary schools, and of course within a relatively short radius there are numerous other schools including the International School of London being only a mile away for example. The area also offers a great selection of some of the finest golf clubs and the Nuffield Health and Leisure centre with pool and West Byfleet Tennis Club are only a short walk away. The town centres of Weybridge and Woking are a short drive away, Woking also has a leisure centre, swimming pool, theatre and multi-screen cinema whilst the county capital of Guildford with its cobbled High Street, quaint side streets and the Yvonne Arnauld Theatre is also a short drive away.
To the outside the carriage driveway offers parking for several cars, plus a detached garage with electric car charging port and access from here to the rear garden. The garden measuring 0.192 acres is a lovely feature to the property and has the benefit of two outbuildings with light and power so could be used as a home office or somewhere for children to play. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with an extensive patio to the rear of the house and a backdrop of mature shrub, plant and tree borders. The garage also benefits from light and power.