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Features

  • Substantial period home
  • Perfectly situated for Walton-on-Thames mainline station
  • Abundance of character features
  • Exceptionally secluded rear garden
  • Five bedrooms
  • Driveway providing off-street parking

Nearest Stations

  • Walton-on-Thames Rail Station - 0.2 miles
  • Hersham Rail Station - 1.0 miles
  • Weybridge Rail Station - 2.1 miles
  • Shepperton Rail Station - 2.4 miles
  • Esher Rail Station - 2.5 miles

Martin Flashman & Co are delighted to offer for sale this substantial period home located in this highly sought-after and convenient location, moments away from a whole host of facilities. Walton's mainline railway station is just a short walk away, providing a fast and frequent service to London Waterloo. The property retains an abundance of period character features throughout including original doors, fireplaces, architraves and cornicing. The accommodation is perfect for a family with impressive room sizes arranged over three floors and includes a modern kitchen/breakfast room which overlooks the rear garden. The gardens are exceptionally secluded with expanse of lawn, established borders giving plenty of natural seclusion and capturing the afternoon sun.

West Grove is a superbly regarded location. Hersham's shopping centre is close at hand, including Waitrose and Costa Coffee, as are a number of leisure facilities and schooling for children of all ages.

Retaining an abundance of original features in this sought-after commutable location, this handsome period home has attractive architecture influenced by the Arts and Crafts movement.

The accommodation briefly comprises an impressive reception hall with ground floor cloak/shower room. The living room is a perfect size for entertaining with a wonderful feature arched window to the front aspect with feature fireplace. There is a family room to the rear aspect with brick fireplace and a door to the rear garden. The kitchen dining room suits family living with space for a table and chairs featuring a double aspect ensuring plenty of light. There is an excellent range of modern fitted units with plenty of space for appliances. There is also a very useful pantry/utility room just off the kitchen. It is also worth noting that the gas central heating boiler was replaced in early 2023.

An easy rising staircase leads to the first floor where all of the three bedrooms are well-proportioned in size with pretty fireplaces, and there is a good sized family bathroom. On the second floor, there are a further two bedrooms including a large walk-in eaves storage.

Externally there is plenty of parking to the block paved front driveway. The gardens are a particular attribute of the property with an expansive lawn area surrounded by a selection of mature trees and shrubs, a sunken garden area towards the end of the garden and there is a large timber garden shed.

In all, something of a rarity, a fantastic family sized character home in a prime residential road.

Council Tax Band: G (Elmbridge)



Property Ref: 26992901
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