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  • Situated toward the end of a tranquil tree lined road
  • Within easy reach of mainline station
  • Principal bedroom suite with en-suite and dressing area
  • Garden facing balcony
  • Stunning rear garden
  • Flexible accommodation
  • Driveway providing off-street parking
  • Undergone a complete refurbishment in recent years

Nearest Stations

  • Weybridge Rail Station - 1.0 miles
  • Walton-on-Thames Rail Station - 1.4 miles
  • Byfleet & New Haw Rail Station - 2.1 miles
  • Hersham Rail Station - 2.3 miles
  • Addlestone Rail Station - 2.4 miles

Situated toward the end of a tranquil tree lined road, in one of Weybridge’s most highly regarded areas being convenient for the Queens Road cafés and shops, and for either Weybridge or Walton mainline train stations, we are delighted to offer for sale this attractive semi-detached home, dating back to we understand the 1920’s and constructed by W.G Tarrant, famed for the original St Georges Hill mansions.

Being one of only six of the originally known, St Georges Hill Cottages, this particular home has undergone a complete refurbishment in recent years and now offers plenty of flexible accommodation over both floors and occupies a plot of around .16 acres backing directly onto woodland.

Over the ground floor there is a welcoming entrance hall, with cloakroom and W.C just off, which is partially open to a lovely dining area which in turn has double doors through to the kitchen. Comprising modern but traditionally styled fittings, the kitchen really matches the house and is superbly fitted and finished. A central island is the focal point set under a large roof window which allied to two set of doors overlooking and leading to the garden, gives the whole area a great sense of light and space. The principal reception room can also be reached from the kitchen and the hall, enjoys a similar garden view and a log burner with exposed brick surround. The entrance hall also leads to a well-proportioned, double aspect study and another room, which could fulfil a number of uses including an additional bedroom, reception room or playroom, and features an original fireplace. The ground floor in its entirety enjoys underfloor heating.

Once upstairs, the broad landing gives access to three sizeable double rooms, with the principal comprising the bedroom, dressing room, a beautifully appointed en-suite shower room and W.C, and unusually doors from the dressing and bedroom areas to a generous garden facing balcony. The dressing room could if desired, be separated to be an additional separate bedroom. Completing the first floor accommodation is the equally well finished family bathroom.

The garden is simply stunning with a generous, slightly raised patio and seating area overlooking the remainder of the garden which is predominantly lawned with various mature shrubs and trees planted throughout and along its borders. A secluded rear patio can also be found tucked away at the end of the garden enjoying views of a second lawn and the woodland beyond. To the front of the house you will find further planting surrounding an immaculately maintained block paved driveway providing parking for several vehicles.

This is without doubt a house that needs to be seen to be fully appreciated.

Council Tax Band: E (Elmbridge)

Property Ref: 25716602
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