Rydens Road, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, KT12 3DL | Property for sale | Savills
1,623 sq ft(150.78 sq m)
Guide price £1,200,000

Rydens RoadWalton-on-Thames, Surrey, KT12 3DL

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Potential to extend STPP
  • Spacious reception rooms
  • South facing garden
  • Off street parking
  • Outside stores

Four bedroom family home half a mile from Walton mainline station.

About this property

  • This well presented family home is located approximately half a mile from Walton mainline station and within easy reach of the Halfway with it's independent shops and restaurants.

    Approached via a sweeping driveway and entered via a pretty covered porch where you are welcomed into the home by a light entrance hall which gives access to all of the rooms on the ground floor.

    The double aspect living room spans across the righthand side of the house where a gas fire serves as the focal point of the room. The conservatory is accessed via double doors in the living room and enjoys views over the well maintained rear garden. The dining room with double doors back to the living room is also accessed off the hallway which also overlooks the garden. The kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and base units and has a handy door leading out to the side of the property and garden beyond. There is an additional reception room to the front of the property, a handy utility cupboard and a shower room completing the accommodation on this floor.

    The staircase with beautiful stained glass window rises to the first floor landing. The double aspect principle bedroom is fitted with a range of storage and enjoys views of the rear garden, there are two further double bedrooms with fitted storage and fourth bedroom which is currently being used as a study. There is also a modern family bathroom on this floor.

    Externally to the rear is the delightful garden which is mainly laid to lawn and is surrounded by mature shrubs and plants. There is a patio area accessed via the conservatory which is perfect for entertaining family and friends. The garden also houses three storage sheds with a separate gardeners toilet. Externally to the front is the block paved driveway offering parking for several cars.

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I can just imagine spending a summers evening in the lovely garden enjoying the company of my friends and family.

Olivia PerezProperty agent

Local information

  • Walton on Thames is located on the south side of the River Thames, with a most impressive landmark, a stunning road bridge that spans the Thames between Walton and Shepperton. The current bridge is the 6th to be built here since 1750. The town began as a small Celtic settlement. It is recorded in the Doomsday book as Waletona, or 'Welsh Town'. The name has evolved over time to become Walton on Thames.
  • The river access makes this town a perfect place to live if you have a love of the outdoors. There is ample opportunity for activities such as walking, cycling, running and the plethora of watersports that are available. There are also clubs for tennis, rugby, football, dance, theatre and much more.
  • Outstanding leisure facilities are nearby including golf at Burhill, St George's Hill, The Wisley, Wentworth, and The Berkshire. Excellent clubs for sport and arts including Reeds Weybridge RFU, Weybridge Cricket Club, Walton and Kingston Athletics Clubs, Susan Robinson Ballet and Julie Sianne Theatre Arts. There is a wide choice of recreational facilities including health clubs such as David Lloyd and St George's Hill Lawn Tennis Club. The River Thames and River Wey offer water sports and there is racing at both Sandown Park and Kempton Park.
  • There is access to excellent healthcare at Prime Health (GP services, Consultant clinics, diagnostics and rehabilitation), Weybridge and Walton Physiotherapy and several other healthcare providers.
  • During the 1st World War, Walton on Thames provided medical treatment for Soldiers from New Zealand. There is still a Kowhai tree, native to New Zealand, planted opposite the New Zealand Avenue entrance to The Heart and bearing a memorial plaque.
  • During the 1920's the area became known for its passion for film and boasted several studios, including the Cecil Hepworth Studio, which was converted to a theatre by the original architect when the studio closed. In World War II, the town was heavily bombed, due to its close proximity to Brooklands where planes and other war materials were manufactured.
  • After the 2nd World War, the town began to re-develop, the film studios made a comeback and many films were made out of studios such as the Nettlefold and Walton Studios.
  • The area also had a passion for racing and in the 1940's and 50's HWM (Hersham and Walton Motors) built racing cars including Formula 1 cars driven by legends including Stirling Moss. HWM is still very much part of the town and after winding up the racing car business, took a franchise in iconic Aston Martin cars.
  • The area benefits from a range of independent, state and international schools, including Ashley C of E Primary School, ACS Cobham International School, Brooklands College, Cardinal Newman Catholic Primary, Cleve's School, Feltonfleet School, Guildford High School, Hampton School, Heathside School, LEH School, Notre Dame School, Parkside School, Reeds School, Royal Guildford School, Sir William Perkins's School, St. George's College, Surbiton High School, Three Rivers Academy.
  • Walton on Thames regularly hosts Farmers Markets, French Markets and Vegan Markets, offering a delightful range of specialist food stalls and products. There are a range of shops, including an M&S Food Hall and a new Aldi and several restaurants, pubs and cafés. In keeping with its movie-making history, Walton on Thames has an Everyman Cinema. There is also the Cecil Hepworth Theatre which hosts several theatre productions a year and a modern, well equipped leisure centre and swimming pool. Together with local art galleries, museums, historic houses and gardens nearby, there is never a shortage of things to do.
  • The town is between junctions 10 and 11 of the M25 and is on a fast train line into London Waterloo. Journey time from 30 minutes.
  • Please note distances and times are approximate.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: G