Crosslands, Chertsey, Surrey, KT16 9QY | Property for sale | Savills
2,135 sq ft(198.35 sq m)
Guide price £799,950

CrosslandsChertsey, Surrey, KT16 9QY

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Open plan reception area
  • Modern kitchen
  • Separate sitting room
  • Three en suite bedrooms
  • Pretty garden
  • Off street parking for several cars

Three bedroom family home with fantastic entertaining space.

About this property

  • Immaculately presented three bedroom family home in a quiet cul-de-sac.

    The modern kitchen/breakfast room has a beautiful modern kitchen and space for an informal dining area. There is a large window which enjoys views over the front of the property and allows light to flood the space. Leading through a set of bifolding wooden doors is the open plan reception/dining room which is a fantastic space for entertaining. There is a gas fireplace providing the focal point in the room and bifold doors extend along the rear leading out to the patio creating a wonderful space for al fresco entertaining.

    The third bedroom is located at the rear of the property and has sliding doors leading out to the garden and a modern en suite. There is a separate sitting room and cloakroom completing the accommodation on this floor.

    On the first floor are two double bedrooms both with modern en suite bathrooms and useful eaves storage.

    Externally, to the front of the property is a driveway with parking for several cars. To the rear the garden has a patio that wraps around a lawned area and has a gate that leads to a rear access point.

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The reception room off of the kitchen/breakfast room is such a fantastic space for entertaining, I can just imagine hosting my friends and family.

Nick BarnettProperty agent

Local information

  • Chertsey is an historic town that originally built up around the Chertsey Abbey. The area was once a marshy island nestled between the Thames and its tributaries, it was the Monks of the Abbey who banked the river that allowed Chertsey to be formed. The Abbey was finally dissolved by King Henry VII, but not before it had left its legacy on this market town.
  • Chertsey Bridge is a monument in itself and is mentioned by Charles Dickens in his book Oliver Twist, published 1838, where Bill Sykes takes the reluctant Oliver to break into a house in Chertsey. As they approach Chertsey bridge, Sykes pulls Oliver to one side and he fears he will be drowned in the Thames. Instead he takes him to the Black Swan pub to imbibe before going on to commit the burglary.
  • Chertsey today is a market town with a strong community spirit and many historic buildings including the old town hall, as well as more recent developments, parks, rural and common land. These reasons, together with its access to the road network and train station makes Chertsey a really attractive place to set up home.
  • Whether you want the opportunity to hire a super car; take advantage of wild-water swimming, paddle boarding, kayaking or other river activities; enjoy the thrills of Thorpe Park; take the family to the miniature steam railway or Chertsey Museum, there is an abundance of things to do in and around Chertsey. In addition, there are plenty of local sports clubs including: gyms; cricket; martial arts; Chertsey Town football club and much more.
  • Chertsey has a variety of schools catering for primary school children through to 6th Form with excellent and good Ofsted ratings in both public and private sectors.
  • Chertsey offers restaurants, bars and cafés and is near to beautiful walks, historic houses, local art galleries and museums. It also offers events throughout the year including its annual Black Cherry Fair that has been running since 1440, the Chertsey Agricultural Show and the Chertsey Ploughing Match.
  • Chertsey is 1.5 miles from Junction 11 M25 and is on the Chertsey train line, from Reading to Weybridge and the Woking line. Both Weybridge and Woking have fast lines into London Waterloo.
  • Please not distances and times are approximate.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating: C
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: E