Charming family home situated on a sought-after private road in between Walton-On-Thames town centre and mainline train station.
A pretty family house with a stunning approach. The generous frontage, approx. 125 ft. gives you a great sense of arrival.
From the entrance hall, you immediately sense the home's connection with the garden, with bi-fold doors providing access.
The ground floor is versatile, great for family living and entertaining. The generous living room is double aspect with views out to both the front and rear gardens. It has a Limestone fireplace which provides the focal point.
This leads through to the study and play room, a fantastic space that provides flexibility, ideal for those working from home with a built-in Oak bookcase.
To the left of the entrance hall is the lovely kitchen/breakfast/dining room. The kitchen area is fitted with a range of units, granite worktops and a sociable breakfast bar. This opens up and leads to the bright dining area. With a gorgeous outlook over the rear gardens and a sky lantern flooding the room with natural light, this is the perfect place to entertain your friends and family.
There is also a useful utility room with side access to the garden, plus a downstairs cloakroom.
The family room is ideally placed just off the kitchen area with wall mounted granite gas fire.
On the first floor there is a generous main bedroom suite with fitted wardrobes. There are four further bedrooms, two with en suites and fitted wardrobes, and a separate family bathroom.
The rear garden is the true feature of this house, beautifully landscaped, it is mainly laid to lawn with carefully planted flower beds, that, when in bloom provide the garden with an abundance of colour. A selection of attractive mature trees offer seclusion. There is a large patio area perfect for al fresco entertaining as well as a tranquil water feature.
To the front is a detached triple garage.
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I love the frontage to this charming house. It is the perfect place to entertain.James Phillips