A charming semi-detached two-bedroom character cottage, conveniently situated on the fringes of the popular village of St Johns, within walking distance to both Woking town centre and station and the catchment of the ever-popular Goldworth School.
The house has been successfully extended and features a number of significant improvements. There is a dining room to the fore with bay window and a rear aspect lounge/family room with double doors opening onto the rear garden. The kitchen is modern and has been extended to include a utility area and door out to the side of the property. The kitchen is comprehensively fitted with a range of base and eye level cupboards and matching drawers.
Upstairs, are two double bedrooms, a landing with a balustrade, plus a four-piece bathroom which has been conveniently relocated, as Triangle cottages normally access the bathroom downstairs. Heating is gas fired to radiators and windows are UPVC double glazed. All windows and external doors have been replaced door has been replaced during the current owner’s occupancy.
Outside to the fore is a driveway and pretty garden and the rear garden is mature with well kept shrubs, dining area and summer house/office which has power.
Woking has a thriving town centre offering extensive shopping, dining and leisure facilities including The New Victoria Theatre & Cinema, and the Lightbox Gallery. For golfers there is a choice of clubs including, Woking Golf Club (one of the oldest in the U.K. founded in 1893), Westhill, Hoebridge, Worplesdon, Chobham and Foxhills (including spa and hotel). Both the Basingstoke Canal and the River Wey are close by for walking, cycling and fishing (permit required), whilst nearby Chobham Common is a National Nature Reserve.
The area is well served by both state and private schools including: Goldsworth Primary, Hoe Bridge, St Andrews, Greenfield, Halstead, Woking High School, St Dunstan’s, Hoe Valley and St John the Baptist School.