Situated on a corner of a quiet cul-de-sac, this four-bedroom house is approached via a pretty, well manicured front garden with a picket fence. The front door opens to a spacious hallway with a useful cloakroom, under stair storage and a wooden floor that continues into the living room. This bright room has a stone fire place and is bathed in natural light from the French doors that lead out to the rear garden.
The kitchen is fitted with modern white shaker style units and has a breakfast bar that provides a social focal point where friends and family can gather, eat and chat. A bespoke glass splashback made by Jo Downs is fitted over the cooker and there are Porcelanosa tiles on the floor that continue through to the dining area where French doors lead out to the garden.
To the first floor there are four bedrooms, the master benefitting from an en-suite shower room with a Velux window. Bedrooms two and three are good sized doubles, whilst the fourth is a single and currently being used as an office. The family bathroom comprises of a modern white suite, fully tiled over the bath and also has a Velux window, filling the room with light.
The rear garden has been lovingly tended with mature borders and a small lawn. A paved area to the rear of the house can be accessed from both the lounge and dining room with a path that leads to the detached garage with an electric door located at the end of the garden.
The property is located in the area of Burnt Common which lies on the borders of Send, Ripley and West Clandon. Within a short walk is the local ‘Mini Waitrose’ with the well stocked farm shop found a bit further away. The two local pubs are the Jovial Sailor and the Saddlers Arms and the sailing lakes can be found a short drive away.
Send Village is a short distance away and offers some local shops for one’s day to day needs as well as a highly rated & modern medical centre, a pharmacy and two pubs - one of which is situated on the Wey Navigation Canal. There is a good infant/primary school in the village with excellent secondary schools nearby.
The neighbouring village of Ripley, with its more comprehensive array of shopping facilities and country pubs is a short distance, while Woking and Guildford towns are also within easy reach.
The area has excellent road and rail connections with the A3 and Junction 10 of the M25 orbital being within close proximity. Woking Station offers regular service to London Waterloo with trains about every 7 minutes and a journey time of around 22 minutes. Alternative services are provided from West Clandon with trains to London Waterloo arriving within one hour.