Presented to the market in good decorative order, this property already has approved planning permission in place for a single storey rear extension, conversion of the garage to a habitable space and enlargement of the rear dormer.
The front door opens to a hallway with access to the large integral garage and stairs to the first floor. The kitchen/dining room are open plan with a range of fitted units, plenty of space for a family table and chairs and a stable door allowing access to the side of the property.
The family bathroom, situated on the ground floor has a modern white suite and includes a bidet and bath with a handheld shower fitting. The lounge to the rear of the property is bright and spacious with a door opening into the conservatory with tiled floor. This versatile space could have a number of uses and gives access to the garage and the rear garden via French doors.
To the first floor, there are three bedrooms, a fully tiled shower room and a separate WC. Bedrooms one and two both have the benefit of built-in wardrobes and there is also access to the eaves space.
The front garden is mainly laid to lawn with a flower border and a gate leading to the rear. There is driveway parking for two vehicles and a useful BP Polar electric car charge unit. The back garden is surrounded by mature shrubs and trees and has a sandstone paved patio and pathway that leads to a useful shed with lighting and power.
The property is situated on Newark Lane, opposite the village green and within walking distance of local shops, many pubs and amenities.
Ripley is an historic and sought-after village in Surrey popular with all walks of life: families, young professionals and downsizers alike. The village is said to have the largest village green in England (approximately 65 acres) and benefits from a fantastic selection of award-winning café’s, shops, pubs and restaurants. Pinnocks Coffee House on the High Street has been awarded Best Coffee Shop in Surrey. For something more relaxed there is also a wide selection of local pubs to choose from.
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.