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This refurbished and beautifully presented bungalow in central Ashtead is wonderfully bright and airy with a contemporary, neutral decor throughout. Rarely will one see a bungalow with a pitched ceiling allowing sight of beams with suspended lighting in the living room whilst Velux windows over the stunning bespoke kitchen flood the room with light. The house has three good-sized bedrooms (of which the two principle bedrooms contain built-in wardrobes) and there is a smart shower room. The conservatory is used as a dining room and leads out to an intriguing exterior featuring a patio area with pagoda which currently houses a top-of-the-range hot tub (available by separate negotiation). Steps lead up to a decked area off a sizeable garden room which could be used as a studio or games room making it the ideal area for socialising and entertaining. Furthermore, the garage has been split into a storage room and a utility room but could easily be converted back if one wished. The house would be ideal for either a downsizer, couple or young family looking for a unique and exciting home with a real 'wow' factor.
The house is situated at the end of Church Road, a quiet cul-de-sac which runs off Barnett Wood Lane in the heart of Ashtead. It's ideally located for both Epsom train station (offering access into London within 40 minutes) and a wide variety of local shops on both Craddocks Parade and Barnett Wood Lane. There are several 'Outstanding'-rated schools within easy reach such as Barnett Wood Primary School, West Ashtead and The Greville, as well the highly sought-after City of Freeman's school. Ashtead is one of the largest and most popular villages in the area and offers easy access to many countryside walks, pubs and restaurants as well as Gatwick and Heathrow airports via the M25.
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