This superb and extended 1960s-built detached house in Westfield - a secluded development designed by the architect Eric Lyons - measures over 1400sq feet. On the ground floor is a stunning reception room with sitting and dining areas, a contemporary open-plan kitchen and a modern wood-burning stove in the middle. It has a combination of stone and wood flooring and with large windows either side, spot lighting, white walls and exposed brickwork, the room has a wonderfully light and airy feel. There's also a study, utility room, and two sets of doors from the reception that open onto a good-sized private garden. On the upper floor are four bedrooms and two bathrooms, one of which is ensuite to the master. The house comes with a separate garage and one has use of well-kept and spacious communal gardens that include a residents' tennis court and BBQ area.
Westfield is located just off The Marld which runs down from The Street, Ashtead's primary shopping street which joins Epsom Road to Leatherhead Road and offers easy access to both. It's moments from Ashtead Park, ideal for dog-walkers or those who love green open spaces on their doorstep. The Street offers a full selection of shops, cafes and restaurants, and the local train station offers direct routes into London in under 40 minutes. The house is ideally situated for several popular schools including London City of Freeman's, The Greville Primary School as well as St Giles Infant School.
Ensuite Shower Room