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An elegant, turn of the last century home, extended and sympathetically modernised to provide surprisingly generous living space over three floors. Surrounded by protected common land yet within half a mile of Worplesdon station, the property successfully combines period features with contemporary ideas of light, open plan living and modern convenience. Period features include a deep bay window in the sitting room, fireplaces, picture rails and attractive wood flooring. This is complemented by a neutral colour scheme and a variety of more contemporary touches such as the stylish kitchen breakfast room fitted with painted wooden units and granite worktops. Very much the heart of this home this space is large enough to provide separate cooking, dining and seating areas, all flooded with natural light from roof lights and bi-fold doors that open directly onto the rear garden. There are three bedrooms on the first floor incorporating a principal bedroom with a bay window; a fourth bedroom is situated on the ground floor with an adjacent, contemporary bathroom. On the second floor there is a useful bonus room in the roof space ideal for use as a study or hobbies room.
Situated midway between Guildford and Woking, Prey Heath enjoys a semi-rural feel while remaining well connected to transport links and local centres. Surrounded by protected heathland and greenbelt countryside the area is ideal for walking, with many more green spaces nearby along the North Downs Way and in the Surrey Hills. Despite the rural nature of the immediate environment, Worplesdon station can be accessed within half a mile and offers direct services to London Waterloo. Both Guildford and Woking are three miles away and offer a wide range of shops, theatres, restaurants and fitness and leisure facilities. The A3 at Guildford provides access to the London, the M25 and the South Coast.
Situated on a quiet country lane, the property enjoys delightful rural views onto surrounding fields and woodland. To the front a gravel drive provides ample parking with side access leading to the rear where there is a level lawn extending over 100 feet, enclosed by mature hedging and fencing on three sides. Adjacent to the house a brick-paved patio affords space for outdoor entertaining, with long views to the end of the garden where there are two timber outbuildings.
Woking Borough Council, tax band E. All mains services are connected.
2 Bath/shower rooms
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