This well presented, spacious and light five bedroom detached period house (built circa 1920) on popular Burdon Lane in Cheam measures almost 3300sq feet and comes with a separate detached one bedroom annex. The main house offers superb living space with several reception rooms including a grand entrance hall with wood panelling which is used as the dining room, a sitting room and a family room. Also on the ground floor is a study, kitchen, breakfast room and a wet room. The bedrooms and bathrooms are all located on the upper floor with the master suite containing a dressing room and lovely ensuite bathroom with separate shower. The house has lots of charm, a bright, neutral décor, and tremendous scope for extending at the back and into the loft. The current owner has previously had planning permission to make these changes (now lapsed but which he's happy to show and discuss) making the house the ideal long term family home for any discerning buyer wanting to put down roots in the area.
Cheam is an historic and charming village with the site of the Tudor Nonsuch Palace and Nonsuch Mansion at its heart. Epsom, Banstead, Kingston and Wimbledon are all within easy driving distance. The village itself is beside the extensive Nonsuch Park and has a number of local shops, restaurants and coffee houses as well as a mainline station serving London Victoria (approx. 30 mins.) and London Bridge during peak times (approx. 37 mins). There are a number of highly sought-after schools in the area, most notably Nonsuch High School, Sutton Grammar, Wallington County Grammar, Wilson’s Grammar, Wallington Girls Grammar and independent schools including Whitgift, Epsom College, Aberdour School and Chinthurst in nearby Tadworth. Excellent primary schools are also nearby including Avenue Primary School, St Dunstan’s and Cuddington Croft. Also nearby are both Banstead Down and Cuddington Park gold clubs, perfect for the avid golfer.
Master Bedroom Suite
4 Further Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms (1 Ensuite)