This well presented and spacious five bedroom semi-detached house built in 1875 measures over 2000sq feet including the double garage and is nestled in a discreet location moments from Epsom town centre and station. On the ground floor is a wonderful sitting room with gas fire with an archway opening onto a snug, and a smart kitchen and dining room with exposed brick fireplace (which could be combined if one wanted an open-plan aspect). Doors from the conservatory open out onto a pretty and very secluded rear garden with a patio area, perfect for outdoor entertaining and alfresco dining. The bedrooms on the upper floor are all a good size with three featuring built-in storage, and there's a shower room in addition to a contemporary bathroom with a bath and separate shower. With the benefit of a basement that's very useful storage (or could be converted into further accomodation) as well as a spacious garage, this is the perfect home for any discerning buyer looking for a period house with character and style.
The property is situated at the end of a cul-de-sac near the junction of Ashley Road in the Worple Road Conservation Area. It's within easy reach of Rosebery Park and within a half mile walk of Epsom town centre with its many excellent bars, restaurants, social, sporting and shopping facilities. There are several highly rated schools in the area including Rosebery, Glyn, St. Martins and Epsom College to name but a few. Epsom mainline railway station offers direct services both to Victoria and Waterloo (approximately 30 mins).