A covered porch and original front door lead into the spacious reception hall with under stairs cupboard, access to the refitted cloakroom and a single door onto the rear terrace. A further door leads to the beautiful triple aspect living room with an attractive gas fireplace and enjoying southerly views of the gardens. The adjacent snug also boasts a fireplace as well as views of the rear gardens and French doors that open on to a side patio. The dining room can be accessed from the reception hall or kitchen/breakfast room; double doors lead into the family room with an attractive curved bay window, allowing an abundance of light into the room, and double doors onto the gardens. The kitchen/breakfast room benefits from a central island, a range of cabinets with contrasting work surfaces as well as an integrated dishwasher and space for an Aga and fridge/freezer. Further white goods can be plumbed into the adjoining utility room which benefits from a further work surface with sink as well as a larder and a door to the side.
The first floor is of equal merit, the staircase provides access to 6 bedrooms. The spacious master bedroom boasts a range of built in wardrobes, a dressing area and a 4 piece en suite with under floor heating. There are 5 other bedrooms which are complemented by the 4 piece family bathroom suite.
Inch House is located conveniently for Camberley Town Centre with its excellent range of national and independent retailers and the Atrium development with a cinema, restaurants and bowling. The commuter has direct line access to London Waterloo at nearby Farnborough, Brookwood or Sunningdale, in less than 40 minutes or to the M3 motorway at Junctions 3 and 4 to London and Southampton. Camberley also has its own station serving London on the Guildford to Ascot line and easy access by car to the A30. The property also offers convenient access to various private and state schools such as Prior Heath Infants, Ravenscote Junior, Crawley Ridge, Tomlinscote Secondary School & 6th Form College, Farnborough Hill and Salesian College.
Set back from the road, Inch House is approached by brick columns and electric gates, the shingle driveway offers parking for several vehicles and leads to the detached double garage. The garage is accessed by 2 up and over doors as well as a pedestrian door on the side. A side gate gives access to the mature, south westerly facing side and rear gardens. The enclosed plot approaches 0.45 of an acre and offers a high degree of seclusion.
The property has generous accommodation and offers great versatility with potential for a self contained annexe, open plan kitchen/family space and a generous roof void for further expansion.