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Queens Road, Walton-On-Thames
£465,000 Offers Over
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Close to Central London
- Well Presented
- Double Glazing
- Private Garden
- Sat Nav to KT12 5LP
Property SummaryA deceptively spacious property with en-suites attached to both bedrooms, bright and airy living space and a delightful private rear garden planted with established shrubs and trees.
Within a half-hour train ride from central London and within easy reach of the M25, the house is ideal for commuting but also boasts features which offer a new owner a sense of the country in a suburban environment.
The property is a little to the west of the centre of the village of Hersham, a couple of kilometres south of Walton-on-Thames and within the boundaries of the M25 south-west of central London. Buses from Queens Road run regularly to Kingston-Upon-Thames, Staines, Brooklands, Weybridge, Addlestone and Walton-on-Thames from where connecting trains are available to Woking, Basingstoke and London Waterloo the latter within a 30-minute journey.
Nearby amenities include a good selection of independent shops on Moseley Road, including a Post Office, a dry cleaners, a fish-and-chips shop and a Chinese takeaway. A Waitrose superstore is also located within 500m of the house as well as a vets surgery, a day nursery, the Fairmile Montessori School and the Bricklayers Arms.
The property is separated from the road by a timber picket fence with a latched gate opening onto a small courtyard garden lending a traditional cottage feel by the established climbing plants surrounding the box window of the lounge which has a sloping slate roof above. A path leads from here to a covered passageway to the side of the house, where a lockable gate allows access to the private enclosed rear garden. Here, established trees and shrubs either side of the lawn offer shade and privacy hard to find in an urban setting, the green space perhaps helping a new owner to shrug off the hurly-burly of city life.
The country-cottage ambiance of the property is also continued inside, with the main access to the house via an external side door which opens onto a hallway with stairs rising to the first floor to the right and an internal door to the lounge ahead.
The property is fitted throughout with pine-effect flooring, with in-built storage and shelving around the box window in the lounge. The room also includes a wall-mounted radiator as well as television, telephone and Ethernet points; a separate door leads from here through to the kitchen.
Here, base and wall units in white have been installed above and below worktops chosen to match the floor, with white ceramic splashback tiles fitted above all the cooking and preparation areas. The kitchen design also incorporates an electric oven beneath a four-ring gas hob; plumbing and space for a washer/drier as well as a dishwasher; room for an upright fridge freezer; and a stainless steel composite sink beneath a window overlooking the side of the house. There is a recessed storage area beneath the stairwell while solid-pine, glass-panelled doors open onto the dining room.
Double patio doors which open onto the rear garden are flanked by three-quarter-length windows, letting plenty of light flood into the rear of the house and allowing an unspoiled view of the south-west-facing rear garden.
The stairs to the first floor lead to the two double bedrooms, each with their own en suite. The master has matching integral double wardrobes and its own telephone point while the carpeted en suite includes a bath with shower attachment and dark-wood side panel, a WC with a matching wooden seat, and a hand basin.
The smaller of the two bedrooms includes double windows overlooking the rear garden, a wall-mounted radiator as well as its own en suite with WC with dark-wood seat, a pedestal sink with separate hot and cold taps, a mirrored medicine cabinet and a recessed shower cubicle with glass-and-chrome door.
The property is fitted with double glazing and a programmable gas-fired central heating system with separate thermostat and individual controls on all radiators. With low-energy lighting in all fixed points, the house enjoys a D rating on its EPC.
Lounge: 18 6 (5.54m) x 10 2 (3.10m)
Kitchen: 11 5 (3.47m) x 8 10 (2.68m)
Dining room: 16 1 (4.91m) x 8 0 (2.43m)
Master bedroom: 16 2 (4.93m) x 12 0 (3.67m)
En suite: 7 9 (2.37m) x 5 7 (1.70m)
Bedroom 2: 12 4 (3.77m) x 11 5 (3.47m)
En suite: 7 3 (2.22m) x 5 8 (1.73m)
These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by eSale. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before legal commitment.