A refurbished three bedroom semi-detached bungalow in cul-de-sac with added benefit of loft room and an outside office.
Believed to have been built by Tarrant, this 1930s home resides in a discrete quiet setting. Having been home to the current owner for over a decade there has been many improvements throughout including a refurbished kitchen, bathroom and recessed lighting, all set against a neutral decor. Double glazed throughout and now fitted with a modern combination gas condensing boiler the property is both efficient yet retains original features such as the kitchen larder and outside store room. To the front there is parking for several cars set behind mature raised hedge borders, offering good degrees of privacy and a secure gated side path to the garden.
In the garden there is the benefit of a brick built home office/garden room measuring 9 x 11 and two areas of decking with the advantage of excellent privacy all around. Ideally located between both Byfleet Village and the railway station the location is both good for commuters and for those wishing to be close for local amenities. In Byfleet Village on the High Road there are three pubs, a village green, a bank, convenience stores, restaurants and a recreational park. Within a half mile via Dawson Road/Chertsey Road there is access to the Brooklands Retail Park where there is Marks & Spencer/Tesco superstores. Access to the A3 is within two miles and just one mile further is the junction 10 of the M25.
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