Built in the early 1900’s, a three-bedroom period home, semi-detached and occupying the corner position on the street. Offering a lovely mix of modern and character features throughout. Ideally located within equidistance of both Walton and Hersham centres. Walton-on-Thames train station is also within close proximity, meaning this is an ideal position to commute to London Waterloo.
Internally this home flows well and is beautifully-presented throughout. There are plenty of modern features mixed with lots of authentic character and charm. The ground floor has been extended to the rear to give a modern kitchen-diner opening onto the garden. There are two good bedrooms on the first floor with a further bedroom in the roof. There are three toilets with a downstairs cloakroom, a lovely spacious family bathroom and a bonus en-suite toilet to the top floor room. To the rear of the house there is a well-maintained garden with a patio and lawn, there is a large garden shed and a Wendy house for the kids. The garden has a gate with back access and an easy path to move the bins out for extra convenience. Planning permission has been granted if someone wished to remove the shed and erect a garage in its place. The current owners use the street parking to the front and side of the house and permits can be purchased from the local council where required.
This is a lovely home and is ideally located within close proximity of lots of amenities. There is a selection of shops close by including a Tesco Express and a good selection of local schools including Bell Farm Primary School and the Three Rivers Academy. The house sits equidistant between both Walton and Hersham and the current owners have loved being involved in the local communities within both areas. There are also loads of family friendly amenities and activities near by. Walton-on-Thames mainline train station is close by and offers a fast train service into London Waterloo. EPC Rating D.