An attractive 3/4 bedroom end of terrace cottage, with front and rear gardens, and side access leading to a garage at the rear.
Situated in a quiet residential backwater behind Walton pond, is this attractive 3/4 bedroom end of terrace cottage, with front and rear gardens, and side access leading to a garage to the rear.
The cottage is currently well presented throughout but affords opportunities to further improve and extend to both ground and second floors. The current accommodation comprises of entrance hall with stairs rising to first floor, sitting room at the front of the house, dining room to the rear, and kitchen with door leading to the back garden. To the first floor are three bedrooms and a family bathroom, with stairs leading to the loft room/bedroom 4 which could be further developed to incorporate a larger bedroom and en-suite (subject to local planning consent).
The rear is big enough to extend further out, as either a single or two storey project, and the gardens would react well to a remodeling, whilst the garage to the rear provides ideal storage or internal conversion for recreational or work purposes. The house benefits from double glazing and gas fired heating by radiators.
Walton on the Hill is a quiet and quintessential village, nestled within the Surrey Hills area and in the heart of Walton Heath. With its famous pond, the village offers a range of shops including the popular Co-Op, independent bike shop, hairdressers, bridal shop, chemist, fish and chip shop, and more besides. The village is well known for its range of pubs and restaurants, which vary from the local Indian to pubs such as The Chequers, The Blue Ball, Fox and Hounds and The Bell (known as “The Rat” by locals ). The community is served by two churches, and an outstanding primary school that is located in the heart of the village. The renowned Walton Heath golf club is a private members club that is steeped in history, including being the location for the Ryder Cup in 1981. The neighbouring village of Tadworth offers an additional selection of shopping facilities such as independent butchers, baker/cafe, fishmongers, dry cleaners, off licence, opticians, TSB Bank, gift shop and One Stop. There are a further selection of pubs and restaurants including The Bridge Mediterranean restaurant, Thai Cottage, Grumpy Mole, Dukes Head and Blue Anchor, and Tadworth station provides a regular service to London Bridge/Victoria. Tadworth Primary School is as popular as ever, as is the private co-ed offering, Chinthurst. The main towns of Reigate, Banstead and Epsom are all nearby and the M25 motorways are accessed at either junctions 8 or 9.
For further information or to arrange a private viewing, please contact a member of our sales team on 01737 817718.