Oswald Road, Fetcham, Surrey, KT22 9TZ

2 Bedroom End Terraced

£464,950
Freehold

Key Features

  • Gorgeous Two Bedroom End Terrace House
  • Updated and Extended by Current Owner
  • Option for Loft Extension (STPP)
  • Stunning Kitchen/Dining Room
  • Bi-Folding Doors to Sizeable Garden
  • Utility Room * Downstairs Study
  • Lounge with Attractive Fireplace
  • Stylish Re-Fitted Family Bathroom
  • Two Double Bedrooms * Double Glazed
  • Lawned Gdn with Decking, Backing Fields

Property Summary

A stunning two-bedroom end of terraced house, which has undergone an impressive ground floor extension, and modernisation works throughout the property. The ground floor extension has been thoughtfully planned to provide ample accommodation which flows effectively and is innovatively designed with a fresh and modern palette. The sizeable and stylish kitchen/dining room is a focal point of the house, and is ideal for entertaining, with bi-folding doors leading to the decking area of the garden. The garden is mainly lawn, is SOUT WEST FACING and backs onto fields. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a modern family bathroom. The proud new owners also have the option to extend into the loft (STPP), following the example of fellow neighbours. The property is double glazed, and the heating is gas, via radiators. The front of the property provides ample off-street parking. END OF CHAIN

Additional Information

This property is within walking distance of Fetcham, which is a pretty village to the west of Leatherhead Town Centre. The River Mole runs along Fetcham, and has a mill pond, springs and an associated nature reserve. It is adjacent to Great Bookham and sits on the lower slopes of the North Downs, North of Polesden Lacey (National Trust) Fetcham Grove has Leatherhead and the village's main leisure centre and football club, between the two settlements. Fetcham has two short parades of shops and services; including Sainsbury's Local, Boots, Bakery, Greengrocer, Butcher, Post Office, Hairdresser, and one pub; 'The Bell', which is mentioned in The Good Food Guide. If you fancy something different, there is a choice of other restaurants amongst the shops. distance. London is easily accessible by car (A3 and M25), and the nearby Rail Stations run fast and frequent services to London Waterloo and Victoria. London can be reached within forty minutes, and the south coast in just over an hour. Leatherhead has a comprehensive range of well-known shops, bars, cafes and restaurants, as well as a small theatre. Leatherhead Leisure Centre is close by, which offers a wide range of sporting activities, as well as an indoor pool. The local Tennis Club is also popular amongst all age groups. There is an excellent choice of primary, junior and senior schools, all with a high OFSTED rating. The local area was made famous in 2012 as being part of the Olympic cycling route. There are many cycle routes and walks on the doorstep, which include Box Hill and the Surrey Downs.

Council Tax Band D - £1,965.54