Located in one of Ashteads foremost private roads.
Approximately half a mile from Ashtead Village
Gardens backing in a sunny south westerly direction.
Potential for extension or redevelopment, subject to the usual consents.
A rare opportunity to acquire a 1950’s built detached house set on a beautiful plot of just under half an acre, located in one of Ashteads foremost private roads.
The property lies about half a mile to the south of Ashtead Village and enjoys an elevated position with gardens backing in a sunny south westerly direction. The plot provides huge potential for extension or redevelopment, subject to the usual consents.
The property is well secluded behind screening hedges and is approached by a gravel driveway. The accommodation comprises: covered porch, entrance hall with parquet flooring. Cloakroom w/c. Triple aspect lounge with brick fireplace, parquet flooring and sliding doors to the rear garden. The lounge opens directly to the dining room. The original garage has been converted to a study, while the kitchen overlooks the rear garden and has an adjoining utility room.
Upstairs, there are four bedrooms and bathroom with w/c. Outside, the drive leads to a double garage and provides plentiful parking space. The rear garden is laid to parkland lawn with hedges and specimen trees.
Ashtead Village offers an excellent selection of local specialist shops and M&S Food Hall. The station provides a regular service to London Waterloo and Victoria in about 40 minutes. J9 of the M25 is within five minutes drive, yet the open spaces of Ashtead Common and Epsom Downs are close by. Ashtead is renowned for its wide selection of highly regarded state and private schools for all ages.