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The property was built by Barratt Southern Homes back in 1990's being a leasehold property with 999 years. Whilst this is not a retirement complex, ownership is restricted to residents of 55 years and over. This mews style property is located in Oatlands Park and benefits from stunning views over the park land being an idea home for a couple who are looking for a retirement property. The accommodation is over two floors and offers open plan living. The spacious lounge/dining room has a feature fireplace and doors leading to the courtyard garden. The kitchen is well equipped with plenty of cupboards space with access to the rear garden with a separate downstairs cloakroom. To the first floor there are two double bedrooms both with their own en-suite bathroom/shower room. The property has the added advantage and prestige of secure gated parking and garaging.
Situated on the edge of Oatlands village the property is within good proximity of the local shops being within 1/2 mile. Weybridge town centre is within a mile and a quarter providing an excellent range of bars, banks, restaurants and shops and numerous tennis, golf and health clubs. Weybridge & Walton stations serve London Waterloo and the A3 for London, and both Gatwick and Heathrow airports via the M25 are accessible.
To the front the garden is mainly laid to lawn with a footpath and flower beds leading to the front door. To the rear the property has a pretty courtyard garden with patio area.
two ensuite bathrooms
views over Oatlands Park from front aspect
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