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An attractive and elegant double fronted home, which offers a new owner the opportunity to create their own ‘forever’ family home. This beautiful property is still very true to the original, a traditional, well balanced layout means reception rooms and bedrooms all resonate from the central areas of the house. The entrance hall is both impressive and welcoming, on the ground floor high ceilings create a feeling of grandeur, cornicing and period detailing can be found in many rooms. A fabulous bay window is the main feature of the sitting room, to the rear is the dining room where French doors open to the garden. The kitchen / breakfast room is a good size and overlooks the garden, there is potential to enlarge by way of redeveloping the garage area.
The delightful, gentle gradient staircase is a further notable feature, a large window on the half landing fills the area with natural light. There are 5 bedrooms on the first floor, bedrooms 1, 2 and 3 with good proportions. The original attic room can be found on the top floor and offers scope for a number of uses: a guest suite, child’s play room, office or hobbies room could be created.
In Esher, properties of splendour from this era are few and far between, especially with potential - it is an exciting opportunity to be the next owner, where one can sympathetically modernise and possibly extend (STPP) to ensure this character building can be enjoyed for the next 100 years.
Located in a popular residential area in Esher, Milbourne Lane is just over 0.5 mile to the High Street with its wide range of independent shops, restaurants, cafés, Waitrose supermarket and a cinema. The area is renowned for its excellent range of independent and state schools, Esher Church School, Shrewsbury Lodge and Claremont Fan Court schools all being within a short distance.
Claygate centre is just 0.65 of a mile away and prides itself on retaining a quaint village feel, there is good variety of shops, restaurants and pubs (Including the recently refurbished Swan just 300 meters away). Claygate train station has trains to Waterloo in c. 33 minutes, while trains from Esher station (c. 1.2 miles away) to Waterloo take c. 25 minutes. By road, the easily reached A3 provides links to London and the M25.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: Elmbridge Borough Council
This secluded garden stretches to 85ft long and provides flexible outside space; a large patio which can be accessed via the dining room, is ideal for al fresco dining, whilst a grassed area provides a space for young children to run around and play. Mature trees and shrubbery fill the perimeter of the garden providing a private and secluded space. A double garage can be found at the rear of the property, which is accessed via the side of the property, there is additional off-street parking at the front of the house.
Large Entrance Hall
2 Family Bathrooms
2 Separate WCs
Attic Room / Bedroom 6
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