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This extended 1930's family home has undergone considerable extension and now enjoys accommodation in excess of 5,000 sq.ft. Approached by an impressive reception hall leading to the dual aspect drawing room, with an attractive stone open fireplace and patio doors opening to the double glazed conservatory with doors to the garden. The adjacent sitting room enjoys a dual aspect and gives access to the luxuriously appointed kitchen/dining room with an extensive range of contrasting kitchen cabinets, complemented by Silstone worksurfaces and a central island unit. The kitchen benefits from an extensive range of integrated appliances and a separate utility room with attractive natural stone flooring. The living accommodation is further complemented by a rear aspect gym with rear aspect doors to the garden and a cinema room with a 220 inch projector screen. The first floor landing gives access to an impressive dual aspect master bedroom with a Juliet balcony and walk-in dressing room and luxuriously appointed en-suite bathroom with separate shower cubicle. Four further double bedrooms occupy the first floor, complemented by two luxuriously appointed bathrooms. A staircase gives access to the second floor landing with en-suite and seperate office
Tekels Park Private Estate is one of Camberley's most renowned locations and with easy access to the town centre with its good selection of national and independent retailers, including the Atrium complex with cinema, bowling alley and restaurants. The commuter has convenient access to the A30 and M3 Motorway with direct routes to London and the South Coast.
The property occupies a plot in excess of 0.4 of an acre and is approached by iron gates and a shingle driveway which leads to the double garage. There is access to the rear on both sides of the property to a variety of terraced areas and a wide expanse of lawn.
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