This individual detached character house was built in 1947 and is located in a highly private cul de sac position and just a short walking distance of Bagshot village. A private driveway leads from Higgs Lane to a secluded and private close comprising this and just two other detached quality houses. This property was the original house and the other two houses having been built in its former gardens about 20 years ago. The gardens are a particular feature and extend to approx a third of an acre being highly secluded with mature hedges, trees and a pretty stream running along one boundary. There is superb potential to extend the house (subject to planning). The property has gas fired heating with radiators and double glazed windows, the present owner has carried many improvements to the house over the last few years. The detached double garage doubles an excellent studio or workshop and offers potential for other uses. Viewing is highly recommended.
Local information: Higgs Lane is a quiet residential area on the north side of A30 (London Road) close to St. Anne's village church. Just a few minutes walk away is the Swinley Forest/Bagshot Heath area which is a large expanse of woodlands and heath land with many miles of tracks and pathways ideal for walkers, cyclist’s, joggers and dog walking. Bagshot village is about half a mile away with its shops and amenities, first and middle schools, character pubs, restaurants and railway station which has direct morning and return evening commuter train services to London (Waterloo). There is a Waitrose supermarket next to Earlswood Park. The Bagshot area also provides excellent car access onto the M3 motorway and A322 (Bracknell/Guildford Road) and A30 (London Road).
An attractive hardwood front door leads to the; entrance hall: With a Herringbone pattern real wood flooring, under stairs cupboard, radiator, coats hanging space, plain ceiling.
Cloakroom: A white suite comprising WC with a concealed cistern, wash basin with stone surround and cupboards under, display shelf with light above, extractor fan, ceramic tiled flooring, radiator, feature wood panelled wall and ceiling.
Lounge: 20 x 13 (6.10m x 4.00m). Character Claygate style brick open fireplace with log burner, two double glazed windows to either side, double glazed front aspect window, radiator.
Kitchen/dining room comprising: Kitchen area: 12'9 x 11'3 (3.90m x 3.40m). Wide double glazed window with lovely views overlooking the garden, range of light Oak base and wall cupboards, granite worktops, large enamel sink with Victorian style mixer taps. Spaces for a washing machine, fridge, dishwasher and wide range style oven. Cooker hood above, wood laminate flooring, opening through to; Dining area: 9'5 x 8'10 (2.90m x 2.70m). Continuation of the wood laminate flooring, extensive range of storage cupboards along one wall, double glazed window overlooking side garden.
Study/bedroom four: 10 x 9 (3.00m x 2.70m). Continuation of Herringbone wood flooring from entrance hall, two double glazed windows, radiator.
Stairs from the entrance hall to landing: Two double glazed windows, loft access hatch, plain ceiling, airing cupboard with a insulated hot water cylinder tank, linen shelves and heating programmer timer unit.
Bedroom one: 13'1 x 10'8 (4.00m x 3.30m). Wide double glazed south facing window, radiator, double glazed side window, plain ceiling.
Bedroom two: 12'8 x 9 (3.90m x 2.70m). Two double glazed windows, range of book shelves, radiator, wardrobe with hanging storage space, plain ceiling.
Bedroom three: 11'6 x 9'1 (3.50m x 2.80m). A double bedroom with double glazed side window, radiator, plain ceiling.
Bathroom: Feature white oval bath with Victorian style mixer taps and hand shower, feature exposed brickwork, two double glazed windows with obscure glass, low level WC, towel radiator, white wash hand basin with mixer taps on a feature stone top with vanity cupboards under, radiator, plain ceiling.
Separate shower room: White suite with a fully tiled cubicle with a glazed shower screen, wall mounted Aqualisa shower unit, towel radiator, wood laminate flooring.
Rear garden: Very secluded with extensive gardens extending to approximately a quarter of an acre. Large areas of lawn with a feature stream running along the side boundary, mature flower and shrub borders.
Front garden: With small area of lawn, flower and shrub borders, greenhouse, spacious brick paved driveway offering parking two or three cars leading to the garage.
Double garage/studio/workshop: 15 x 15’5 (4.6m x 4.4m). Wide up and over door, trip rcd fuse box, mini spot light down lighting, two electric storage heaters, two double glazed windows overlooking the garden, double glazed side door, wood laminate flooring, power points
information: The property is Freehold, at postcode GU19 5DP and in Council Tax band F = £2,599.45 payable for year (2017/18)
directions: Proceed from our office in the High Street to the London Road (A30) turn left and continue up the hill to the traffic lights, turn right into Higgs Lane and the driveway leading to the house will be found on the right hand side.
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Sizes given are maximum approximate dimensions.