Located on a country road, boasting a southerly aspect garden of over 100ft along with contemporary, clean and neutral interiors. The property features a large living dining room, downstairs cloakroom, kitchen and bathroom, with the master bedroom also benefitting from an en suite.
Location Tongham is a small Surrey village located close to the north east Hampshire and Surrey border. The village lies in a triangle between the A31 and the A331 with neighbouring villages including Ash and Badshot Lea.
The village is thought to have a long history as Stone Age relics have been found here, both the Saxons and the Romans are known to have been here and the village has evolved throughout the ages. Some of the village's heritage is evident through the old character properties in amongst the newer homes.
Within the village centre sits St.Paul's Church built of chalk stone in the mid 19th-century as well as the old clock tower, the old school and a peaceful tree lined churchyard. The village is home to a traditional pub, bakery, salon, jewellers and convenience shop whilst the village cricket and recreation grounds provide a space for the community to enjoy activities together.
Theproperty Built in 2014, this two bedroom, semi-detached property offers clean, contemporary finishes with neutral tones throughout, creating a light and airy ambience.
From the moment of arrival you get a true sense of modern living, having been well presented, with the entrance hall leading through to the modern cloakroom, open plan living and dining area and also to the kitchen.
The large l-shaped living/dining room leads to the 100ft southerly aspect garden through the French doors, bringing an abundance of natural light in to the room. The entire home has been fitted with double glazing throughout, with the living room also featuring an additional two windows, offering a dual aspect view out of the side and to the rear of the property. This light and airy living area offers flexibility in use and is ideal for entertaining or socialising with friends and family.
To the front of the property you will find the clean and contemporary kitchen. The kitchen benefits from neutral tones and modern styles, complemented by a range of white gloss effect units and ceramic tiles that enhance the presentation of the space. There is room to accomodate free standing appliances whilst providing an integrated Bosch oven and corresponding electric hob with an extractor fan.
Heading back into the hallway, which has the advantage of high ceilings providing a sense of space, you will find a cloakroom. This room benefits from a double glazed window, modern fittings and neutral decor along with additional storage providing access to utility management.
Two bedrooms and the family bathroom rest along the first floor of the property, with the landing also providing access to the loft. The master bedroom benefits from an en suite shower room, which incorporates a wall mounted power shower, a heated towel rail and benefits from further natural light from the Velux window.
Thegrounds On approach to this home, located on a country road, you are guided to the property with a well manicured pathway, surrounded by shingle with mature shrubs. This pleasant aesthetic continues to the rear garden which is the jewel in the crown of this home.
The southerly aspect rear garden exceeds 100ft and provides a great area for relaxing and entertaining. A patio area has been created off of the French doors as an area suitable for dining and additional seating, whilst the remainder of the garden offers an expanse of lawn with bordering mature shrubs.
EnergyEfficiencyRating Current: C | Potential: A
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