A character chalet style bungalow situated on a quiet road location with a good sized rear garden, garage and parking for several vehicles.
This four bedroom chalet style property is offered to the market in good decorative order but with the opportunity to further improve/extend to the requirements of the next owner. The layout lends itself to many configurations depending on individual needs. To the ground floor is a lovely sitting room with bay window and wood burning stove. The dining area is open to the sitting room but very much its own separate space and benefits from having direct access to the garden. The L shaped kitchen has plenty of cupboard and work surface space and again, affords access to the garden. The two further ground floor rooms could be used as bedrooms or perhaps further reception rooms whilst there is a ground floor bathroom to serve these rooms as needed. Upstairs, there are two bedrooms, the master bedroom benefits from an en-suite bathroom and enjoys views over the garden.
The property is approached via a brick block carriage-style driveway providing parking for several vehicles as well as a detached double garage. The rear garden is a superb size with a large raised terrace which can be accessed from both the dining room and kitchen. There is a large expanse of lawn, some flower boarders with mature shrubs and trees and the garden as a whole is well enclosed and private.
Tuckey Grove is a small, quiet residential road situated on the outskirts of Ripley village and close to walks and countryside. The local village green is within walking distance as are the Papercourt Lakes, local pub and Farm shop – which is great for day to day groceries.
Ripley is an historic and sought-after village in Surrey popular with all walks of life: Families, young professionals and downsizers alike. The village of Ripley is said to have the largest village green in England (approximately 65 acres) and benefits from a fantastic selection of award-winning café’s, shops, pubs and restaurants. Pinnocks Coffee House on the High Street has been awarded Best Coffee Shop in Surrey and there is the further Nest Coffee shop and the incredible Clock House restaurant. For something more relaxed there is also a wide selection of local pubs to choose from.
Ripley enjoys superb access to both the A3 and M25 motorways with both Gatwick and Heathrow airports within easy reach keeping this ever-popular village well-connected and in demand.
Woking Station offers a regular service to London Waterloo with trains approximately every 7 minutes and a journey time of approximately 22 minutes. Alternative services are provided from West Clandon and East Horsley with trains to London Waterloo arriving within one hour.
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