KS1539 – This semi rural bunglaow has double parking, under floor heating and furniture provided. Excellant transport links and surrounded by woodland.
Surrounded by woodland, this tucked away detached bungalow has lots of appeal and attractive features for those seeking a quiet place to relax. The bungalow has double allocated parking at the front of the property, Upvc windows and gas central heating throughout, internal storage cupboards, underfloor heating, tiled floors, modern bathroom suite with a shower over the bath, up to date kitchen with appliances including an electric fitted oven and a gas hob. The main accomodation area is a broad lounge with additional dining room space, the home has elevated lounge ceilings with spot lighting and a decorative log burner. The lounge patio doors open out onto the south facing patio, the rear garden is enclosed and comprised of established soft fruits and shrubs and a small lawn area. The property also has rear vehicle access for unloading items or removing gardening waste. The house is ideally situated just a mile from either Chessington North or Chessington South railway stations. M25 road links are just a short walk away. 12 month tenancy provided, furniture and appliances available by arrangement, stock images used. Viewings dates being arranged before the new year. Room sizes Bathroom 6.4 x 6.8 ft,
Bedroom 8.7 x 11.3 ft, Lounge 15 x 13.4, Kitchen 8.7 x 6 and the Garden is 32 ft deep. Internet account provded within the tenancy.
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