Enviably situated in a favoured private cul de sac which backs on the Hockering Estate in the ever popular South side of Woking which is just moments from the town centre and train line.
A consummate modern day home. Pairing tasteful decor with the warming tones of parquet floors, its exemplary interior design themes generate a hugely cohesive feel, while the superb natural flow of the layout unfolds from central hallway. A wonderful double aspect sitting room with the charm and character of bow windows and a working fireplace leads out onto the patio of a beautifully secluded garden and sits adjacent to the dining room offering further space to relax and entertain. A superior kitchen/breakfast room is impeccably crafted and appointed offering a sizable and sociable space to enjoy with friends and family.
Four impeccable bedrooms share two luxury bath/shower rooms (one en suite), and double garaging, a study/snug and utility room are notable further highlights.
Instantly offering a stately yet welcoming feel, the property sits back from the exclusivity of Pembroke Gardens on a large corner plot. A turning circle commands your attention with a trio of Corinthian-style columns framing its exceptional covered entrance. Step inside and you’ll find the light and subtly of the central hallways soft grey and white palette paired with the rich dark tones of a wood floor. Perfectly capturing a glimpse of a magnificent working fireplace, a doorway invites you into a spacious and utterly sophisticated double aspect sitting room that combines with the adjacent formal dining room to create a superbly fluid space for you to both relax and entertain. A first class parquet floor flows throughout giving cohesion to the design, and whilst charming bow windows allow natural light to tumble into the sitting room, French doors make it difficult to resist the temptation to step out onto the patio and explore the gardens.
Exemplary in every aspect, a superior kitchen/breakfast room offers a bright and airy space. Supremely well-appointed with beautifully crafted painted cabinetry it effortlessly marries a commendable blend of heritage colours with the rustic texture of a tiled floor. The undoubted hub and heart of the house, it offers every convenience with a first class array of integrated appliances.
Across the hallway a study/snug continues with the admirable aesthetics of living accommodation and proffers a peaceful retreat when working from home. A separate utility room sits back from the kitchen keeping laundry appliances discreetly hidden from view, and a cloakroom completes this outstanding ground floor.
Filled with light, a wonderful turning staircase entices you upstairs where four exceptionally generous bedrooms supply plentiful family and guest accommodation. Each and every one demonstrates a refined sense of style and an exacting attention to detail, and whilst they all benefit from tasteful fitted storage, the enviable principal bedroom has an indulgently large and deluxe en suite with bath and separate shower. A further family shower room complements its design with a matching fitted vanity unit and basin, and makes life easy for a busy family house.
Open up the French doors of the sitting room and conservatory and allow the patio and gardens to engender an easy flowing extension of these brilliantly sociable spaces. Set to a backdrop of a select few tremendously tall trees, the marvellously secluded patio is a blissful spot for extensive al fresco dining or simply sitting back with an after dinner glass of wine or two. Bordered by the fabulous foliage of statuesque trees and shrubs lending ever more privacy and dashes of colour, a large established lawn stretches out giving ample opportunity for children to play while you unwind in the summer sun in this truly tranquil oasis.
At the front of the property the space is equally as extensive, encompassed with a sea of colour from picturesque planting, boarder a broad brick paved driveway that together with the integral double garaging supplies copious off-road parking.
A short distance away is Woking Mainline Railway Station frequently serving Waterloo (26 mins), the South Coast from Portsmouth through to Exeter, and express coach service to Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 (25-30mins). There is also easy access to the M25, M3 and A3 providing links to Heathrow, Gatwick & London City Airports.
Woking has a thriving town centre offering extensive shopping, dining and leisure facilities including The New Victoria Theatre & Cinema, and the Lightbox Gallery. For golfers there is a choice of clubs including, Woking Golf Club (one of the oldest in the U.K. founded in 1893), Westhill, Hoebridge, Worplesdon, Chobham and Foxhills (including spa and hotel). Both the Basingstoke Canal and the River Wey are close by for walking, cycling and fishing (permit required), whilst nearby Chobham Common is a National Nature Reserve.
The area is well served by both state and private schools including: Hoebridge, St Andrews, Greenfield, Halstead, Woking High School, St Dunstan’s & St John the Baptist School.