- Guide Price £375,000 to £385,000
- Recently Refurbished End of Terrace
- Three Bedrooms
- Refitted Kitchen/Diner
- Modern Bathroom
- Updated Double Glazing
- Off Street Parking for Two Cars
- Overlooking the Green
Guide Price £375,000 to £385,000 Hunter & Company are delighted to offer for sale this extremely well presented and updated, three bedroom, end of terrace family home in a popular location. There is a real sense of community here, something perhaps missing from newer developments, overlooking the central green, Worsted Green is a popular choice for families.
This property has undergone a thorough refurbishment project in recent years, creating a modern and bright home, perfect for those just wanting to move straight in. On entering the house, there is an enclosed storm porch and large entrance hall, the living room faces the front and is large enough for a dining table. The kitchen/diner is immaculate and has been refitted with modern white shaker style units, dark worktops, cream metro tiles and houses a mixture of built-in and freestanding appliances. This room has a large window to the rear which makes it lovely and light. There is a sunroom with sliding patio doors to the garden, in our opinion, this would make a great playroom and also has access to the downstairs cloakroom.
Upstairs, all three bedrooms are good sizes which is a typical selling point for a 1950s build. The two double bedrooms have views out over Worsted Green to the front, which makes for a pleasant outlook, while bedroom three faces the rear and has a built-in double wardrobe. The bathroom is modern with a white three-piece suite with shower over bath, blue and white mosaic tiles, and a heated towel rail.
The outside space on the property is great, with off street parking for two cars to the front. The rear garden is enclosed by panel fencing, laid mainly to lawn with a patio area and access back round to the front. There is potential for extending the living space (subject to the usual permissions) making this a fantastic property for a family to grow in.
The property is located within the well-liked area of Merstham, which is nearly at the end of its huge regeneration scheme with brand new Co-op convenience store and Day Lewis Pharmacy having opened recently. A new Community Hub and more shop/restaurant units are still under construction. Less than a 15 minute walk away you come to Old Merstham known for its charming high street and boutique shops with a number of listed buildings and home of the annual ‘Quality Street Fair’. Here, you also find Merstham mainline train station with regular direct trains into London Victoria & London Bridge taking less than 40 minutes. There are also great bus and motorway links with M25 and M23 nearby.
Located on the nearby Watercolour development are amenities including a Tesco Express convenience store, bus links, veterinary surgery, doctor’s surgery, pharmacy and a new children's nursery.
One other hidden gem, just on the outskirts of the village by Nutfield Marsh is Mercers Country Park, a significant nature reserve established around a former quarry pit. The historic pit is now Mercers Lake, which is used for water sports and offers idyllic views over the Greensand Ridge as well as plenty of public footpaths for dog walkers. Across from the Lake is the ever popular 'Inn on the Pond' country pub, where many a Summers day can be lost sitting outside enjoying a cold beverage, whilst watching the cricket being played on the green.
Several primary schools located nearby include Merstham, Furzefield and Lime Tree. For those with older children there is The Warwick, St Bede's, Royal Alexandra and Albert and after Government approval, a new school named ‘Merstham Park’ is set to open in September 2018.