- Three Bedroom Family Home
- Perfect Project to put Your Stamp On
- Sitting Room
- Garden Room
- Downstairs WC
- Family Bathroom
- Popular Location close to Merstham Park
- NO ONWARD CHAIN
- Potential for Off Street Parking (Subject to the usual Permissions)
Hunter & Company are delighted to offer for sale this three-bedroom terraced house in a popular area of Merstham. Being sold for the first time in over 40 years, this house has been lived in by the same family since it was built. There is a real sense of community here, something perhaps missing from newer developments.
The house itself comprises; on the first floor, two double bedrooms, one single bedroom and a family bathroom. On the ground floor, there is a lounge, kitchen and potential for a utility room, currently a garden room, with door leading out to the rear.
The rear garden is private and mainly lawn, enclosed by fencing to boundaries and access to the front via a shared alleyway. The front garden is enclosed by a low-rise brick wall with a path leading to front door. Requiring modernization throughout, this lovely house would make an ideal project for someone looking to move into this popular area.
The property is located within the well-liked area of Merstham, which is nearly at the end of its huge regeneration scheme with a Co-op convenience store and Day Lewis Pharmacy having opened in recent years. The Community Hub and more shop/restaurant units are also now open. 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 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’ opened in September 2018.