Rectory Lane, Byfleet, KT14

£495,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: Fresh713
  • Type: Semi-Detached Bungalow
  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Parking: Driveway
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Semi-detached bungalow
  • Three bedrooms
  • Study
  • Recent fresh internal décor to a number of rooms
  • Driveway parking
  • Large outside covered store area
  • Planning consent - details available via Woking Borough Council PLAN/2021/0462
  • Opportunity for enhancement
  • West facing sunny rear garden

Property Summary

***Sold***  Positioned in the heart of Byfleet village this 1930’s semi-detached bungalow has been a family home for our current vendors which has captured lots of fond memories over the years for them. Neatly presented with fresh décor to a number of rooms and benefitting from exciting plans that are already approved allowing the opportunity for enhancement and growth.

Enjoying a Westerly aspect, the generous and sunny rear garden lends itself to outside dining on the large patio area and plenty of space for children to run around. From the garden is access to a versatile and practical conservatory allowing a harmonious connection between the garden and the home. An open plan living / dining area with plenty of storage and feature fireplace is ideal for everyday life. There is a useful study / music room off the main sitting room. The functional, light and airy kitchen with plenty of storage has been included in the plans for this to become a utility space and allow the repositioning of the kitchen into the open plan reception space. There is access from the kitchen through to a large, covered area currently being used as additional storage space. Off the hallway are two double bedrooms and a single bedroom, all served by the family bathroom. The driveway offers parking for a number of vehicles.

In addition to the well planned, flexible accommodation, the plans allow you to create additional bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs and incorporates a change of layout to the ground floor, allowing you develop your own style for the property.

Byfleet is a community built on a long and interesting history. Byfleet Village Hall was built in 1898 to commemorate Queens Victoria’s diamond jubilee and over 100 years later, the Village Hall is still the center of many of the villages activities, hosting a variety of clubs, classes and special events. The Blue Anchor, The Plough and Binfield Bakery still serve the village after many years, along with a variety of other shops and services, keeping the village atmosphere alive.. Byfleet and the surrounding towns offer an extensive range of leisure pursuits including river walks down by the Manor House, give a thought to the jousting knights, kings, queens, mistresses and poets who have been there before you.. and bike rides along the towpaths of the Thames and the Wey. Brooklands was the worlds first purpose-built motor racing circuit and aerodrome that opened in 1907. Today, part of the circuit forms the Brooklands Museum and shopping centre providing extended hours at Marks & Spencer’s, Tesco Extra and fuel station, Lidl, Argos and Curry’s.