Foxlake Road, Byfleet, KT14
- Open-plan space from kitchen/dining room/sitting room
- Luxury downstairs shower room
- Main bedroom with luxurious en-suite bathroom and walk in dressing room
- 3 further double bedrooms
- Impeccably presented throughout
- Secluded rear garden
- Driveway parking
- Council tax band D
- EPC: C
- Completed programme of works can be viewed via Woking Borough Council PLAN/2011/0368
Is this your mint bliss - enjoying a quiet position and located moments away from all local amenities in Byfleet village centre?
Our clients have taken great care to enhance their four bedroomed semi-detached home immediately offering a fantastic first impression as you approach. The very generous and wide driveway offers plenty of parking with side access and as you step inside you instantly realise that this home offers tremendous flexibility for family needs with adaptable and stylish rooms. Since 2011, the property has been refurbished throughout and the accommodation has been enlarged - additions such the kitchen and bathrooms have been well thought through and this home has a definite sense of a stylish lifestyle.
Views of and access to the garden can be enjoyed from the kitchen, dining space and the more formal sitting room – all of which flow from one to another providing a bright and open feel to the spaces and feature a large vaulted skylight.
The two downstairs double bedrooms at the front of the home are notably sized and concluding the accommodation downstairs, positioned off the hallway, is a walk-in shower room finished to a high specification.
Upstairs is just as beautifully presented with the main bedroom offering a luxury en-suite bathroom and separate walk in dressing room. The further double bedroom provides excellent storage space.
Outside is a very easy to maintain and secluded garden perfect for relaxation with a large storage shed to the side.
At mint homes we believe home is a feeling – we recommend that you step inside and get a feel for this lovely home.
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 centre 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 world’s 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.