Lovelace Drive, Pyrford GU22

£965,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: Fresh770
  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: Under Offer
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 4
  • Parking: Driveway, Single Garage
  • Council Tax Band: F
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Central village location with local amenities a short walk away
  • 4 double bedrooms – main with en-suite shower & family bathroom with shower over
  • 3 reception rooms & conservatory
  • Utility area & downstairs cloakroom
  • Beautifully presented throughout
  • Secluded sunny outdoor space with patio areas
  • Manicured garden with supports for hop growing
  • Driveway parking, side access & integral single garage
  • Planning permission has been granted for the erection of a single storey rear extension. Information is available via Woking Borough Council – PLAN/2020/1137.
  • EPC: D / Council tax band: F

Property Summary

*** Sold Subject To Contract ***

If you are planning to make your own beer for an upcoming party, won’t it be all the more impressive with some home-grown hops?! It’s that time of the year when your garden comes to life with sunshine, celebrations and lots of laughter…

Whether you are after a low-key bbq party, a fun-filled afternoon with all the family, a picture-perfect garden tea party or an elegant soiree, the wonderful outdoor space at No.73 makes the perfect backdrop to host a special occasion – hold that thought.

Inside this beautiful home there is a place for everything and everything in its place.

Meticulously maintained, from the moment you step inside the bright open entrance hallway your first impressions are those that tell you… this is a home that shines.

With three spacious reception rooms and a lovely conservatory looking out over the garden, the versatile living space provides a family-friendly and flexible layout for an easy day-to-day lifestyle. Off the well-planned kitchen is a utility area and downstairs cloakroom.

Upstairs offers as much adaptable and roomy space as downstairs, with four attractive double bedrooms, main with en-suite shower and family bathroom.

Outside, the wide frontage includes driveway with parking, side access and an integral single garage.

Now back to the secluded outdoor space and the manicured garden where the beautiful bitter little buds, the hops that fuel our brews, are growing. Did you know that there are many magical uses for hops such as a better night’s sleep, aiding digestion, on the menu to include fresh hop leaves on your bruschetta and hop-seasoned curly fries with hopped malt vinegar!

With plenty of patio area for outdoor furniture this is the perfect spot for a comfy gathering and conversations over drinks and nibbles. When the sun goes down, keep the party vibe going with the warm glow of the outdoor lighting.

At the end of the day, we can probably all agree that the greatest use for your hops remains unshaken: it’s beer’s best friend.

Pyrford village in Surrey is not far from the towns of Woking and Guildford and has a sense of peace and tranquility to it.  Only a short distance away is the Wey navigation offering plenty of dog and country walks, running and cycle routes. It is on the edge of green belt land which gives it a rural country feel about it and therefore Pyrford offers the best of both worlds in that it feels rural yet close to all amenities.

In the centre of the village you will find the parade of local friendly and welcoming shops to include a superb butchers, bakery, hairdressers, dentist and more… however, a short walk into West Byfleet and you will find the railway station with fast trains to Waterloo, banks, the Doctors practice for the area and a great selection of restaurants with the soon-to-be eagerly anticipated Botanical Place, the new development in the centre.

Pyrford C of E Primary School provides an engaging and enriching education for all and has an Ofsted outstanding inspection report. The village has a lovely atmosphere and a pleasant community with an active church and plenty of golf clubs. The selection of leisure pursuits available in the local area is vast - so spoilt for choice ! The busy village hall is used for a number of different activities for all ages such as Pyrford Playgroup and Pyrford Little Theatre which is an award-winning amateur drama group who regularly stage productions including plays and pantomimes. Pyrford Cricket Club is central to Pyrford village life and has a friendly mens and womens team and a thriving Colts section. The clubhouse provides the perfect backdrop for an idyllic day’s cricket serving beverages and food.

Communications are superb with the A3 providing direct access to London, the M25 and the national motorway network only a few miles away.