Marston, High Road, Byfleet KT14

£560,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: Fresh722
  • Type: Terraced House
  • Availability: Under Offer
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Parking: Off Road Parking, Single Garage
  • Council Tax Band: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Beautifully presented
  • Tarrant built with character features
  • Spacious and elegant living accommodation
  • Downstairs cloakroom
  • 3 double bedrooms
  • En-suite shower to main bedroom plus family bathroom
  • Situated in the heart of the village
  • Parking and garage
  • EPC: C
  • Council Tax Band: D

Property Summary

***Sold Subject To Contract***

Marston is a charming property built by Tarrant in 1912 boasting many character features such as the working open fireplace in the formal sitting room.

And not without good reason ….. aside from the enviable locations, Tarrant’s houses are finely crafted properties notable for their attractive hand-made bricks and tiles, tall chimneys and built in an Arts and Crafts style.

Walter George Tarrant set up his own building company in 1895 in Byfleet village, a man of vision and enterprise with a reputation for high quality materials and good workmanship.

This wonderful three double bedroomed terraced home offers spacious ground floor accommodation, an ideal mix of formal and informal areas. The lovely kitchen with its central island and dining space with woodburning stove has a calm feel to it. With the doors open onto the private and particularly spacious paved entertaining terrace, its perfect for relaxation and also provides plenty of opportunities to entertain.

A delightful aspect of Marston is the attractive and secluded front garden laid to lawn and views of the attractive village hall – built in 1898 to commemorate Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee can be seen from the main bedroom. There is also parking and a garage to the rear of the property.

Marston must be seen for those wishing for a combination of period charm with elegant, modern living spaces in a traditional character exterior.

Byfleet is a community built on a long and interesting history and 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 and The Plough 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, Mercedes Benz World and shopping centre providing extended hours at Marks & Spencer’s, Tesco Extra and fuel station, Lidl and Curry’s.