Spence Avenue, Byfleet KT14

£550,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: Fresh742
  • Type: Semi-Detached House
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Parking: Driveway, Single Garage
  • Outside Space: South Facing Garden
  • Council Tax Band: E
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Peaceful & safe location close by to all village amenities
  • Extended accommodation both upstairs & down - suggested floorplan attached
  • Versatile living/dining areas with an opportunity to alter the lay out further
  • 4 well-presented bedrooms with plenty of storage throughout
  • Practical downstairs cloakroom
  • South facing easy to maintain garden
  • Driveway parking, detached garage & outside storeroom
  • Vibrant village atmosphere
  • EPC: D
  • Council Tax Band: E

Property Summary

Today’s a perfect day for opening a new door … opportunities come and go all the time, it is up to us to make the most of them.

Spence Avenue in Byfleet village is a peaceful and safe location close by to all local amenities and has a lovely community feel to it. It’s here you will find this wonderful opportunity of a much-loved family home providing extended accommodation both upstairs and down.

As you step inside the roomy hallway there is plenty of additional space and storage to allow you to take off shoes and coats - you instantly feel at home.

With an additional reception room off the main living/dining areas, this really does offer space to entertain and enjoy hobbies in with views of the pretty south facing garden. There is also a well-planned kitchen and a practical cloakroom. There is also an opportunity to alter the lay out further - suggested floorplan attached.

Take the stairs to the first floor where there are 3 bedrooms and a family bathroom, you begin to appreciate the proportions of this semi-detached home and the accommodation available. Up on the second floor is a notably generously sized bright room with flexibility in its use such as a large double bedroom, playroom, study/library or as a relaxing zone for teenagers. Plenty of opportunities to make it work for your family’s requirements.

Externally to the front of No.17 is a block-paved driveway providing parking which leads you down to the detached garage currently being used for storage. At the back of the garage is an additional storeroom benefitting from heat and light so with few alterations could make for an ideal home working office or music room.

Through the gated side access is the garden – a lovely sunny space providing plenty of opportunities to relax in, entertain in and enjoy time with friends and family either on the decked terrace or patio area.

Open the door at No.17… and embrace a new opportunity

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…keeping the village atmosphere alive.

In walking distance are the village schools Byfleet Primary and St Mary’s – both friendly with an ethos throughout of Learning, Caring & Sharing.

There is a range of leisure pursuits including river walks down by the Manor House and cycle routes along the towpaths of the Thames and Wey. Byfleet Bowls Club is a friendly and sociable club with members ranging in ages from 8-80+ situated in Byfleet recreation ground which offers a children’s playground and skate park. There really is something for everyone !

Close by is Brooklands, 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 stores such as Marks & Spencer's, Tesco Extra and Lidl.

A short walk away is Byfleet & New Haw train station and close by into West Byfleet you will find the mainline station with fast trains to Waterloo and the eagerly anticipated Botanical Place, the soon-to-be new development in the centre featuring a wellness centre, pedestrianised square enclosed by boutique-style independent retail and leisure uses and a public library.

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