Station Road, West Byfleet KT14

£745,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: Fresh776
  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 3
  • Parking: Driveway, Single Garage
  • Outside Space: South Facing Garden
  • Council Tax Band: E
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Detached extended 4 bedroom family home
  • Set in a central location within easy walking distance of West Byfleet mainline station
  • Free-flowing space incorporating the kitchen/diner through to conservatory
  • Downstairs shower/utility room
  • Recent renovations & many enhancements
  • Newly installed family bathroom
  • Pretty sunny front & back garden with side access
  • Garage & driveway parking with electric charging facility
  • Further potential
  • EPC: D Council tax band: E

Property Summary

Houses of the 1960’s have a lot to love… they deserve their time to shine and this is exactly what No.23 does.

In terms of bold ideas, clever styling and presentation, there can be few better eras from which to draw inspiration. This extended 60’s home takes the best this era had to offer and transforms its space into something both contemporary and classic.

Having invested time, energy and money into this project, this house has undergone significant transformation – and better still, presents the opportunity to add further value, enhance and reach its full potential subject to usual consents.

But before we talk about the house, let’s talk about the location – No.23 is a very short walk away from the quiet and relaxing environment of the beautiful Basingstoke canal and other small luxuries such as coffee shops, restaurants, golf clubs and gyms. All are on your doorstep to enjoy with your neighbours in this very friendly community.

Parquet flooring features in the hallway and shutters adorn the windows… providing a taste of the high quality finish to come!

Feel a sense of home comforts and happiness here, with free-flowing space in the kitchen/diner through to the conservatory. This house allows you to enjoy cooking, entertaining or simply enjoying ‘everyday life’ in the West Byfleet community. There is a separate, formal living room at the front of the home with fireplace leading to an additional reception room currently used for dining. This layout provides scope to adapt this downstairs space to suit your lifestyle. A very practical downstairs shower/utility room is also located off the hallway.

Great care and thought has gone into the presentation throughout. As you take the stairs up to the first floor, you will appreciate the space available in all four bedrooms and the practicality of the fitted storage. The beautiful new family bathroom is just one highlight of the renovations on display.

With new electrics, lighting, plumbing, boiler, radiators, front door and windows in place, you can sense the investment made to provide the perfect home environment.

Most 1960’s homes have spacious front gardens, a garage and space to the side – this is no exception. With its surprisingly long front garden, own driveway, parking for 2 cars and an electric car charging facility installed, this 60’s house is equipped for the future.

Side access takes you down to the wonderfully sunny garden which features plenty of patio area for outdoor furniture and is the perfect spot for a fun-filled day with all the family amongst the fruit trees, or a relaxed picture-perfect garden party under the shade of the pergola and sails. When the sun goes down, keep the party vibe going with the warm glow of the outdoor lighting.

The middle of the 20th century was a changing era for design, style and architecture. For 1960’s house design, this was an exciting time. With the recent enhancements and further potential on offer, this is an exciting opportunity in a central village location and must be considered.


In walking distance is the eagerly anticipated Botanical Place, the soon-to-be new development in the centre of West Byfleet featuring a wellness centre, a pedestrianised square enclosed by boutique-style independent retail and leisure uses, cafes, restaurants and a public library.

Combined with the conveniences of the shopping amenities and the schools in the village, multiple children’s nurseries, the mainline train station, idyllic walks along the canal and surrounding countryside, a fantastic local playground and thriving village hall, there really is plenty of everything for everyone!