This impressive and deceptively spacious four/five bedroom family home is situated in the popular Copped Hall development in Camberley and benefits from extremely versatile accommodation.
On the ground floor there is an entrance hallway, with a storage cupboard and a shower room that flows into a large living room with doors leading into the garden as well as double doors into the dining room, giving access to the study/bedroom five. There is a fantastic sized kitchen/breakfast room with an array of storage cupboards along with integrated appliances.
The current owner has recently developed the property to create a rarely available, self-contained annexe with a private and integral entrance, double bedroom with en-suite bathroom, large kitchen and bonus family room/additional bedroom with garden access.
Upstairs there are four double bedrooms, with the master bedroom benefiting from a four piece en-suite. The remaining bedrooms all have fitted wardrobes and share the recently refitted family bathroom.
To the front of the property there is a large driveway providing parking for numerous vehicles and a large lawn area. There is also access into the annexe and side access into the garden. The garden is extremely private with a large patio across the back with the rest being mainly laid to lawn. The location is ideally located for local schools, Camberley town centre and the train station. The M3 and A30 are close by for anyone commuting.
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