This beautifully presented three bedroom detached family home dates back to the early 1900’s. Transformed tastefully inside, the property is deceptively spacious and offers very flexible living for a wide audience.
The property is entered via a large hallway which has a door leading to the living room. The living room has exposed wooden floor boards, feature fireplace and a bay window. The dining room is at the end of the hallway which also has a door leading to the kitchen which flows into the conservatory.
Upstairs there are three really well-proportioned double bedrooms and a family bathroom suite. The property has a driveway where at least three cars can park and there’s also a private rear garden. Sandhurst offers superb transport links with railway station and great connections to both M3/M4 motorways. On top of this, the schools within the area are extremely well-regarded making the location ideal for a number of buyers.
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