31 Weymede, West Byfleet KT14 7DQ, UK
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Last Sold: MAR 2011
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AI think: £392,001
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Wingate & Withers Agent Valuation of this property is £419,950
Introduction This three bedroom end of terrace "Span" house is ideal for families and commuters alike.
It is in the quietest corner of the estate, with plenty of parking available right at the back of the property, 5 mins walk to Brooklands shopping superstores and 15 mins walk to Byfleet & New Haw Station (30 min commute to London).
Set in fantastic grounds amongst 15 acres of Parkland this "Modern" house offers great accommodation within a fantastic community in Weymede.
This well presented property is offered to the market with a large Living/Dining room, Modern Kitchen and Bathroom, mature and low maintenance rear Garden and large bedrooms.
The property also benefits from large floor to ceiling double glazed windows making this property light and bright all year round.
Entrance UPVC panelled door obscured double glazed windows to side and front aspect.
Entrance porch Light and bright entrance with engineered wood floor and large storage cupboard.
Living/dining room Large floor to ceiling double glazed windows to front aspect and large sliding doors to rear aspect. Engineered wood floor, under stair cupboard housing the gas and electric meters, dimmer switch and radiators.
Kitchen Modern kitchen situated at the rear of the property with double glazed door leading onto the patio. Range of matching eye and base level cupboards with formica worktop benefiting from further cupboards with glass frontage and internal lighting. Built in Neff double oven, electric hob and extractor fan, integrated full size dishwasher, washing machine and under counter fridge and freezer. Tall built in cupboard housing the Glow-worm boiler with Hive remote energy controller and further storage, down lights, under cupboard lighting and opening into the dining area.
Stairs to landing Carpeted staircase leading to the landing with a large floor to ceiling storage cupboard, smoke alarm, wall light and doors leading to all rooms.
Master bedroom Large double bedroom with a wall of built in wardrobes, floor to ceiling windows, vaulted ceiling, radiator and engineered wood floor.
Bedroom two Large double bedroom with built in up and over wardrobes situated at the rear of the property. Other benefits include radiator, large double glazed window from floor to ceiling and vaulted ceiling.
Bedroom three Unique single bedroom with built in wardrobes that offers an additional mezzanine floor with carpeted stair case that could be created as a bonus room/office with a double glazed window, TV aerial and electrical sockets.
Bathroom Modern bathroom with white bathroom suite comprising of a P shaped bath, thermostatic shower and screen with chrome mixer taps, hand basin and low level toilet built into a vanity unit, tiled floor, chrome heated towel rail, part tiled walls with the additional bonus of the vaulted ceiling and natural light via the double glazed windows.
Garden Larger than average low maintenance garden that offers a sun soaked decking area and further patio area with side gate leading to the garage and footpath, outside tap, pond and lights.
Weymede Weymede is an estate of 141 houses built in the mid 1960s on the border where Byfleet morphs into Weybridge and set in 15 acres of private, fully enclosed landscaped garden featuring a wide variety of mature trees and shrubs. The estate benefits from its own totally private frontage to the river Wey and is perfectly situated for Weybridge or New Haw stations, Mercedes Benz World, Brooklands museum/shopping and fine local schools. The unique environment of Weymede is protected by legal covenants administered by a committee of volunteer residents.
It is, in short, one of Surrey's best kept secrets
Living at Weymede
Span estates were designed to "span the gap between the suburban monotony of the typical 'spec building' and the architecturally designed individually built residence" and to "think about a community first, the buildings second and to use the placing of dwellings to shape the communal space"
Architect speak maybe and in most housing built since the 1970's you would need a very large pinch of salt to believe it. Weymede however in common with most Span estates genuinely does just what is says in the blurb. It shatters the dominance of the road and car and brings the garden closer to each home by "placing landscape first, landscape second and landscape last".
One of Eric Lyons original intentions was to "engineer a sense of community by forcing people to interact by dint of their environment". Maybe a little utopian but living at Weymede is quieter, friendlier and a whole lot prettier than most suburban areas.
For more information on Weymede please speak to one of our staff or you can find much more on , where you will also see the "Grand Designs Magazine" article in 2005.
Outgoings Although the property is Freehold, there is a monthly cost for all owners of Weymede, this cost not only covers the fee for the upkeep of the 15 acres of communal parkland, it also covers the cost of any timbers to be repainted every three years on the property i.e facia, soffits, windows, upkeep of communal areas such as pathways, parking area and even includes window cleaning for the property.
The cost for this is only around £90 per month.