- Turn of the century two bedroom cottage
- Fabulous extended kitchen/breakfast room
- 5 Mins to Ewell West station
- Available from 08th March 2021
- Character features
- Stripped wood flooring throughout
Beautiful extended two bedroom turn of the century terrace cottage, retaining original features located opposite the Old Mill in Ewell village. Entrance hall with stripped wood flooring (and throughout) and under stairs storage. Reception to the front of the property with plantation shutters and picture rail. A further reception/dining room is located in the middle of the property with side window, leading to the kitchen/breakfast room. Lovely extended kitchen/breakfast room with high gloss wall and base units and granite work surfaces. Integrated appliances including a tall fridge/freezer, dishwasher, gas hob and electric oven. French doors to the rear and an additional door to the side from the kitchen.
First floor landing. Front bedroom is a double, with built in wardrobes and plantation shutters. Rear bedroom also a double with views across the garden. Bathroom with corner bath/shower over, WC, basin and heated towel rail.
To the rear there is a patio leading up to the astro-turf area and summer house/shed to the rear on the decking area.
It is pointed out that the plantation shutters all open fully and retract.
Ewell West station is approximately a 5 minute walk away and Ewell centre 2 minutes.
Unfurnished and available from 08th March 2021
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