4 bedroom detached house for salePromenade De Verdun, PURLEY
This four bedroom detached chalet style bungalow is situated on the prestigious Webb Estate and offers potential to enlarge or possibly redevelop the whole site, subject to the usual permissions and c onsents being obtained. The plot measures approximately two-thirds of an acre.
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In our opinion this is a large four bedroom detached chalet style bungalow with accommodation presented over two floors.
Situated in a secluded position on a most sought after road on this prestigious estate, this property requires modernisation and offers, in our opinion, potential to be refurbished and extended, subject to the necessary planning permissions and consents or indeed the scope to redevelop the whole site and build a new home to your own specifications.
The current accommodation comprises an enclosed porch, reception hall, cloakroom, double aspect sitting room (side and front), dining room, reception room/bedroom, utility area, master bedroom, bathroom, stairs to first floor landing with two further bedrooms.
Reception Hall 12'5 x 9'10 (3.78m x 3m)
Sitting Room 20'10 x 12'2 (6.35m x 3.71m)
Dining Room 11'10 x 7'6 (3.61m x 2.29m)
Kitchen 11'10 x 8'5 (3.61m x 2.57m)
Utility Area 10' x 6'3 (3.05m x 1.9m)
Master Bedroom 15'3 x 14'2 (4.65m x 4.32m)
Reception Room/Bedroom 12'2 x 12' (3.71m x 3.66m)
Stairs to First Floor Landing
Bedroom Two 15'3 x 12'9 (4.65m x 3.89m)
Bedroom Three 18'6 x 10'3 (5.64m x 3.12m)
This property is situated on a mature plot measuring approximately two-thirds of an acre with the rear garden being mainly laid to lawn, mature hedgerow to the boundaries and mature shrubs and trees. To the front of the property is a further lawn area, driveway and garage.
The property is situated on the prestigious Webb Estate which consists of approximately 260 acres which is now a designated conservation area. The estate was originally laid out by William Webb whose dream was to create an environment which would offer the best of country and city life. Each road is unique and makes a special contribution to the estate. Promenade de Verdun was named after the French town which featured prominently in the First World War and features a row of poplar trees leading to a tall obelisk made from Cornish granite dedicated to the soldiers who fell during the war.
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