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3 bedroom bungalow for sale

Winston Walk, Farnham, Surrey, GU10

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Property Description

Key features

  • Detached Bungalow
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Two Bathrooms and WC
  • Front and Rear Garden
  • Double Garage
  • South Farnham Location
  • EPC Rating D (64)

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Ideally positioned within a private cul-de-sac in the sought after village of Lower Bourne, is this light and spacious detached bungalow. Boasting ample living accommodation in the form of a large living room as well as a separate kitchen and dining room, each of which have been extended; the property is perfect for entertaining and is sure to meet the needs of a variety of suitors. In addition to three double bedrooms, the property also benefits from a family bathroom, separate cloakroom and additional shower room. Located within close proximity of local shops as well as sought after schools for all age groups, the property is excellently situated for dog walkers, within walking distance of the popular Bourne Wood.

17' 11" x 12' 10" (5.46 m x 3.91m)
10' 3" x 19' 10" (3.12 m x 6.05m)
15' 7" x 19' 10" (4.75 m x 6.05m)


9' 0" x 10' 0" (2.74 m x 3.05m)
13' 0" x 12' 10" (3.96 m x 3.91m)
11' 1" x 12' 10" (3.38 m x 3.91m)

To the front of the property is a well maintained garden, mostly laid to lawn with a selection of shrubs and mature trees. There is also off road driveway parking for multiple cars in front of the double garage. To the rear of the property is a secluded and manageable, paved garden with two detached outbuildings and further access to the double garage.
Farnham is the largest town within the borough of Waverley with smaller villages of Runfold, Frensham and Wrecclesham within close proximity. Farnham falls within Surrey with Badshot Lea and Weybourne on the Aldershot side of the town.

It is a town of significant historic interest with many Georgian houses and old buildings including Farnham Castle, The Maltings and nearby Waverley Abbey. It is located midway between Winchester and London reportedly the reason for the position of its Castle, which was built as a stopover for the Bishop of Winchester en route to London back in the 11th Century.

The main thoroughfare running from West Street, through the Borough and on to East Street is home to many shops and independent retailers, amongst them Elphicks and Pullingers, some of the towns' oldest surviving businesses. Farnham also offers a vast selection of restaurants, cafes and bars. As a market town it continues with tradition and has a monthly farmers market held in Central carpark, and a variety of arts and craft markets at the Maltings. The town also offers a Waitrose and central Sainsburys and a larger Superstore on the outskirts.

Farnham has a strong association with the arts and is home to the University of the Creative Arts, formerly known as Farnham School of Art as far back as 1866. It is also known for its outstanding schools, both state and independent, in particular South Farnham School, Heath End, Weydon Secondary School, Frensham Heights, Edgeborough and Barfield and local sixth form college.

Within walking distance of the town centre there are several parks, Farnham Park making up the grounds of the Castle and Gostrey Meadows, with sports facilities and playgrounds making them a popular choice with runners, families and dog walkers. Farnham also benefits from the nearby Frensham Ponds, Bourne Woods and Alice Holt forest. For other keen sports enthusiasts there is a central Leisure centre and recently developed David Lloyd gym situated on the outskirts of the town and next to Farnham Rugby Club.

It's fantastic road and rail networks made Farnham an early example of a commuter town, allowing life in the countryside while remaining accessible to London. With rail links to London Waterloo and access to the M3, M25 and A325 also known as the Blackwater Valley road, Farnham remains a popular choice with commuters and families.

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Added on Rightmove:
04 November 2016

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