Church Street, Ewell Village


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  • Bedrooms: 3
This attractive newly constructed semi-detached home enjoys a highly desirable position overlooking the churchyard and is just a stones throw of the heart of Ewell Village.

With incredible attention to detail and a beautiful heritage style and feel throughout, this fine property successfully encapsulates a modern turn key lifestyle that you would expect with a new home alongside a rare character feel.

Having been created to encompass a traditional design along with comfortable accommodation and a truly practical position, the level of finish is meticulous and the layout is highlighted by stylish design touches and huge amounts of natural light throughout the entire house as well as the added benefit of a secluded wraparound rear, side and front garden and a driveway with off street parking.

In our view these fine new properties provide the ultimate layout for a modern yet practical home. It benefits from great school catchment as well as easy access to the picturesque Hogsmill river and nature reserve, whilst the historic Nonsuch Park and Epsom Downs with its world famous racecourse are also nearby.

The carefully thought out design has resulted in generous room sizes, characterful roof lines in all bedrooms and accommodation totalling approximately 1100 Sq. Ft.

The beautiful front door and covered porch immediately set the tone and create a welcoming first impression alongside the entrance hallway with its wide plank oak flooring and Nest heating system. The living room is a generous size and truly practical shape whilst the stunning kitchen/dining room provides a beautiful entertaining space that links directly to the gardens via its bi-fold doors. On the first floor are three generous bedrooms, en-suite shower room and main bathroom with Hansgrohe and Porcelanosa fitments, whilst from a practical sense the accommodation is completed by the downstairs cloakroom.

The highly desirable Ewell Village has a rich background dating back to the Bronze age and at the end of the middle ages King Henry VIII established Nonsuch Palace (now Nonsuch Park) in 1538. The High Street offers a variety of shops, restaurants, cafés and pubs. Bourne Hall hosts a public library, subterranean theatre, gymnasium, café, and local museum. It regularly holds gatherings such as fayres and exhibitions.

In the heart of the village lies the picturesque Hogsmill river leading up to the nature reserve. There are a range of popular local schools and of course both Ewell East and West stations (zone 6) offer easy access to London with Waterloo and Victoria taking approximately 40 minutes.

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