On Market

Park Road, Aldershot

Guide Price £575,000


  • Type: Bungalow
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Unique detached Property.
  • 4 Double Bedrooms.
  • Annexe potential.
  • Very close to local shops & schools.
  • Sunny and private Gardens.
  • Lots of off road parking.
  • Detached Outbuilding.
  • epc rating D ( 60 )

A unique and split level detached Home which really needs to be viewed in order to appreciate its proportions. Thoughtfully extended to the back of the original Bungalow and into the 1st Floor, it now benefits from 4 Double Bedrooms, 2 of which are on the first floor with a Bathroom too, the split level Master Bedroom also has a great sized and adjoining dressing room with lots of wardrobes and storage. On the ground Floor are 2 Bedrooms another Bathroom and a 17' x 14' Living Room which looks and leads out onto the rear garden, a separate Dining Room, a shaker style fitted Kitchen with a separate Utility Room. We think there is scope to create a larger Kitchen into the space to the left of the property.

Outside, the long driveway provides off road parking for several vehicles and it leads to a detached Double Garage but this has been converted into a very useful and versatile space, currently used as a home office, studio with an adjoining hobby room. This could relatively easily be re-established as Garage, if so required. From the driveway, gated access leads to a very mature back garden, laid to lawn with a very sunny Southerly aspect and which looks out onto allotments meaning there's a high degree of privacy. Park Road is located 1.4 miles away from Aldershot Railway Station and the town centre and a 3 minute drive from the A331. There are schools for all ages just moments away and a selection of local shops within easy walking distance as is the Brickfields Nature Reserve.

Aldershot is located just 30 miles from South West London and just off the A331 with road links to the A3, M3 and beyond. Rail commuters are well served with connections to London Waterloo in under 1 hour and to the South Coast via Guildford equally accessible. There is an excellent local Bus network serving the area too.
Aldershot’s historic reputation as the ‘ Home of the British Army ‘ still survives although there has been significant development over the years and even now, a lot of the original Army Land has been and is being redeveloped into Residential communities with appropriate infrastructure to support it.  Various schools offer well regarded Ofsted service levels to provide educational support to children of all ages and further educational options are accessible in nearby Farnham Art College and Farnborough or Guildford Sixth Form colleges.
With a strong and vibrant multi racial community, the town has a wide selection of shops, restaurants and cafés and the pedestrianised area is under redevelopment now that will provide a fresh and exciting place to shop, socialise and chill! The Princes Hall often hosts well known music and comedy acts, there is an Arts centre too and the Westgate Centre has a modern multiplex cinema and further places to eat and relax. Football fans can watch their ‘ local team ‘ at Aldershot FC and with many miles of heathland, nature reserves and walks, walkers and dog owners are very well catered for too

- Council Tax Band E
- EPC Energy Rating Band (D) 60



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