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Maybury Close, Burgh Heath, Tadworth

£425,000 Guide Price

Property Features

  • Type: Terraced House
  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Council Tax Band: D
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Property Features

  • 3/4 Bedroom Terraced Home
  • Downstairs Shower Room & Conservatory
  • No Through Road with Off Road Parking
  • Council Tax Band D
  • EPC Rating E

Property Summary

Guide Price £425,000 - £450,000

Christies would like to offer you the opportunity to purchase this 3/4-bedroom terraced home located in a no through road in Burgh Heath close to local amenities, schools & transport facilities including Kingswood, Tattenham Corner and Tadworth mainline stations. Ideal for first time buyers, families, investors, or downsizers.

The ground floor accommodation offers a spacious entrance hall with large storage cupboard, downstairs bedroom (converted from the garage), downstairs shower room, open plan living room/kitchen, conservatory, and low maintenance garden. To the first floor you are presented with an L-shaped master bedroom with shower ensuite, two additional bedrooms and a family bathroom. Additional features include off road parking and air conditioning.

Do not miss out! Call our sales team today on 01737 307 000 to arrange a viewing

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4.8 102 reviews

  • Avatar Karin Freestone ★★★★★ in the last week
    I would strongly recommend Christie’s estate agent, they have been outstanding every step of the way, … More from the smooth selling of our property to completion. We would like to particularly thank Fern Clarkson for her professionalism. She has worked closely with us and has demonstrated exemplary communication throughout the process and shared our frustrations along the way! We cannot praise Fern enough for everything she did, she went above and beyond for us and is true asset to Christies!

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