Ralph James

Wendling Road


2 Beds, 1 Bath

Wendling Road, , Sutton
Sold STC
** GUIDE PRICE £425,000 - £450,000 **

Located in a quiet residential street within equidistance of both Carshalton and Sutton Common train stations is this well presented two double bedroom home, boasting a private double driveway, as well as being close to local schools and St Helier hospital.

The home is based over two floors, with the ground floor consisting of a spacious lounge to the front, along with the kitchen and conservatory to the rear of the property.

On the first floor is the primary bedroom at the front of the property, second generously sized double bedroom to the rear, as well as the family bathroom and boiler.

Outside there is a private rear garden, which boasts a fantastic decking area ideal for summer evenings, as well as a driveway for two cars to the front of the home.
  • Beautifully presented terraced home
  • Two generously proportioned bedrooms
  • Spacious kitchen area
  • Conservatory / Dining space overlooking the garden
  • Family bathroom
  • New carpets in lounge, hall, stairs, landing and both bedrooms. The property has been redecorated throughout in these areas.
  • Private double driveway
  • Short walk to St Helier hospital and parkland
  • Located within equidistance of Sutton Common and Carshalton train stations
  • Freehold

This has been a well-loved family home for the last 23 years and would now make a perfect property for someone looking for a well proportioned house, with a lovely garden, in a popular area.

Wendling Road


2 Beds, 1 Bath

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Get to know


Banstead is in one of the most picturesque corners of east Surrey, situated at the top of the North Downs. Perfectly positioned for both London commuters, being a mere 20 minute train from London Terminals, and those wanting access to woodlands walks and open green spaces. Nearby Banstead Downs is a large Site of Special Scientific Interest covering 430 acres.

An old town, Banstead honours traditional events, the highlight being the Banstead Village May Queen festival every Spring. The event is organised by locals and all nearby schools and businesses participate. The earliest recorded mention of Banstead was in an Anglo-Saxon charter of AD 967.

“Having been born and raised in Banstead, to be able to return and start the next chapter of our lives here as fully fledged “Bansteadarians” has been incredibly exciting. Living so close to the high street means that we have been able to enjoy everything that Banstead’s heartbeat has to offer. Aside from the obvious amenities and brilliant pubs and restaurants, it’s Banstead’s rich character and personality that has us constantly singing its praises to anyone that will listen.”

Paul, Wilmot Way

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