SUMMARYDESCRIPTIONA STUNNING FOUR BEDROOM FAMILY HOME SET WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE OF (0.5 MILES) West Ewell station (ZONE 6) This makes a perfect home for a family who also want to be in an excellent school catchment area. Barnard Marcus are pleased to present to the market in immaculate condition this stunning and extremely well presented four bedroom family home set over three floors, The property boasts an impressive fully flexible open plan living reception/dining area, modern kitchen diner with lots of storage. There are patio doors leading out to the private garden which also has the added luxury of an office at the rear of the garden. The property has wooden flooring throughout the downstairs.The first floor comprises of three bedrooms, two double and a single also located on this floor is the main bathroom. The final and top floor boasts a Master bedroom with an en-suite. We recommend your earliest viewing to avoid missing out on a property that is sure to have high levels of interest.The property further benefits from Gas Central Heating and Double Glazing and comes part furnished. Viewing is highly reccommended to appreciate both the location and the quality living on offer. Call Barnardmarcus to book your viewing 01372 740911Description;The village of Ewell is to be found in Surrey in the borough of Epsom and Ewell. It lies along the A24 London to Worthing road (although this now bypasses the village via the Ewell Bypass). Ewell is close to the southern boundary of Greater London. Access is readily available to Central London, the M25 and the south coast via the A24 trunk road. Ewell is reasonably convenient for both Gatwick and Heathrow airports (both accessed via the M25). The name Ewell comes from the Old English word meaning river or spring. This is due to the sacred spring at Ewell which has drawn people to the area since Prehistoric times. It borders a south-west boundary of Greater London at Cheam and is within the capital's commuter belt and contiguous suburbs of the Greater London Built-up Area, 12 miles (19 km) from its centre. Ewell has the main spring, with an adjoining pond, at the head of the Hogsmill river, a small tributary of the River Thames.Schools;The Borough of Epsom and Ewell has several secondary schools; Glyn School, Epsom and Ewell High School, Rosebery School for Girls and Blenheim High School, including Wallace Fields . In addition it also has two private, fee paying schools; Epsom College and Ewell Castle School. The borough also contains a special school for children and young people with autism and social communication difficulties.General Information;Ewell Court is a residential area and ward to the north-west of Ewell Village. In the centre of the area is Ewell Court Park, which contains Ewell Court House and Ewell Court Lake. The volunteer run Ewell Court Library is inside Ewell Court House. A large portion of The Hogsmill Open Space, a local nature reserve is in this area, from the railway line near Ewell Village to Ruxley Lane. This contains several tributaries of the Hogsmill River, including the confluence with the Horton Stream near Ruxley Lane. Ewell Court is bounded to the north-east by the A240 (Kingston Road). West Ewell is a large residential area with several local centres. Its main centre is the area around Ewell West railway station, which contains a parade of shops. Its largest roads are Chessington Road and Ruxley Lane. These are both B-roads which contain several parades of shops. A section of the Hogsmill Open Space, including the Bonesgate Stream is in the northern fringes of the area. Ruxley Farm Bridge is in the centre of Ruxley Lane over the Hogsmill River, replacing a ford, Ruxley Splash. West Ewell is served by buses travelling between Epsom and Kingston, as well as Chessington. West Ewell covers two wards: West Ewell Ward, to the south of Ruxley Lane and Ruxley Ward, to the north. Amenities for Families/Open Space;Ewell is on the London Outer Orbital Path (London Loop) walking route. The path heads through South Cheam into Warren Farm and Nonsuch Park via East Ewell, before crossing into Ewell Village passing Ewell Castle School. It passes through Bourne Hall (at the main source of the Hogsmill River) before heading along the Hogsmill Open Space past the Kingston borough border.Transport;Ewell is served by two railway stations: Ewell West, which has services towards London Waterloo, Dorking and Guildford, and Ewell East, which has services towards London Victoria, Dorking and Horsham. Both stations are in TfL Fare Zone 6. Bus services in Ewell include the 293, 406, 418, 467, 470, E5 and E16 providing links to Morden, Kingston Upon Thames and Chessington. As part of our application process, fees will become due for referencing, tenancy agreement administration and an inventory check, these will be charged in addition to the Rent and Deposit that will be payable before the tenancy starts.Please contact our Branch for full details of the fees payable before you make any decision about this property or before you decide to view this property. Our Branch staff can provide you with an explanation of how these fees are calculated, please note that the referencing fees are charged per individual and should a Guarantor be required, this would attract additional referencing fees.While every reasonable effort is made to ensure the accuracy of descriptions and content, we should make you aware of the following guidance or limitations.(1) MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS £ prospective tenants will be asked to produce identification documentation during the referencing process and we would ask for your co-operation in order that there will be no delay in agreeing a tenancy.(2) These particulars do not constitute part or all of an offer or contract.(3) The text, photographs and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive.(4) Measurements: These approximate room sizes are only intended as general guidance. You must verify the dimensions carefully to satisfy yourself of their accuracy.(5) You should make your own enquiries regarding the property, particularly in respect of furnishings to be included/excluded and what parking facilities are available.(6) Before you enter into any tenancy for one of the advertised properties, the condition and contents of the property will normally be set out in a tenancy agreement and inventory. Please make sure you carefully read and agree with the tenancy agreement and any inventory provided before signing these documents.