SUMMARYDESCRIPTIONBarnard Marcus are proud to present a great ground floor maisonette located within walking distance to Epsom town centre and mainline Train Station. The property consists of a good size living room with patio doors leading into the communal garden,, modern kitchen with appliances, double bedroom and bathroom with shower. The property is neutrally decorated and has plenty of storage and is offered unfurnished.Description; The Surrey market town of Epsom lies 15 miles south-west of central London on the A24 and is surrounded by miles of green belt. There is public access to commons and down land including Epsom Downs, site of the racecourse. There?s easy access to both Heathrow and Gatwick airports thanks to the M25 nearby. Families moving from south-west London get a lot more house for their money in Epsom. Epsom is known today as the home of the world?s most famous horse race. The Derby, run each year at the beginning of June on the downs outside the town, is named after Lord Derby, who in 1779 first proposed a race over one and a half miles for three-year-old fillies. That race was named after his house, The Oaks.Schools; Primary;Almost all of Epsom?s primary schools are judged £good? or better by the Ofsted education watchdog. Those judged £outstanding? are Southfield Park in Long Grove Road; the very popular Wallace Fields Infants and Juniors in Dorling Drive and Wallace Fields; Ewell Grove Infants (ages three to seven) in West Street, and West Ewell Infants (ages four to seven) in Ruxley Lane.Comprehensive and further education;There are three comprehensive schools £ one for girls, one for boys and one co-educational. Rosebery (girls, ages 11 to 18) in White Horse Drive, and Glyn (boys, ages 11 to 18) in The Kingsway both get excellent results at GCSE. Blenheim High (co-ed, ages 11 to 18) in Longmead Road. There are grammar schools in nearby Sutton and Kingston. Nescot on Reigate Road is a large further education college that is rated £good? by Ofsted.Private;Epsom College (co-ed, ages 13 to 18) in College Road is a leading private day and boarding school set in 84 acres of parkland with historic Victorian buildings. City of London Freemen?s (co-ed, ages seven to 18) in Ashtead Park is a private day and boarding school, one of three schools run by the City of London Corporation.St Christopher?s School (co-ed, ages two to seven) in Downs Road is a private nursery and pre-prep school. There are two private prep schools £ Kingswood House (girls, ages three to seven, boys ages three to 13) is in West Hill, while Downsend (ages two to 13) is spread around Ashtead, Leatherhead and Epsom, with Epsom Lodge in Norman Avenue a pre-prep taking pupils from two to six. The Cornerstone School (co-ed, ages four to 16) in West Hill is a Christian school. Ewell Castle (co-ed, ages three to 18) is an all-through private school in Church StreetGeneral Information:The busy heart of Epsom revolves around the attractive clock tower, the Ashley Centre £ a covered shopping centre £ and the market. A general market is held on Thursdays and Saturdays, while there is a farmers? market on the first Sunday of the month and a craft market on the last Sunday of the month. The Ashley Centre has a House of Fraser department store and many high street chains such as M&S, Waitrose, H&M, Next. In the High Street, Art Shop is handy for students at the art college. The bottom end of the High Street and Upper High Street are lacklustre, and for a prosperous market town, few interesting independent shops have taken root.The town has a number of chain restaurants including Pizza Express, Caf? Rouge and Ask, while Field to Fork in South Street is a brasserie specialising in local produce. There?s an Indian restaurant and also an Italian in The Derby Square in front of the Ebbisham Centre, a conference and community venue off the High Street. The Derby Arms on Epsom Downs is a popular gastropub, part of a small Surrey-based chain.Amenities for Families:There?s an Odeon cinema in the Upper High Street and the Epsom Playhouse theatre in Ashley Avenue puts on a variety of entertainment including plays, music and comedy. Bourne Hall in the centre of Ewell Village is a futuristic Seventies building that houses the local museum. Surrey is well-served for golf clubs, and those nearest to Epsom are Horton Park in Hook Road, Epsom Golf Club in Longdown Lane South, and the Royal Automobile Club in Woodcote Park. The Rainbow Leisure Centre in East Street is the local council-owned swimming pool and there are private pools at the David Lloyd club in Horton Lane and LA Fitness in Ruxley Lane.Open space: There?s plenty of walking, riding and cycling to be had thanks to the many local open spaces. Epsom Common, where the first of the spa wells was discovered, and adjoining Ashstead Common are Sites of Special Scientific Interest, lying to the west of the town centre. The Thames Down Link, a 15-mile walking route, passes across the common on its pathway between Kingston and Box Hill. Horton Country Park is a 400-acre nature reserve with a children?s farm, a horse riding centre and a golf course. Epsom Downs and the racecourse are to the south of the town centre.Rosebery Park is a popular garden park in the town centre, given to Epsom by Lord Rosebery. Nonsuch Park, a former royal hunting lodge in Ewell, was once home to Henry VIII?s most magnificent palace. The park is now dominated by a Georgian house, Nonsuch Mansion, which is a wedding venue and houses a small local museum. Chessington World of Adventures theme park is about three miles away.Trains;Trains to Epsom bring you right into the centre of this Surrey market town. In just a couple of minutes you can walk to the High Street, Ashley Shopping Centre and the town?s landmark clock tower built in 1847. A brand new development at Epsom station was completed in 2013, incorporating a larger ticket office, a supermarket, coffee shop, hotel and flats above.The average journey time into Victoria and Waterloo is just under 40 minutes.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. 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