An individual detached house situated in a highly regarded residential location within the Howard of Effingham school catchment and close to Bookham Common which is looked after by the National Trust and provides acres of mature woodland with many miles of bridleways and public footpaths. We understand the house was constructed in the 1950's and occupies a large plot being L shaped with the rear garden extending to in excess of 200ft. The accommodation is in need of modernisation and decoration and there is tremendous potential for extension, if desired, subject to the usual planning consents. Properties in this location with potential are rarely available and so an early inspection is advised in order to avoid disappointment.
with courtesy light, glazed front door to:
quarry tiled floor, radiator, heating thermostat control, under stairs storage cupboard, door to rear garden, door to:
white suite comprising low level w.c., wash hand basin.
double aspect, radiator, secondary double glazed window, brick fireplace & exposed brick wall, wall light point, double doors to:
double aspect, radiator, deep quarry tiled window sill, glazed door to conservatory, sliding door to:
fitted with a range of wooden fronted wall and floor units, matching work surfaces, inset one and half bowl single drainer sink unit , mixer tap, gas cooker, fridge, deep built-in shelved cupboard, appliance space, part-tiled walls, wall mounted Glow Worm gas fired boiler for central heating and domestic hot water, extractor fan.
plumbing for washing machine, tiled floor, door to side and rear.
approached by a turning staircase with secondary double glazed window, overstairs storage cupboard, further built-in storage cupboard, access to partly boarded loft with glazed skylight window via sliding ladder, built-in airing cupboard housing lagged hot water cylinder with immersion heater, glazed ceiling panel.
max into fitted wardrobes and drawers, further fitted double wardrobe, radiator, double aspect.
max, two built-in wardrobes with cupboards above, radiator.
built-in single wardrobe, radiator.
coloured suite comprising tiled panel enclosed bath with mixer tap & shower attachment, shower rail, tiled vanity unit, inset wash hand basin, double cupboard under, low level w.c., part tiled walls, obscure glazed window, towel rail.
with swing doors, light and power, door to side.
provides off-road parking for several vehicles and access to the garage.
laid to lawn, a generous size, approximately a 69ft deep with 5 bar gate and evergreen hedge marking the boundary. To the side of the house is a paved area which leads to the rear garden.
the rear garden is an excellent size, mainly laid to lawn with paved patio and enjoys a delightful south westerly facing aspect with a mature apple tree and is partly enclosed by a 1.8m high panel fence. The garden extends to in excess of 200 ft in depth and is L shaped extending behind the neighbours garden.
SITUATED in a highly regarded residential location near Bookham Common which is looked after by the National Trust and provides acres of mature woodland with many miles of bridleways and public footpaths ideal for the horse riding or walking enthusiast. Bookham village is approximately two miles distant and offers a comprehensive range of local shops including a supermarket, a health centre, several dental surgeries, Post Office, public library and village hall. The area is also served by a selection of schools catering for all age groups, including the Howard of Effingham, Churches of various denominations and main bus routes. For commuters both Bookham and Leatherhead stations provide regular services into central London (Waterloo/Victoria). Whilst by road Junction 9 the Leatherhead intersection of the M25 links both Heathrow and Gatwick Airports and most major routes in the South-East.
Viewing Strictly By Appointment Only Through The Vendors Sole Agents Huggins Edwards & Sharp
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Note 1 - Please note domestic and electrical appliances have not been tested.
Note 2 - Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage are all connected.
Note 3 - Mole Valley District Council.
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