The property is an ATTRACTIVE, MEWS STYLE, TERRACED HOME constructed around 1996 and conveniently situated in a small, private cul-de-sac on the south side of the Village within walking distance of Bookham High Street. The accommodation is particularly spacious and comprises a large master bedroom, further second bedroom, bathroom, reception hall, cloakroom, modern fitted kitchen and a spacious lounge/dining room overlooking the rear garden. The property benefits from gas fired central heating to radiators, sealed unit double glazed windows to the rear elevation and outside there is a garage and attractive rear garden which enjoys a delightful south westerly facing aspect. FIRST TIME ON MARKET SINCE NEW and presented in excellent decorative order an internal inspection is highly recommended.
double radiator, telephone point, built in broom cupboard, wireless alarm, door to:
comprising low level w.c., wash hand basin with tiled splashback, two fitted storage cupboards, radiator, coved ceiling, obscure glazed window.
Fitted with an excellent range of modern white fronted wall and floor units having stainless steel bar handles, contrasting work surfaces, inset one and half bowl single drainer sink unit, mixer tap, built in stainless steel Neff double oven and grill, built in stainless steel eye level Neff microwave, inset 4 ring Neff ceramic hob, concealed extractor above, plumbing & space for washing machine & dishwasher, appliance space, concealed lighting, vinyl floor, recessed ceiling lights, part tiled walls, Honeywell programmer control, wall mounted Potterton gas fired boiler for central heating and domestic hot water, front aspect.
max, polished central stone fireplace with fitted electric fire, double radiator, T.V. point, built in under stairs storage cupboard, sealed unit double glazed window, sealed unit double glazed doors enjoying a delightful aspect onto the garden.
Turning open tread staircase leads to:
approached by a turning staircase, built-in airing cupboard housing lagged hot water tank with immersion heater, slatted shelves, access to insulated loft with light, smoke detector.
double radiator, coved ceiling, built in double wardrobes with hanging rail and fitted shelf, sealed unit double glazed window, rear aspect.
radiator, coved ceiling, telephone point, fitted shelves and desk unit, front aspect.
coloured suite comprising panelled enclosed bath, thermostatic Aqualisa shower unit, shower rail and curtain, fully tiled surrounding walls, low level w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, fitted mirror, light/shaver point, extractor fan, fitted medicine cabinet, vinyl floor, radiator, part tiled walls, obscure glazed window, front aspect.
situated opposite, the middle one in a block of three, of brick construction with a pitch tiled roof allowing roof storage, electric up and over door, power points.
situated in front of the property.
mainly laid to lawn with evergreen shrubs, hard surfaced footpath, gas & electric meters.
The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn and extends to approximately 36ft in depth with paved patio and outside cold water tap. The garden is enclosed by 1.8m high panel fencing with a variety of specimen shrubs and plants and enjoys a delightful south westerly facing aspect.
SITUATED in a small, highly regarded private cul-de-sac about a quarter of a mile from Bookham village and close to miles of glorious open countryside. The village offers a comprehensive range of local shops , which offers comprehensive shopping facilities including two Supermarkets, a Health Centre, several Dental Surgeries, Post Office, Public Library and Village Hall with Eastwick Park Medical Centre virtually opposite. The area is served by a selection of schools catering for all age groups, Churches of various denominations, main bus routes and Bookham and Effingham Junction main line stations provide regular services into Central London (Waterloo/Victoria). Nearby beauty spots include Polesden Lacey, Norbury Park and Box Hill. The main Town Centres of Dorking, Epsom, Kingston and Guildford are all within a 10/15 mile radius. Junction 9, the Leatherhead Intersection of the M25 links both Heathrow and Gatwick Airports and most major routes in the south-east.
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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 4 - Council Tax Band E - Mole Valley District Council.
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