The property is an attractive character 1950's detached, family home which is ideally located within a residential cul de sac location within close proximity of Bookham village, local amenities and The Howard of Effingham School catchment. The well presented and flexible accommodation comprises reception hall, kitchen, dining/family room, living room with tiled fireplace, study/bedroom 4 and cloakroom. To the first floor there are three double bedrooms with excellent storage and a spacious family bathroom. The house also benefits from a tandem garage, a good size front garden and a lovely south facing rear garden. Although there has been an extension in the past, there is still potential to extend further (STPP). An internal inspection is strongly advised to fully appreciate the many fine points this house has to offer.
Meter cupboard. Tiled floor and shelves.
Security door to hallway, carpeted floor. Stairs to first floor and understairs storage cupboard. Telephone point. Doors to all rooms. Radiator.
Fitted with white sanitary ware comprising low flush WC and corner wash hand basin. Tiled floor and part tiled walls.
A south facing room with wide bay window overlooking the garden. Tiled fireplace. T.V. point. Radiator. Double glazed doors to Dining Room.
Glazed door to garden. Window to rear overlooking the garden. Long radiator.
Window to the front. Radiator. Full height storage cupboard with shelving.
Fitted with a comprehensive range of light coloures wood fronted floor units with granite effect worktops over and matching wall units including corner unit and full height pull out larder unit. Inset stainless steel one and a half bowl single drainer sink unit with mixer tap. Inset four ring gas hob. Integrated extractor hood over. Cupboard housing Worcester gas fired boiler for hot water and gas central heating with radiators. Free standing Bosch washing machine and dishwasher. Full height Siemens Fridge/Freezer. Integrated Neff Double Oven. Half height wall tiling in pale grey. Wood effect vinyl flooring. Halogen ceiling lighting.
Security back door to side terrace.
Stairs to first floor landing. Window to the front aspect. Radiator. Coved ceiling with loft hatch. The loft has a ladder, lighting and is part boarded.
A double aspect room with windows to the rear and side. Fitted with a range of wardrobe cupboards comprising two doubles and one single with hanging rails. Dressing table unit with drawers and cupboard under. Wall light fitting and double radiator.
Window to the rear overlooking the garden. Radiator. Wardrobe and dressing table unit and matching desk with drawers under.
Window to the front. Radiator.
Fitted with a teal coloured suite comprising wash hand basin, W.C., bidet and panelled bath. Aquastream shower over and shower screen. Mixer tap. Large mirror fronted storage cupboard with shelves and light over. Half tiled walls. Airing cupboard housing hot water tank with fitted immersion heater and further cupboard over.
To the front of the property a paver covered driveway and path leads to the garage and front door. The remainder of the frontage is filled with established plants and shrubs.
The rear garden is a particular feature of the property having a southerly aspect and being well secluded with mature shrubs and trees. There is a terrace at the rear of the house and pathway leading to a further paved area at the side offering access to the kitchen door and another seating area.
SITUATED in a highly convenient location within walking distance of Bookham village and close to miles of glorious open countryside. The village offers a comprehensive range of local shops and amenities including two supermarkets, a health centre, several dental surgeries, post office, public library and village hall. The area is also served by a selection of schools both independent and state run 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 to the property.
Note 3 - Council Tax Band F - Mole Valley District Council.
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