Situated in a favoured location approximately half a mile from Bookham High Street and close to miles of glorious open countryside which is accessible at the end of nearby Downs road. A DETACHED CHALET STYLE HOUSE which occupies an excellent position with good size south westerly facing rear garden and offering tremendous potential for extension/enlargement, subject to the usual planning consents. The house was built we understand around 1969 and although is in need of some modernisation there is ample scope to extend at the rear or above the garage. No ongoing chain, first time on market in 45 years.
part glazed front door, courtesy light, glazed door to:
Double glazed entrance door to:
wood block floor, radiator, door to:
white suite comprising low level w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, tiled splashback, fitted mirror, radiator, sealed unit double glazed window.
a spacious double aspect room with central stone fireplace, fitted gas coal effect fire, polished wood mantel, sealed unit double glazed window, radiator, archway to dining area, triple aspect, radiator, sealed unit double glazed windows and sliding patio doors to garden.
Comprising a range of fitted wall and floor units, contrasting work surfaces, inset one & half bowl single drainer stainless steel sink unit, mixer tap, built in Creda eye level double oven & grill, inset 4 ring gas hob, concealed extractor above, plumbing and space for dishwasher and washing machine, part tiled walls, sealed unit double glazed window overlooking the garden, Worcester wall mounted gas fired combination boiler for central heating and domestic hot water (installed March 2021), timecontrol, built in shelved storage cupboard, penninsula breakfast bar, appliance space, space for dryer, tall storage cupboards & display shelves, radiator, attractive bay window, sealed unit double glazed window to front.
comprising range base units, work surfaces, inset single drainer sink unit, sealed unit double glazed window.
access to partly boarded loft with light via sliding ladder.
max, radiator, sealed unit double glazed window, built in storage cupboard,vanity unit with inset wash hand basin, cupboard under and to side, fitted mirror, light/shaver socket, rear aspect.
max, tall fitted double wardrobe with sliding mirror doors, radiator, sealed unit double glazed window, front aspect.
max, radiator, sealed unit double glazed window, rear aspect, fitted shelves.
min plus recess, double aspect, radiator, sealed unit double glazed window.
coloured suite comprising walk in bath/shower, mixer tap, pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c., separate shower cubicle with independent electric shower unit, fully tiled walls, vinyl floor, obscure sealed unit double glazed window.
light and power , up and over door.
The front garden is mainly laid to lawn with mature trees and double width tarmac driveway, pedestrian paved footpath leads down the side of the house with wrought iron gate and gives access to the rear garden.
The rear garden enjoys a delightful south westerly facing aspect and is a good size partly enclosed by 1.8m high panel fencing and brick wall with paved patio area, greenhouse, summerhouse and ample space for games cabin/office.
SITUATED on the south side of the village in a highly regarded residential cul de sac road close to miles of glorious open countryside which is accessible at the end of nearby Downs road. The village of Bookham is about 1/2 a mile 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 served by a selection of schools catering for children of all age groups in both the private and public sectors, Churches of various denominations, main bus routes and nearby Stations include Bookham, Leatherhead and Effingham Junction all of which provide regular services into Central London. 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 - Mole Valley District Council.
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