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4 bed house

Deepdene Wood, Dorking, Surrey, RH5

THE PROPERTY PRESTIGIOUS PRIVATE SETTING....... Dene Edge built in the mid 1920's is a superb family home of great style and character, in arguably one of Dorking's premier locations. Enviably tucked away in a private road off Deepdene Wood, serving as access to just two properties, Dene Edge is in a very quiet, elevated and secluded setting with beautiful gardens. The accommodation is bright, spacious, well laid out and adaptable, depending on individual needs. The three principle receptions rooms are all of good proportions and enjoy lovely views over the property's private and mature grounds to the rear. The drawing room is a delightful and elegant room, being quadruple aspect allowing for an abundance of light, the centrepiece being a charming wood burning stove. The kitchen/breakfast room has a range of fitted kitchen furniture, incorporating appliances and complimented by granite surfaces. There is also a larder and a useful utility room. To the first floor, the master bedroom has a substantial en-suite bathroom, which has been stylishly re-fitted, whilst there are three double bedrooms and a family bathroom with a separate WC. All of the bedrooms have built-in wardrobes. The grounds are very special indeed having been meticulously kept over the years and well stocked with numerous established shrubs, plants and specimen trees, all combining to give a great degree of privacy. There is a substantial patio directly outside and running the full width of Dene Edge, making for a delightful seating area to enjoy the wonderful outlook. The gardens slope down and have an attractive path and steps, that lead down to a further brick block patio with a summerhouse. There is an enclosed front garden with the remainder being a driveway, providing parking and turning, whilst leading to the double attached garage. In all the grounds extend to about 0.63 of an acre.

4 bed detached house

Sutton PlaceAbinger Hammer, Dorking, Surrey, RH5 6RN

listed on 2019-06-21  Savills   

An attractive period house built around 80 years ago within sought after Sutton Place in the Surrey Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The house offers excellent accommodation over two levels with three spacious reception rooms and a bright, eat-in family kitchen with doors onto the delightful south facing garden. There is also a useful study, laundry room and guest WC on the ground floor. Stairs lead up to the first floor with its bright open landing, four bedrooms, including a master suite with en suite bathroom, and views towards the rolling Surrey Hills. The spacious loft is accessed by a ladder and is insulated with wooden flooring and lighting. Outside the house is approached via a driveway with parking for several cars and a detached garage. The rear garden is surrounded by high hedging and trees with a wide lawn and floral borders. A large summerhouse/studio provides further play/day space and could be created to more practical guest accommodation under any required consents.

4 bed detached house

12.5 acres, DEER LEAP Pond Head Lane, Mayes Green, Ockley, Surrey, RH5 5PN

listed on 2019-08-22  UKLandandFarms.co.uk   

A LOCATION TO BUY FOR! Detached 4 bedroom bungalow in 12.5 acres (TBV*) with extensive outbuildings, stabling and a riding arena situated in a highly desirable countryside location near to the Surrey Hills ideal for horse riding, walking and cycling and occupying an Idyllic secluded position near to the picturesque village of Walliswood. This must go to country and equestrian destination is ideal for those who enjoy the outdoor life being surrounded by rural scenery, extensive bridleways, open commons and stop off picnic sites. The property itself is well presented and offers 3/4 bedrooms and 2/3 reception rooms (subject to personal requirements of the existing layout). To the front there is ample parking and a separate access point to the outbuildings to the side and rear of the property which include a large barn, up to 10 stables, tack room, hay barn and machine store, various further timber buildings to the rear, garaging and car port and concrete dog kennels et cetera. The rear gardens are a delight with well established hedges, shrubs and flower beds plus large Koi carp fish pond. The land which has been very well maintained is set mainly to the rear of the property and is split into five good sized paddocks with five bar gate access to each with a further small area of woodland.

4 bed detached house

Ockley, Surrey

AGRICUTURAL OCCUPANCY CONDITION (AOC) The property currently has an Agricultural Occupancy Condition attached to the title. This reads as follows; The occupation of the dwelling shall be limited to a person employed, or last employed, locally in agriculture as defined in section 221 (1) of the Town and country Planning Act, 1962, in forestry or dependant of such person residing with him (but including a widow or widower of such a person) AGENTS NOTE: All parties wishing to view the property must seek independent advice on the matter of the restriction through their solicitor or a planning Consultant. LOCATION & AREA AWARENESS Situated close to the beautiful Surrey Hills the property is located in a delightful rural setting surrounded by miles of open countryside and within close proximity to the sought after village of Walliswood with it's popular village inn The Scarlett Arms which is a wonderful country pub, even serving drinks on trays to horseriders! The nearby larger village of Cranleigh includes a health centre, library, leisure centre, arts centre and wide range of shops, including M&S 'Simply Food', butcher, fishmonger and two independent department stores. The towns of Dorking, Guildford and Horsham offer a more comprehensive range of amenities and access to the M25. For rail links into London there are several options with Ockley station about 2.9 miles, Holmwood around 4.4 miles and Warnham around 4.6 miles. There are a number of good schools in the area, in both the state and private sector, including, Duke of Kent, Farlington, Hurtwood House & Cranleigh. For golfers the Dorking Golf Club & Gatton Manor Golf & Country Club are nearby. The location is very popular for those with equestrian Interests with The Surrey Hills a must go to destination for those who enjoy hacking out with the area offering truly outstanding scenery, extensive rights of way, open commons, sunken lanes, easy access for horse boxes and stop off picnic sites. For more competitive riders there are equestrian centres at Great Bookham, Parwood, Sands Farm and Pacheson all within reasonable driving distance. For horse racing enthusiasts the well known venues of Epsom, Ascot and Sandown Park are within easy driving distance with Polo at Hurtwood House, Ham and Windsor. ACCOMMODATION Refer to the floor plan enclosed within the sale brochure or on line. The property is set over one floor and was extended by the current owner in recent years. The accommodation now totals 1429 sqft and offers a certain amount of flexibility as one reception room is currently used as a TV/reading room but could be used to make a single 4th bedroom. The whole is well presented and maintained. To the side of the property there is a small utility room accessed via an outside door with the boiler and a further work surface and sink. The accommodation in outline/features; Reception HALL leading to a further INNER HALL with doors leading off. TV / single BEDROOM 4. DING ROOM with a window facing the font drive and a feature fireplace with mantle and hearth. A country KITCHEN with assortment of base units and space for a Range Cooker recessed into the wall with tiles surrounds further hot water cupboard, space for dishwasher etc. Large SITTING ROOM accessed off the dining room or the inner corridor from BEDROOM 1 - with large sitting area and double door opening out to the fabulous gardens; EN-SUITE BATHROOM with clawed feet bath. BEDROOM 2 - with large built in wardrobes. BEDROOM 3 - with built in wardrobes. Separate WC. family SHOWER ROOM with wash hand basin. EQUESTRIAN FACILITIES & OUTBUILDINGS Refer to the plan enclosed or on line. In addition to the buildings and stables there are a number of other buildings/stores; MACHINE STORE - CAR PORT - DOUBLE GARAGE on the left as you enter the drive on the left. A large POLE BARN to the rear of the main stables Assorted TIMBER buildings to the rear and side of the property. MAIN BARN - timber framed with bark surface . This barn is used during the winter months for the horses to 'run loose'. Currently the owner also uses it for further machine storage. OUTDOOR ARENA - approx. 18M x 37M sand surface and located close to the equestrian facilities. DOG KENNELS - to the side of the property there are 3 kennels of concrete construction with high chain link fencing and runs to and from each. Also at the end of the kernels there is a brick built WC and wash hand basin. The FEED STORE also has water and plumbing installed for washing facilities. LAND & GROUNDS The whole sits in approximately 12.5 acres (*TBV) and includes some woodland to the boundaries. Water is laid on to the paddocks. AGENTS NOTE: There is a public footpath which runs along the side of one field and to the side of the outdoor arena area. The acreage stated at the property is *TBV (To Be Verified), which means that the land has not been formally measured by Equus and or its sellers/clients. A Title Plan from Land Registry will have been acquired, where available, showing the boundary and acreage. Otherwise, an online measuring tool will have been used to check the acreage where possible. Interested applicants/buyers are advised that if they have any doubts as to the plot size and wish to have verification of the exact area of the entire plot, they will be required to make their own arrangements, at their own cost, by appointing the services of an accredited company who can measure the area for a compliant Land Registry Title Plan. SPORTING & MINERAL RIGHTS: The sporting and mineral rights are included in the sale so far as they are owned or exist. RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS: The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all restrictive covenants, both public and private, whether mentioned in these or not. WAYLEAVES, EASEMENTS & RIGHTS OF WAY: The property is sold subject to all Rights of Way, public and private, which may affect the property. HELPFUL WEBSITES We recommend that you visit the local authority website pertaining to the property you are interested in buying for all the planning consents / restrictions / history and the following websites for more helpful information about the property and surrounding local area before proceeding in a purchase: www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk - www.homecheck.co.uk www.floodrisk.co.uk - www.environment-agency.gov.uk www.landregistry.gov.uk, www.homeoffice.gov.uk, www.ukradon.org SERVICES & OUTGOINGS TENURE: Freehold LOCAL AUTHORITY: Mole Valley Authority SERVICES: LPG gas. Mains water. Private drains. TAX BAND: F EPC RATING: F 33/68 OUTBUILDING/S SERVICES: Water and electricity connected to the main supply. VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS All Viewings are strictly by Appointment with the Vendors Agent Equus Country & Equestrian, South East/South West T: 01483 866035 E: sales@equusproperty.co.uk W: www.equusproperty.co.uk DISCLAIMER: All prospective buyers view all properties for sale with Equus International Property Ltd at their own risk and neither the Agents, Joint Agents nor the Sellers take responsibility for any damage or injury however caused to themselves or personal belongings or property. By viewing a property with Equus you accept this disclaimer. If inspecting the outbuildings, equestrian facilities or any other building within the grounds you must wear appropriate clothing and footwear and children must be either left in the car or supervised at all times. Livestock should not be touched and all gates left shut or closed after use. DIRECTIONS Travelling on the Horsham Road thorough the village of Walliswood, Pond head Lane is on the left. Proceed up the lane for around 120 metres and the property will be found on the left on a right hand bend with the name plaque to the right of the entrance.

4 bed house

Walliswood

listed on 2019-05-21  Curchods   

Summary A beautifully presented four bedroom country home with plenty of character in an idyllic setting, occupying an enviable location within open countryside, and situated within the heart of this sought after rural village. EPC Rating E Key Features Fabulous entrance through front garden to traditional porch, drawing you into welcoming hallway benefitting from slate tile floor which continues through the kitchen, cloakroom and utility room. Traditional sitting room in contemporary style with double aspect, featuring wonderful arched windows to the front and a focal point working fireplace with stone surround and hearth. Family room, again enjoying striking arched windows to the front and a working fireplace with stone surround. Gorgeous modern country style kitchen including cream wooden fronted units, wooden surfaces, butler's sink, integrated appliances, further exquisite windows plus a stable door to patio. Elegant double aspect master bedroom with garden views through arched windows, built-in wardrobe and contemporary ensuite shower room with white suite. Three further good sized bedrooms, two featuring stone fireplaces, two with built-in wardrobes and all benefitting from recently refurbished contemporary family bathroom. The secluded rear garden enjoys views to trees and fields beyond, a flagstone patio across the back of the house with steps up to the lawn, mature shrubs and trees plus summerhouse and shed. Gated, shared gravelled drive leading to plenty of private parking at rear with gate to garden. There is also side access to rear from front garden with log store. Floor Plan Close Location Walliswood is situated at the foot of the beautiful Surrey Hills, providing miles of open countryside ideal for walking, cycling and horse riding. The popular Scarlett Arms is a wonderful country pub, even serving drinks on trays to horseriders! The nearby larger village of Cranleigh includes a health centre, library, leisure centre, arts centre and wide range of shops, including MandS 'Simply Food', butcher, fishmonger and two independent department stores. The market towns of Dorking and Guildford offer more comprehensive ranges of amenities, and access to the M25 and mainline trains into London.. Schools

4 bed house

Walliswood, Dorking, Surrey, RH5

listed on 2019-03-27  White and Sons   

QUINTESSENTIAL ENGLISH VICTORIAN HOME. Many character features. BEAUTIFUL GARDENS. Approx 0.45 of an acre. Parking. CENTRAL VILLAGE LOCATION. Dorking 10 miles approx, Horsham 8 miles approx, Cranleigh 4.5 miles approx. A stunning four bedroom former Victorian school house presented to an exceptionally high standard throughout and located in the heart of Walliswood village. This quintessential English home has mellow stone elevations under a clay tiled roof and relieved by timber frame windows. The current owners have progressively refurbished the property over the years and invested much time in the beautiful gardens. The accommodation comprises a large entrance hall, sitting room, a family room and kitchen/breakfast room with a well fitted range of base and wall mounted fitted cupboards and drawers. In addition there is a utility room with door onto the garden and a downstairs cloakroom. On the first floor there is a master bedroom with en suite shower room, three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The property is approached via a gravel pathway framed by two areas of well-kept lawns. The rear garden in our opinion is a particular feature of the property with a wide terrace adjoining the kitchen/breakfast room and steps leading up to the lawn. The gardens are approximately 0.45 of an acre and are predominantly laid to lawn with a range of flower and shrub borders. Hedging defines the boundaries on two sides offering a high degree of privacy and at the rear there is a lovely open outlook over fields. There is a further seating area at the end of the garden, a summerhouse and garden shed. A gravel driveway serves the property and its neighbour and there is ample parking on a gravel turning area. There is space for a double garage, however this would require planning permission. An internal viewing is thoroughly recommended to fully appreciate this wonderful home. SERVICES Mains electricity, water and cesspit drainage, gas fired central heating LOCAL AUTHORITY Mole Valley District Council ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING Current 48 - E Potential 55 - D Key Features Walliswood, Dorking, Surrey, RH5 Former Victorian School House Four Bedrooms Two Bathrooms Two Reception Rooms Kitchen/Breakfast Room Many Character Features Stunning Gardens Beautiful Views Central Village Location Viewing Highly Recommended Download (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = '//connect.facebook.net/en_GB/sdk.js#xfbml=1&version=v2.0'; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk')); !function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0],p=/^http:/.test(d.location)?'http':'https';if(!d.getElementById(id)){js=d.createElement(s);js.id=id;js.src=p+'://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js';fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);}}(document, 'script', 'twitter-wjs'); {lang: 'en-GB'}

4 bed house

Walliswood

listed on 2019-07-18  Burns and Webber   

Summary A beautifully presented four bedroom country home with plenty of character in an idyllic setting, occupying an enviable location within open countryside, and situated within the heart of this sought after rural village. EPC Rating E Key Features Fabulous entrance through front garden to traditional porch, drawing you into welcoming hallway benefitting from slate tile floor which continues through the kitchen, cloakroom and utility room. Traditional sitting room in contemporary style with double aspect, featuring wonderful arched windows to the front and a focal point working fireplace with stone surround and hearth. Family room, again enjoying striking arched windows to the front and a working fireplace with stone surround. Gorgeous modern country style kitchen including cream wooden fronted units, wooden surfaces, butler's sink, integrated appliances, further exquisite windows plus a stable door to patio. Elegant double aspect master bedroom with garden views through arched windows, built-in wardrobe and contemporary ensuite shower room with white suite. Three further good sized bedrooms, two featuring stone fireplaces, two with built-in wardrobes and all benefitting from recently refurbished contemporary family bathroom. The secluded rear garden enjoys views to trees and fields beyond, a flagstone patio across the back of the house with steps up to the lawn, mature shrubs and trees plus summerhouse and shed. Gated, shared gravelled drive leading to plenty of private parking at rear with gate to garden. There is also side access to rear from front garden with log store. Floor Plan Close Location Walliswood is situated at the foot of the beautiful Surrey Hills, providing miles of open countryside ideal for walking, cycling and horse riding. The popular Scarlett Arms is a wonderful country pub, even serving drinks on trays to horseriders! The nearby larger village of Cranleigh includes a health centre, library, leisure centre, arts centre and wide range of shops, including MandS 'Simply Food', butcher, fishmonger and two independent department stores. The market towns of Dorking and Guildford offer more comprehensive ranges of amenities, and access to the M25 and mainline trains into London.. Schools

4 bed detached house

Westhumble Street, Westhumble, Dorking, Surrey

listed on 2019-09-29  Cubitt & West   

Key features PropertyCode-v2 What the owner says I bought this house around 20 years ago mainly due to its convenient location and it being so close to the station. Since living here I have added the conservatory, fitted a new kitchen and a new boiler and have redecorated. It's been a great place to live with stunning views across to Boxhill and having lovely countryside right on our doorstep has been wonderful. I am now looking to downsize and will be moving out of the area but I know that the new owners will love living here as much as I have. Property details If you're looking for a detached home in a sought-after village location then this could be what you have been searching for. Built just over 20 years ago it is ideal for family living and though it is ready to move straight into it also offers plenty of opportunity for you to put your own stamp on it and really make it your own. This home has lots of kerb appeal and with wrap around gardens has plenty of privacy. The bright and light lounge is a fantastic place for relaxing and, opening onto the conservatory, is a great space for entertaining. With a second reception room (currently used as a bedroom) this is ideal if you work from home and need your own study or perhaps a playroom to keep the children's toys out of sight. With a good size kitchen/diner you can make the most of entertaining family and friends and can keep up with the conversation as everyone is seated at the table while you are preparing the meal. Upstairs there are four good size bedrooms, all with built in wardrobes so plenty of space if guests come to stay or for a growing family. With a family bathroom, ensuite shower room and downstairs cloakroom queues in the morning will be a thing of the past! In warmer months the garden really comes into its own. With a large lawn there is plenty of space for the children to run around and if you're green fingered you will be in your element with ample room to grow your own. With a detached double garage and driveway this home really does have it all so make sure to book that viewing today. The information provided about this property does not constitute or form part of an offer or contract, nor may be it be regarded as representations. All interested parties must verify accuracy and your solicitor must verify tenure/lease information, fixtures & fittings and, where the property has been extended/converted, planning/building regulation consents. All dimensions are approximate and quoted for guidance only as are floor plans which are not to scale and their accuracy cannot be confirmed. Reference to appliances and/or services does not imply that they are necessarily in working order or fit for the purpose.

4 bed detached house

Surrey, RH5

listed on 2019-04-21  CountryWide   

A rare opportunity to purchase this detached house on the outskirts of Dorking opposite Denbies Vineyard. This unique Grade II listed property is Georgian with part Elizabethan-style additions and has a rich and colourful history including being a public house. This unique home has adaptable accommodation having been been used by two families but would be an ideal family home. This is really a house with two very distinctive characters. The Georgian side of the house has a lovely light sitting room with Adams style open fireplace, family room, kitchen with doors to the outside and downstairs to a cellar with two rooms, the larger of which has been used as a good sized dining room by the current owners, the smaller used for storage. On the first floor there are two bedrooms, cloakroom and family bathroom. The Elizabethan-style part of the home has a magnificent hall style drawing room and family room with a wealth of period features including oak beams, wood panelling and log burning stove. There is a kitchen/breakfast room, bathroom and two bedrooms. Situation The property is situated on the outskirts of Dorking opposite the famous Denbies vineyard. Dorking mainline station is a short distance away offering services to Waterloo and Victoria. Much of the surrounding countryside is owned by The National Trust and there are many lovely walks, including the North Downs Way closeby. Dorking and Leatherhead town centres, with their excellent shopping and recreational facilities, are within easy reach of the A24. Both the Burford Bridge Hotel and the Stepping Stones public house are within walking distance of the property as is Boxhill, famous for its lovely walks and cycling (since its inclusion in the Olympics). Outside The well enclosed gardens are about half an acre and are mainly laid to lawns with numerous beds and borders and a brick paved courtyard with a parterre. There is a pretty lily pond and arbour as well as numerous shrubs and specimen trees. The gardens are accessed from both sides of the property giving vehiclar access and ample parking with garage and car port. Entrance Hall Drawing Room Sitting Room Family Room Breakfast Room Two Kitchens Bathroom Four Bedrooms Second Bathroom Separate WC Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate

4 bed house

Forest Green

Converted barn with classic floor to ceiling windows featuring modern living but with style and character. Four bedrooms, Two bathrooms and a manageable courtyard style garden with garage and parking. Vacant possession. ALSO AVAILABLE TO RENT £3,000 PCM SITUATION Forest Green is a small village at the base of the 'Surrey Hills' between the larger villages of Ockley, Ewhurst and Cranleigh. It is surrounded by arguably some of the best walking and riding countryside in the south east. Forest Green itself has an excellent gastro pub 'The Parrot' and a farm shop providing an excellent range of day to day products and local produce. Forest Green also has a village church, village hall and forge whilst the larger villages of Ockley and Ewhurst are both 3 miles distant approximately offering village shops and village primary schools and there is a train station in Ockley with services to London and the coast. The village of Cranleigh and towns of Dorking and Horsham offer a range of high street shopping and leisure facilities and schools for all ages. - Leith Hill 2.4 miles - Holmbury St Mary 2.3 miles - Dorking 7.3 miles - Guildford 12.4 miles - Central London 38.6 miles - - Holmwood 5.6 miles (London Waterloo from 61 mins) - Dorking 9.4 miles (London Waterloo/Victoria 54 min) - M25 (junction 10) 13.2 miles - London Heathrow 26.9 miles - London Gatwick 13.9 miles - (All distances and times are approximate)

4 bed detached house

Ockley

THIS PROPERTY IS DISCREETLY MARKETED & WILL NOT BE VISIBLE IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN. A character detached double fronted family home believed to date to 1910-1915 which over the last few years has undergone major transformation and refurbishment to provide modern accommodation that would suit any growing family looking for a home with charm and style that is situated in a rural, yet accessible location. The property is approached via a larger than expected entrance hall with natural wood floors and doors leading to a large cloakroom with stone effect tiled floor. The kitchen-dining room is an exceptional space being open plan yet still providing the feel of two distinct areas. The kitchen area has been comprehensively fitted with a modern range of timeless Oak floor and wall mounted units with wrought iron furniture, fitted appliances such as a gas fired AGA, and double fridge freezer, all complimented with black granite work tops, down lighters and a tiled floor that continues through to the dining area providing ample space for a good sized table and chairs. Two separate open doorways lead to a wonderful formal sitting room which has been designed to maximise light and the views over the gardens, with traditional Georgian style doors enhanced with a large ceiling fan light and finished with a feature contemporary fire place and mellow wood floors. The play room and study offer a versatile arrangement depending on requirements and could easily be used as they are, or changed for formal dining etc. There is a good 1st floor landing space flooded with light front the ceiling skylight. Natural timber doors lead to four good sized bedrooms. The master of which enjoys views to the rear complete with a well designed en-suite wet room with twin Velux windows. The family bathroom has been fitted to a quality modern standard with low level WC, basin, traditional bath and separate shower cubicle finished with chrome furniture and traditional tongue and groove panelling. Outside: Access from both sides lead to the rear gardens which are well stocked and maintained, comprising a Horsham stone patio with large lawn areas edged and shaped with a variety of specimen shrubs and bushes and vegetable garden to the rear. There is a large lined home office/garden room with veranda that looks towards the open views over countryside. The gardens as a whole are enclosed and provide a great deal of privacy. Parking & Garage: There is a modern double open bay Oak garage with pitched roof and further secure storage area. Gravel parking is provided for several vehicles which leads onto further gardens areas with mature oak trees giving a wooded feel. Potential Opportunities: The property has been refurbished to a high standard and is well presented throughout with modern floor coverings and general decoration, renewed/updated plumbing, central heating, wiring and windows/doors. Energy Performance Rating - C

4 bed detached house

Forest Green, Surrey

New detached house situated in a desirable location with pleasant wrap around gardens and character features, such as open plan living and fireplaces. SITUATION Forest Green is a small village at the base of the 'Surrey Hills' between the larger villages of Ockley, Ewhurst and Cranleigh. It is surrounded by arguably some of the best walking and riding countryside in the south east. Forest Green itself has an excellent gastro pub 'The Parrot' and a farm shop providing an excellent range of day to day products and local produce. Forest Green also has a village church, village hall and forge whilst the larger villages of Ockley and Ewhurst are both 3 miles distant approximately offering village shops and village primary schools and there is a train station in Ockley with services to London and the coast. The village of Cranleigh and towns of Dorking and Horsham offer a range of high street shopping and leisure facilities and schools for all ages. - Leith Hill 2.4 miles - Holmbury St Mary 2.3 miles - Dorking 7.3 miles - Guildford 12.4 miles - Central London 38.6 miles - Holmwood 5.6 miles (London Waterloo from 61 mins) - Dorking 9.4 miles (London Waterloo/Victoria 54 min) - M25 (junction 10) 13.2 miles - London Heathrow 26.9 miles - London Gatwick 13.9 miles - (All distances and times are approximate)

4 bed detached house

Abinger Hammer, Surrey

SURREY HILLS - Situated in a quiet no-through side road among similar character detached homes lies this well presented and extended home with good sized elevated gardens & views, integral double garage that could be easily converted into accommodation/annex if required and ample parking for several vehicles. ~ Entrance Hall ~ Cloakroom ~Sitting Room ~ Dining Room ~ Kitchen ~ Utility ~ Home Office ~ Master Bedroom & En-suite ~ Three Further Bedrooms ~ Family Bathroom ~ Integral Double Garage ~ Large Landscaped Gardens with Views Over Countryside ~ Parking for Several Vehicles A superb character 1930's detached family home situated in a quiet elevated position with commanding views over surrounding countryside. Over the years the property has been greatly enhanced and extended to suit the requirement of any growing family. There are three good sized reception rooms, modern fitted kitchen and appliances with a separate utility room and cloakroom. The first floor features a character split stairway, with the master bedroom boasting a large en suite shower room with three further double bedrooms and a modern white family bathroom. LOCATION: Surrey Hills & Forest Green The four areas that make up the Hurtwood cover a total of 3,000 acres south of the A25 at Shere. These tracts of high ground were traditionally forested and the largest area stretches from Peaslake to Holmbury St Mary and includes Holmbury Hill with its Iron Age Hill Fort. Between Peaslake, Ewhurst and Cranleigh, is the area including Pitch Hill and Reynards Hill, Winterfold. Blackheath and Farley Heath, including the Roman Temple, make up the third area and Shere Heath at Little London completes the territories of the Hurtwood. Dorking is a picturesque Surrey market town nestled at the foot of the North Downs. Steeped in history, much of the original character of the town centre has survived, whilst also accommodating an excellent range of amenities such as Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury's and Waitrose. There is a variety of traditional pubs, bars and restaurants that cater for all tastes and occasions. The Dorking Leisure Centre with swimming pool, Cinema, Theatre and a number of golf courses cater for recreation. To the northeast of the town, the River Mole cuts a steep-sided valley through the North Downs. The left bank is home to Denbies Vineyard, the largest vineyard in the UK; whilst Britains first Country Park, Box Hill, is on the right bank. These rolling hills interspersed with wild orchids are owned by The National Trust and provided the stunning backdrop for a major sector of the 2012 Olympic cycle road race. The famous cobbled High Street of Guildford is only a short distance away by car. Guildford is Surrey's county town. Natural surroundings, historic landmarks and cultural heritage ensure this bustling centre maintains its relaxed and rural charm. Surrounded by the beautiful Surrey Hills and on the banks of the picturesque River Wey, Guildford enjoys a unique combination of sophisticated, vibrant town life and relaxed country living. With a charming cobbled High Street, Guildford offers a mixture of retail therapy, historic buildings, parks and tranquil riverside walks. It is truly a special place to call home. From malls to side streets and walkways, cafés, bars, restaurants and independent boutiques thrive alongside major department stores and high street brands. Special Attention: A holding deposit of £500 will be required to reserve this property. For terms and conditions please contact the office prior to making an offer.

4 bed house

Burney Road WesthumbleDorking RH5 6AX

listed on 2019-04-21  John Wadsworth   

SPACIOUS HALL WITH SHOWER ROOM - CUPBOARDS & DOOR TO GARAGE GOOD SIZE SITTING ROOM WITH DOUBLE DOORS LEADING TO PATIO KITCHEN LEADING TO DINING ROOM WITH SKYLIGHT & PATIO DOORS ATTRACTIVE WOOD STAIRCASE LEADING TO LANDING 19'9 DOUBLE ASPECT LARGE MASTER BEDROOM (COULD BE DIVIDED TO CREATE BEDROOM 4) DOUBLE BEDROOM 2 WITH FITTED WARDROBES & VIEWS DOUBLE BEDROOM 3 WITH VIEWS FAMILY BATHROOM BEAUTIFUL WEST FACING GARDENS WITH VIEWS OVER PROTECTED FIELDS GARAGE WITH WORKSHOP TO ONE END - DRIVEWAY PARKING A spacious extended three bedroom property with wide-ranging vistas over protected National Trust farmland. Offering potential to up-date and make a unique family home, could be adapted to provide four bedrooms. Set in a private road in the desirable hamlet of Westhumble. Spacious entrance hall with plenty of storage space, shower room and access to the garage. Good size double aspect sitting room with double doors leading to the delightful gardens. Kitchen with wide opening leading to the light airy dining room and double doors onto the patio, providing an ideal space for al fresco dining with superb views. Wooden staircase leading to large double aspect master bedroom with picture window affording stunning views across to Ranmore. This room could be divided into two rooms. Two further double bedrooms with views, bedroom two with fitted wardrobes. Bathroom and separate W.C. The sunny west facing gardens are a fabulous feature of this property, backing onto fields with superb views. There is a good size patio and side access. Garage with window and workshop area to one end and driveway parking. SCOPE FOR FURTHER EXTENSION - SUBJECT TO USUAL PLANNING CONSENT.

4 bed semi-detached house

Dorking, Surrey, RH5

listed on 2019-09-21  CountryWide   

This attractive semi-detached Victorian property is well suited to family life and benefits from a flexible layout, presented in a good condition and arranged over two floors with accommodation of good proportions and mostly neutral décor. Access from a side door, the accommodation comprises a 23ft living room with two fireplaces (one open, one with a log burner), a study and boot room. The living space has been extended to include a stunning open plan kitchen/dining room, cloakroom/shower rioom and family room with bifold doors opening to the garden. The kitchen is a particular highlight, with its impressive vaulted ceiling with Velux windows providing excellent natural light. There is ample space for day-to-day dining and entertaining and counter space including a sizeable central island with gas hob and boiling water tap. There are a number of fitted appliances including a coffee machine, a fridge, freezer and dishwasher, with an adjacent utility room. On the first floor are four bedrooms, three with fitted wardrobes. This includes the master bedroom which has an en suite shower-room. A family bathroom completes the accommodation. Situation The property is situated down a small private road just off a country lane in the village of Westhumble, which lies between the towns of Dorking and Leatherhead at the base of Box Hill and is an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, much of which is owned by the National Trust. Within walking distance are many country walks plus the Stepping Stones gastropub and Denbies Wine Estate, while Dorking is 1.8 miles south and offers a variety of high street and independent shops, theatre, cinema, swimming pool and sports centre and three railway stations, though Westhumble and Boxhill Station is walkable (0.2 miles) and provides direct rail links to London Victoria & Waterloo. Within easy reach is the A24 leading to the M25 and connections to Heathrow and Gatwick airports. Within 0.25 of a mile, London’s 465 bus route to Kingston via Surbiton mainline where Wimbledon is reached in 7 minutes. Ideally located in for good state schools including Ashcombe secondary school and St Martin’s Primary school. The nearby village of Mickleham has St Michael’s infant school/nursery. Outside With views to Box Hill from the front, the property is set back behind a beautifully maintained front garden with flowerbeds and shrubs, lawn and a gravel drive providing ample parking. A five-bar gate leads to a parking area to the side where there is a front door and access to the westerly rear garden with an extensive lawn area enclosed by wooden panel fencing and tall hedges, with a number of specimen trees to the rear where there is a raised terrace affording views towards Box Hill. Adjacent to the house there is an expansive paved patio with doors opening from the family room and kitchen, creating an indoor-outdoor entertaining space. There is a bespoke large shed useful for bikes and gardening equipment. 4 bedrooms 3 bath/shower rooms (1 en suite) living room family room open plan kitchen/dining room study cloakroom/shower room boot room garden driveway parking Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate

4 bed semi-detached house

Surrey, RH5

listed on 2019-07-14  CountryWide   

A delightful 1920s semi-detached house having been sympathetically updated over the years to offer well-presented and proportioned accommodation while retaining many of its charming original features. The property was originally part of the Guinness estate and was used as a butler’s cottage, which explains the wealth of character especially in the top-floor family room where there is an impressive brick chimney breast and oak-framed vaulted ceiling with magnificent views to the South Downs. Externally the tile-hung elevations are relieved by oak-framed leaded windows and throughout the property there are beautiful examples of oak joinery. The ground floor enjoys a spacious layout with a sitting room including a log burning stove, a kitchen/dining room with open fire and a welcoming entrance hall. The three bedrooms are arranged together on the first floor, two with fitted storage, and benefit from lovely views across the surrounding countryside and gardens. There is also a master bathroom with integrated bath. Situation The property is located on the outskirts of the pretty village of Holmbury St Mary nestling in the lovely Surrey Hills. In the village there are two pubs with surrounding countryside adjoining the wonderful Hurtwood Common. The nearby village of Abinger Hammer has a local shop and Kingfisher Farm shop for most everyday items. Belmont and Hurtwood House Schools are nearby, as is Abinger Common Primary School. The towns of Dorking to the east and Guildford to the west are readily accessed via the A25, providing comprehensive shopping and leisure facilities. Train services are available to London from both towns. There is also a station at Gomshall with services from Reading to Tonbridge. The M25 can be accessed at Leatherhead (Junction 9) or Guildford (Junction 10). Outside There is off-road parking to the side of the property within a gravel driveway, with parking for several cars in front of and adjacent to a concrete car port. Further outbuildings include a tool shed and a wooden summerhouse. The delightful cottage garden is arranged over several tiers and features a lower level patio area with a pergola over shaded by climbers, areas of lawn with a built-in barbecue, a well and a huge variety of well-established plants and trees. A gate at the rear of the garden provides access to an area of land with a right of way to walkers. Planning permission has been obtained for a detached double barn-style garage with room above (now expired). Kitchen/ Dining Room Living Room 3 Bedrooms Bathroom Study/ Family Room/ Additional Bedroom Tool Shed Carport Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate

4 bed detached house

Wonderful family home with delightful garden

A beautifully presented four double bedroom detached family house offering over 1800 sq ft of bright, spacious, flexible accommodation with a delightful garden, private driveway and potential to extend STPP. Situated along the highly sought after private road 'Bentsbrook Park' in the pretty village of North Holmwood just a short distance away from excellent schools, local amenities, train stations and wonderful open countryside. As soon as you step through the front door you enter into the porch where you are met with the warm, welcoming feel this wonderful family home offers further providing useful storage for coats and shoes. Through the front door, you enter into the spacious hallway which in turn provides access to all the ground floor accommodation, stairs to the first floor and excellent extra tucked away space which could be used as a study if desired. Flowing through French doors is the impressive triple aspect living/dining room which has been designed to be the heart of the home offering plenty of space for a dining table and chairs as well as a large three piece suite, perfect for entertaining family or friends. This is a lovely bright space thanks to the large windows and doors opening out into the garden allowing plenty of natural light to flood in, further benefiting from a newly fitted log burner creating a warm, cosy ambience. Next is the kitchen which has been fitted with an array of floor to ceiling units complemented by ample work tops space, room for all the expected appliances, breakfast bar and door into the back garden. The ground floor master bedroom is an excellent 15'3 x 11'6 ft with bay window and built in wardrobes further benefitting from its own private en suite shower room with underfloor heating. Finishing off the downstairs is the second bedroom which is another excellent double with built in wardrobes and its own very useful shower room, with the downstairs cloakroom just across the hall. From the hallway, stairs rise up to the first floor landing with large Velux window allowing lots of natural light to shine through and provides access to all the upstairs accommodation. Bedroom three is a fantastic 17'7 x 17'0 ft triple aspect double room with bedroom four being another superb double with dual aspect windows and access to the eaves. Both sharing the upstairs family bedroom completed with a modern white suite. Workshop 20'6 x 9'5 sq ft In addition, another excellent bonus is the useful workshop, offering power and lighting would could alternatively be transformed into a home office or extended into further living accommodation STPP. Outside Towards the front of the property, there is a pretty wall enclosed front garden which wraps is way around the side of the house with several fruit trees as well as a private driveway offering off-road parking for several cars and the detached garage. The tranquil back garden is yet another wonderful benefit to this home including an extensive area of lawn as well as a generous area of patio providing the perfect place for al fresco dining or simply just for enjoying on a warm summer's day. Through a selection of cleverly positioned foliage covered trellises you can access the side garden which in turn leads through to the front of the property. Over a number of years, the owners have put in many hours creating a beautifully serene environment with an inviting array of trees, shrubs and well stocked flower beds. Location North Holmwood offers a local shop, village green with pond overlooked by St John's Church, local school and Holmwood Common. Dorking town centre is under two miles to the North and offers comprehensive shopping and recreational facilities, as well as a mainline train station (London Victoria and London Waterloo in 54 minutes). There are good road connections to London and the south coast, whilst the M25 motorway (Junction 9) is within 10 miles, giving access to Heathrow Airport. Gatwick Airport lies approximately 10 miles to the south. Surrounding the village there is miles of open countryside including the outstanding North Downs, Box Hill and Ranmore Common, which are ideal for walking and riding enthusiasts. VIEWING - Strictly by appointment through Seymours Estate Agents, 27 South Street, Dorking, RH4 2JZ. FIXTURES AND FITTINGS - We have not carried out a detailed survey, nor tested the appliances, mechanical or electrical fittings

4 bed semi-detached house

Hurtbank Cottages, Holmbury St. Mary, Dorking, RH5

THE PROPERTY CHARMING COTTAGE WITH BEAUTIFUL GARDENS IN A WONDERFUL LOCATION IN THE HEART OF THE SURREY HILLS ............. The Hollies is a charming semi detached cottage situated in the very heart of Holmbury St Mary village high up in the Surrey Hills at the foot of Holmbury Hill. The property was originally built in the 1920s and is in very good decorative order throughout having been extended and modernised over the years. The split-level accommodation is spacious and flexible, arranged over four levels and the outside space generous with private parking for many cars. As you arrive through the entrance hall there is a double aspect dining room to the left hand side with doors leading to a patio area. On the other side of the dining room is an attractive and characterful sitting room with open fire and real wood flooring. From the sitting room, you proceed up a few steps to a useful open study area. To the left hand side is the newly upgraded kitchen/breakfast room. All appliances are integrated including fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave, double oven and wine chiller. There are a range of excellent wall and base units with quartz worktop and attractive Italian tiled flooring. Double doors lead from this room out onto a west facing patio, perfect for outside dining. Also on this floor is a spacious, newly fitted and fully Italian tiled bathroom with enclosed utility cupboard. Upstairs is the master bedroom with lovely views over the village and a built in cupboard. There is a further double bedroom and tiled shower room on this floor. You then proceed upstairs, where two further double bedrooms can be found with an en-suite shower room. Outside to the side of the house are two very attractive patio areas, perfect for enjoying the afternoon and evening sun. The rear garden is generous in size with steps leading from the patio to a lawn, which in turn, leads up to further garden and private gate access onto The Hurtwood. To the front is a large driveway providing parking for several cars.

4 bed detached house

OKEWOOD HILL, DORKING

An attractive detached four bedroom, three bathroom family home situated in mature well maintained gardens with double detached garage and office above. The property is approached via twin automated gates which lead to a large paved driveway and onto the detached double garage complete with internal stair leading to a home office above. The gardens are a particular feature, superbly stocked and maintained with strategically placed lighting and a feature breeze house. Over the years the property itself has been well cared for and maintained to provide bright and flexible accommodation. There are two bedrooms on the first floor along with a super-sized bathroom with twin sinks and jacuzzi bath. On the ground floor there are two further bedrooms and bathroom with separate cloakroom. The sitting room has a fire place and is double aspect with corner views of the gardens, whilst the dining room features a fireplace also. The kitchen has been comprehensively fitted with a good range on bas and wall cupboards with a breakfast area and a further separate utility room with access to the garden. There is a large inner hall which combines a study with fitted oak shelving and desk space with a stunning matching oak stairway to the first floor. The home is situated in a rural yet not isolated location with attractive countryside views to the front. LOCATION: Cranleigh is reputedly the largest village in England and is mentioned in the Doomsday Book. It is situated 8 miles south east of Godalming in Surrey and lies to the east of the A281 which links Guildford with Horsham; neighbouring villages include: Ewhurst, Dunsfold, Alfold and Hascombe. Cranleigh is a thriving community which is very popular with families and boasts a good selection of shopping and leisure facilities, with chain stores such as Marks and Spencer Simply Foods, Sainsburys, Boots, Co-op and WH Smiths together with many independent retailers, pubs, hairdressers, library, doctors, dentists, coffee shops, restaurants, village hall and Arts Centre, there is also a popular weekly market. Cranleigh School and the Duke of Kent provide private education; in addition there is a selection of state schools. The large common is home to Cranleigh Cricket Club. Golf, tennis, swimming and fitness can be found at Cranleigh Country Club; in addition Cranleigh Leisure Centre offers comprehensive sporting activities. There are also several churches in the village catering for different religions. The surrounding countryside includes the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty for walking and riding. Every year the Cranleigh & South Eastern Agricultural Society hold the Cranleigh Show, which is a traditional agricultural event. Cranleigh is well placed for road links to Gatwick Airport with a fast rail network to London available at Guildford, Woking, Godalming and Horsham. Dorking is a picturesque Surrey market town nestled at the foot of the North Downs. Steeped in history, much of the original character of the town centre has survived, whilst also accommodating an excellent range of amenities such as Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury's and Waitrose. There is a variety of traditional pubs, bars and restaurants that cater for all tastes and occasions. The Dorking Leisure Centre with swimming pool, Cinema, Theatre and a number of golf courses cater for recreation. To the northeast of the town, the River Mole cuts a steep-sided valley through the North Downs. The left bank is home to Denbies Vineyard, the largest vineyard in the UK; whilst Britains first Country Park, Box Hill, is on the right bank. These rolling hills interspersed with wild orchids are owned by The National Trust and provided the stunning backdrop for a major sector of the 2012 Olympic cycle road race. Surrey Hills & Okewood Hill. The four areas that make up the Hurtwood cover a total of 3,000 acres south of the A25 at Shere. These tracts of high ground were traditionally forested and the largest area stretches from Peaslake to Holmbury St Mary and includes Holmbury Hill with its Iron Age Hill Fort. Between Peaslake, Ewhurst and Cranleigh, is the area including Pitch Hill and Reynards Hill, Winterfold. Blackheath and Farley Heath, including the Roman Temple, make up the third area and Shere Heath at Little London completes the territories of the Hurtwood. Guildford - 12 miles, Godalming - 12 miles, Central London - 43 miles (all distances are approximate) EPC. D.

4 bed detached house

OKEWOOD HILL, DORKING

An attractive detached four bedroom, three bathroom family home situated in mature well maintained gardens with double detached garage and office above. The property is approached via twin automated gates which lead to a large paved driveway and onto the detached double garage complete with internal stair leading to a home office above. The gardens are a particular feature, superbly stocked and maintained with strategically placed lighting and a feature breeze house. Over the years the property itself has been well cared for and maintained to provide bright and flexible accommodation. There are two bedrooms on the first floor along with a super-sized bathroom with twin sinks and jacuzzi bath. On the ground floor there are two further bedrooms and bathroom with separate cloakroom. The sitting room has a fire place and is double aspect with corner views of the gardens, whilst the dining room features a fireplace also. The kitchen has been comprehensively fitted with a good range on bas and wall cupboards with a breakfast area and a further separate utility room with access to the garden. There is a large inner hall which combines a study with fitted oak shelving and desk space with a stunning matching oak stairway to the first floor. The home is situated in a rural yet not isolated location with attractive countryside views to the front. LOCATION: Cranleigh is reputedly the largest village in England and is mentioned in the Doomsday Book. It is situated 8 miles south east of Godalming in Surrey and lies to the east of the A281 which links Guildford with Horsham; neighbouring villages include: Ewhurst, Dunsfold, Alfold and Hascombe. Cranleigh is a thriving community which is very popular with families and boasts a good selection of shopping and leisure facilities, with chain stores such as Marks and Spencer Simply Foods, Sainsburys, Boots, Co-op and WH Smiths together with many independent retailers, pubs, hairdressers, library, doctors, dentists, coffee shops, restaurants, village hall and Arts Centre, there is also a popular weekly market. Cranleigh School and the Duke of Kent provide private education; in addition there is a selection of state schools. The large common is home to Cranleigh Cricket Club. Golf, tennis, swimming and fitness can be found at Cranleigh Country Club; in addition Cranleigh Leisure Centre offers comprehensive sporting activities. There are also several churches in the village catering for different religions. The surrounding countryside includes the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty for walking and riding. Every year the Cranleigh & South Eastern Agricultural Society hold the Cranleigh Show, which is a traditional agricultural event. Cranleigh is well placed for road links to Gatwick Airport with a fast rail network to London available at Guildford, Woking, Godalming and Horsham. Dorking is a picturesque Surrey market town nestled at the foot of the North Downs. Steeped in history, much of the original character of the town centre has survived, whilst also accommodating an excellent range of amenities such as Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury's and Waitrose. There is a variety of traditional pubs, bars and restaurants that cater for all tastes and occasions. The Dorking Leisure Centre with swimming pool, Cinema, Theatre and a number of golf courses cater for recreation. To the northeast of the town, the River Mole cuts a steep-sided valley through the North Downs. The left bank is home to Denbies Vineyard, the largest vineyard in the UK; whilst Britains first Country Park, Box Hill, is on the right bank. These rolling hills interspersed with wild orchids are owned by The National Trust and provided the stunning backdrop for a major sector of the 2012 Olympic cycle road race. Surrey Hills & Okewood Hill. The four areas that make up the Hurtwood cover a total of 3,000 acres south of the A25 at Shere. These tracts of high ground were traditionally forested and the largest area stretches from Peaslake to Holmbury St Mary and includes Holmbury Hill with its Iron Age Hill Fort. Between Peaslake, Ewhurst and Cranleigh, is the area including Pitch Hill and Reynards Hill, Winterfold. Blackheath and Farley Heath, including the Roman Temple, make up the third area and Shere Heath at Little London completes the territories of the Hurtwood. Guildford - 12 miles, Godalming - 12 miles, Central London - 43 miles (all distances are approximate) EPC. D.

4 bed house

Wonderful family home with large garden and NO ONWARD CHAIN

A delightful character filled family home dating back to the 1920's, offering a flexible layout with a wonderful blend of period features. As soon as you step through the front door you are met with the warm welcoming feel that this charming property offers. There is no surprise that this has been a much-loved family home for the past 60 years. The covered front porch flows through into the spacious entrance hall, which oozes character and boasts high ceilings, creating a wonderful grand feel and also provides access to all the key rooms, under stairs cupboard and stairs curling up to the first floor. Next is the quaint kitchen with its many original features, but also provides plenty of potential to put you own stamp on it. Attached to the kitchen is the beautiful conservatory benefitting from doors opening out into the garden. With a little work this could be the perfect place for relaxing and winding down after a busy day, or perhaps just some peace and quiet. Connected to this lovely bright room is the downstairs toilet, useful storage cupboard and a large walk in pantry. The most impressive room downstairs is the dual aspect sitting room which is an impressive 25.4 sq ft. This fantastic room benefits from stunning original parquet flooring, feature open fireplace and french doors which open out into the garden allowing plenty of natural light to flood in. Finishing off the ground floor is the front aspect dining/family room, another good-sized room from an open fire and stunning bay window. Upstairs, the winding staircase leads to the split landing. To the left is the well-proportioned family bathroom and another set of stairs wind up to the first rear aspect double bedroom with views across the garden. To the right of the split landing the stairs continue up towards the main landing providing access to a further three front aspect double bedrooms. All of these are generous sizes and benefit from built in wardrobes, with bedroom three having a large bay window and access to the loft. Outside The property is set back from the road with an attractive front garden, driveway for several cars, garage and an alluring pathway leading you to the front porch. There is also side access to the rear garden. The well-maintained back garden has been to transformed into a private tranquil space mainly laid to lawn with beautiful ornamental pond and large patio area - ideal for entertaining or al fresco dining in the warmer months. Outbuilding There is also a large brick-built outhouse with power and plumbing, including an 11 sq ft workshop, 11.6 sq ft utility room as well as another bonus storage cupboard. Location The property is situated between the villages of Beare Green and Newdigate. In combination they offer a generous selection of local shops, AA rated public houses, churches, schools, an award-winning Indian restaurant, a number of sports clubs including cricket, tennis, football and golf. For more comprehensive shopping and recreational facilities, the major shopping centres of Dorking and Horsham are conveniently accessed via the A24 (bus route 93). They also have mainline train stations to London Waterloo and London Victoria respectively. The general surrounding area offers delightful countryside and is ideal for the riding/walking enthusiasts. The property is also within a short drive of Gatwick Airport, which provides a fast and regular service of trains to London Victoria and the City. VIEWING Strictly by appointment through Seymours Estate Agents, Dorking, RH4 2JZ. FIXTURES AND FITTINGS We have not carried out a detailed survey, nor tested the appliances, mechanical or electrical fittings.

4 bed house

Ockley, Dorking, RH5

listed on 2019-07-14  CountryWide   

A unique Grade II listed four bedroom house formed from the central portion of this wonderful period building situated in this lovely village in the heart of the Surrey Hills. This delightful home provides spacious light and adaptable accommodation includes a porch, polished flagstone hall, living room, fabulous open plan kitchen and family room as well as a cloakroom and utility room on the ground floor. On the first floor there are two bedrooms both with en-suites, and a family bathroom and on the second floor, a delightful staircase leads to two further interesting bedrooms. Outside , double doors lead from the family room onto a terrace and on to the fenced and lawned garden. Situation The property is located south of Ockley village green. The village has a local shop, post office/village store, restaurant and two pubs. There is a railway station, providing a limited commuter service. A number of events are often held on the village green including the Summer Party and the Bonfire Celebrations. Ockley is surrounded by miles of open countryside providing superb walking and riding close at hand. Dorking is about 8 miles away with its High Street shopping facilities, commuter stations and schools for all ages. Additional Information This historic building was formerly an inn having been recently converted into three attached properties by C. Ansell & Sons, specialist builders, their fully trained team of traditional craftsmen using the highest quality materials. The firm has been trading since 1791 and as such is one of the oldest family owned businesses in England having and used extensively by the Church and the National Trust and as well as private clients. As a result the attention to detail and superb finish is clearly evident. The house has been stunningly designed and appointed and created by blending all the charm of old world features with the comforts of the latest modern fittings. Cranleigh about 7.3 miles, Horsham about 7.5 miles, Dorking about 7.9 miles, Guildford about 14.6 miles, Central London about 36.9 miles, M25 (Junction 9) about 14.3 miles, Ockley Station about 2 miles (from 69 minutes to London Waterloo), Dorking Station about 8 miles (from 59 minutes to London Waterloo/Victoria) Entrance Lobby Living Room Kitchen Utility Room Family/Dining Room Cloakroom Four Bedrooms Three Bathrooms ( 2 En-Suite) Front and Rear Gardens Off Road Parking Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate

4 bed house

Dorking, RH5

listed on 2019-05-29  CountryWide   

Situated in a beautiful rural setting this newly converted barn has been thoughtfully designed to create a unique first floor living space to allow for better engagement with the wonderful far reaching views to the front and rear of the property. An impressive handmade oak staircase leads from the large hallway up to the first floor where the staircase splits and takes you to either side of a large open plan living space. On one side is a modern and well equipped kitchen together with a separate study and a WC whilst on the the other side is a large area suitable as a lounge or seating area. Downstairs and equally as impressive are four double bedrooms three with en suites with the master also benefitting from a walk in wardrobe. Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate

4 bed semi-detached house

Dorking, Surrey, RH5

listed on 2019-10-01  CountryWide   

Believed to have been built in the 1920s, this delightful semi-detached cottage-style property is situated on a private no-through road, close to the heart of this lovely village. While retaining much of its period charm the property has been extensively modernised and improved, including the addition of most attractive conservatory to the rear in 2009 and a loft conversion in 2012 to create two additional bedrooms and well-proportioned family accommodation over three floors. The property is approached via an entrance hall opened directly onto the delightful sitting room, which is open to the garden room/conservatory and affords excellent natural light. There is a separate door to the dining room which allows the whole living space and kitchen to interconnect, ideal for busy family life. A highlight is certainly the dining room and kitchen, enjoying a spacious, open plan feel with a good selection off fitted storage and a bright, open aspect thanks to glazed doors opening to the garden room. On the first floor a landing leads to two bedrooms which includes the master bedroom with its modern shower room, plus a family bathroom with both bath and shower. Upstairs are two further charming bedrooms with eaves storage and garden views. Situation Abinger Common offers the opportunity of country village living within easy commuting distance of London. The property is located close to the village centre with its green, church and public house and offers a tranquil position in the heart of the Surrey Hills, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Abinger Hammer is nearby and offers a popular farm shop and general store. The surrounding countryside has miles of footpaths and bridleways through some of Surrey's most beautiful scenery. Extensive recreational, educational and shopping facilities can be found in Guildford to the west and Dorking to the east, both offer mainline railway stations to London (Waterloo). The A3 and M25 can be accessed at Ockham and Leatherhead. Gomshall Station is 3 miles and provides services to Reading and Gatwick or Dorking is 4.4 miles with mainline services to London (Waterloo & Victoria). Outside The property is reached via a shared lane bordered by hedgerows leading to a few other houses which culminates at a gravel parking area. Access to the front door is via an open tiled porch, with a wooden side gate a few steps away leading to the rear garden enjoying a favourable south-westerly aspect and an attractive green outlook featuring a variety of trees such as magnolia and apple. There are mature trees to the rear with the garden also enclosed by panel fencing and mature shrubs, giving the garden a wonderfully secluded feel. The garden is mainly laid to lawn and can also be accessed via steps leading down from the conservatory. Four Bedrooms Two Bath/Shower Rooms (one en suite) Sitting Room Kitchen/Dining Room Garden room/Conservatory South-West facing garden Driveway parking Lovely village setting Total of 1 447 sq ft Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate

4 bed house

Dorking, Surrey, RH5

listed on 2019-09-21  CountryWide   

A most attractive cottage style property understood to have been built in the 1920’s which has been sympathetically extended and now provides ideal family accommodation arranged over three floors. It retains much charm with period features still retained such as wooden floors and a fireplace but has been modernised with the addition of a contemporary shower-room and kitchen with replacement large sash windows providing good natural light. The property provides versatile accommodation with a study/family room to the front and comfortable sitting room with wooden floors and feature fireplace with log burner to supplement the heating on chilly evenings. The addition of a stunning conservatory style dining room has a lovely view down the garden and the country style kitchen is fitted with slate tiles, a range of wooden units and incorporates a breakfast bar, stable door and butler sink well placed to overlook the garden. On the first floor the landing has wooden floorboards leading to two bedrooms which includes the master bedroom with pretty cast iron fireplace and built-in storage. With both a spacious bathroom and a stylish shower-room with basin storage unit on this floor, upstairs are two charming bedrooms with eaves storage and garden views. Situation The property is located close to the village centre with its green, church and public house and offers a tranquil position in the heart of the Surrey Hills, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It offers the opportunity of country village living within easy commuting distance of London. Abinger Hammer is nearby and offers a popular farm shop and general store. The surrounding countryside has miles of footpaths and bridleways through some of Surrey's most beautiful scenery. Extensive recreational, educational and shopping facilities can be found in Guildford to the west and Dorking to the east, both offer mainline railway stations to London (Waterloo). The A3 and M25 can be accessed at Ockham and Leatherhead. TRAIN SERVICES: Gomshall Station is 3 miles and provides services to Reading and Gatwick or Dorking is 4.4 miles with mainline services to London (Waterloo & Victoria). Outside The property is reached via a shared lane bordered by hedgerows leading to a few other houses which culminates at a gravel parking area and access to the front door which has a tiled porch above. A path to the side leads to the rear garden which has a green outlook with mature trees to the rear boundary and is enclosed by panel fencing and mature shrubs providing a high level of privacy. Adjacent to the house is a paved patio ideal for entertaining in the summer months and benefitting from a favourable southerly aspect. Beyond this a stepping stoned path leads down the garden which is mainly lawned and level with the benefit of a painted wooden summer house which has power and insulation and can be used as a home office. Other features include a shed and maintenance area and a gate leading directly to woodland giving this property a unique location and opportunities for walking and exploring the neighbouring countryside and forest. Entrance Hall Sitting Room Dining Room Study/Family Room Kitchen/Breakfast Room Four Bedrooms Shower Room Family Bathroom Summer House/Garden Office Gardens Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate