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A truly charming Grade II listed attached cottage believed to date back to the mid 1500's offering an abundance of character features including an inglenook fireplace and exposed timbers, panelled doors and panelled staircase and a partly walled garden. The adaptable accommodation is arranged over four floors. An entrance hall leads to a double aspect dining room which has a fireplace. Steps lead down to a double aspect sitting room which has a beautiful inglenook fireplace fitted with a multi fuel stove and numerous exposed oak beams. French doors lead out to an area of decking and rear garden. A further set of steps lead down to a study with extensive built in storage. The dual aspect kitchen has a range of light wood units complete with integrated appliances and enjoys a view across the garden. The remaining accommodation is arranged over 3 floors with central staircase complete with the original carved banister and sections of timber panelling. There are three good size double bedrooms, one with an ensuite bathroom and a separate shower. There is a further bathroom and further shower room. The whole provides great family accommodation with a delightful character and charm.
The cottage is located in a conservation area, close to the beautiful open space called Cotmandene with its rich history whilst the High Street is only moments away. Dorking is a great example of a historic market town at the foot of the Surrey Hills. There is a comprehensive range of specialist shops, cafes and restaurants together with Waitrose, Sainsbury’s and Marks & Spencer’s supermarkets. Dorking Halls Theatre also has a sports and leisure complex. The town is surrounded by miles of unspoilt protected countryside including Ranmore Common, Boxhill and the Surrey Hills. The main line station has links to London Waterloo and Victoria whilst Dorking West and Dorking Deepdene has links to Guildford Reading, Redhill, and Tonbridge. M25 is reached at Leatherhead Junction 9.
To the rear of the property there is a pretty partly walled garden extending to some 55 ft. There are well stocked shrub borders and an area of timber decking which offers a lovely secluded place to sit and enjoy the westerly aspect. Steps lead to a further paved area with a small stone well with inset seat, timber storage shed and gated rear access.
Dual Aspect Sitting Room
Dual Aspect Kitchen
Bedroom With Ensuite Bathoom
Two further Double Bedrooms and Two further Bathrooms
Secluded West Facing Partly Walled Garden
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