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Built, we believe, in the early 1900`s an attached cottage full of character. The entrance hallway is accessed via an open front porch with a broad stone step. The sitting room has a most attractive box bay window together with red brick chimney breast fitted with log burning stove. The dining room extends the width of the property and has French doors leading out to an area of timber decking with views down the garden. There is a large under stairs storage cupboard and the hallway, sitting room and dining room all have oak floors. The kitchen is fitted with a range of units having granite work surfaces with butlers sink, a slate tiled floor and a vaulted ceiling with roof light. This leads to a utility lobby and a beautifully fitted wet room with pitched glazed roof. On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a bathroom with half panelled walls.
The property is situated in a tucked away position on an unmade road on the eastern side of the village of Newdigate. The village offers local shops, public houses, church and infant school. Dorking with its excellent shopping and recreational facilities lies about 7 miles to the north of the property. There are main line stations at Dorking, Redhill and Gatwick. The motorway network, via the M25, is accessible at Leatherhead (Junction 9) and Reigate (Junction 8).
The gardens are a particular feature of the property. Directly to the rear of the property there is an area of level lawn with two areas of timber decking. The garden then continues around to the left leading to an extensive parking area and further garden with river frontage and fishing rights. This area is accessed from the lane via a five bar gate.
Extensive Gardens With Further Gated/Vehicular Entrance
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