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This spacious chalet bungalow built in the 1920’s has been much extended and provides flexible living accommodation arranged over two floors but which could be rearranged to suit an incoming buyer’s requirements (subject to necessary consents). On the ground floor is a wide hallway, three reception rooms of generous proportions and a separate kitchen. Of particular note is the sitting room with a beamed ceiling, bar area and attractive inglenook-style fireplace with open fire, lovely for winter evenings. On this floor there is also a shower-room, a master suite with dressing room and a spacious ensuite shower room with underfloor heating, featuring a walk in cubicle with rainforest shower head and a basin storage unit. The first floor is deceptively spacious with three double bedrooms, a study area on the landing and extensive eaves storage. Completing the accommodation is a modern and fully tiled family bathroom with a glass shower screen and basin storage unit.
Situated on a popular tree lined road close to Bookham village which has a range of local shops, including two supermarkets, a bank, post office, doctors and dental surgeries. There are excellent nearby schools including Eastwick Infant and Junior Schools a short walk along Eastwick Drive, Manor House (2 miles) and Howard of Effingham (1.6 miles), a highly regarded state secondary school. There is extensive open countryside around the area much of which is National Trust with Polesden Lacey and Bocketts Farm Park in easy reach. The M25 can be reached at Junction 9 with good access to Gatwick and Heathrow airports. TRAIN SERVICES: The area is ideal for the commuter with Bookham in walking distance (0.8 miles) with services to Waterloo in approximately 50 minutes and Leatherhead (2.4 miles) with mainline services to Waterloo and Victoria in approximately 46 minutes.
The property is set on a corner plot in delightful grounds with the rear garden fortunate to be south west facing. Well set back behind a large front garden with lawns, hedges and mature oak tree, the property is approached by a gravel drive which culminates at a double garage with electrically operated door. To the rear is a paved patio with electric awning providing shade in the summer months. The rear garden offers a high degree of seclusion being enclosed by a mature evergreen hedge. There are several outbuildings including two brick built sheds, a bike shed behind the garage and a side entrance to Eastwick Park Avenue.
Ground Floor Bedroom with Dressing Room and Ensuite Shower
Three Further Bedrooms on First Floor
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