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A well proportioned, detached home of character, built in 1937 and set amid established grounds in a semi rural location. Ideal for commuting with Whyteleafe South Station about 0.6 miles and with a green outlook facing open fields. This charming 4 bedroom house was built as a 'Dome House' in the 1930's which are well known locally and rightly popular due to the rooms of generous proportion and attractive architectural detail including oak beams and craftsmanship. There is a pretty entrance porch leading to the hall which has a WC. With wood strip oak flooring, there is a formal dining room and a 23ft sitting room with a triple aspect and lovely vistas of the garden. It features an attractive brick fireplace with a log burner and has doors to the patio. The kitchen has a range of fitted units and space for a table, ideal for family meals.
On the first floor are 4 good sized and double bedrooms and extensive storage cupboards and wardrobes. This includes the master bedroom which has a modern shower-room with glass enclosure, heated towel rail and mosaic tiling. There is a family bathroom with stylish circular basin and glass shower screen and completing the accommodation is an ensuite shower to the guest bedroom.
Towards the end of this private no through lane with a rural but convenient location and vistas to the front over greenbelt fields. It is ideal for commuting and within walking distance of Whyteleafe South Station via Salmons Lane. There is fast access to the A22 and onto the M25 (Junction 6) which is 4.1 miles with connections to the motorway network. Whyteleafe is 1 mile with its range of local shop and Caterham town centre is 2 miles with more extensive shopping facilities. There are local schools including Caterham, Woldingham Girls, St Francis Catholic Primary and De Stafford. TRAIN SERVICES: Whyteleafe South Station is 0.6 miles with direct service to London Bridge and Victoria
With a carriageway in and out drive encircling a front lawn, the house is well set back with a pretty front garden. There are mature rhododendrons and well stocked flower beds with paths that lead around the property connecting the different areas. With mature hedgerows and grounds of 0.69 acres, the property offers seclusion and is mainly laid to lawn with a wooden outbuilding at the end. To the right is a detached garage and gate leading to a courtyard and shed. There is a patio to the south west ideal for summer entertaining with a wisteria and vistas towards the water feature. There is also a WWII air-raid shelter with potential to convert into a wine cellar (subject to usual consents)
3 Bath/Shower-rooms (2 Ensuite)
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