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This is an impressive character family home on a highly desirable private road in Peaslake. Built we believe in the 1930's it benefits from the high ceilings and generous sized, bright living space that is attributed to this era of building. The property sits well back in its plot, affording an open outlook from all of the principal reception rooms and bedrooms. On the ground floor there is a large double aspect sitting room with a feature fireplace, a generously proportioned dining room, an impressive living room with fireplace and two sets of French doors leading to the patio area and garden, providing a lovely view over the lawn. The kitchen/ breakfast room is a good size and again benefits from a view over and direct access to the garden, useful utility room and W.C. On the first floor there are four well proportioned bedrooms and a smaller fifth bedroom. The master bedroom has an ensuite bathroom, there is a further family bathroom and ensuite shower room with dressing area to the guest bedroom. The property also benefits from a large study/ home office with its own private entrance and storage area with direct access to the garden. This space would also lend itself to being converted into a self contained annexe if required.
Peaslake is a peaceful village situated high in the Surrey Hills midway between Guildford and Dorking. It is surrounded by undulating farmland in an area designated as being of outstanding natural beauty and protected by the Green Belt policy. This property stands in a private, no-through road of individual character houses on the edge of the village, within one mile of the village stores, doctor’s surgery, garage, parish church and the Hurtwood Inn. There is a country footpath which leads down to Gomshall with its branch line station and then up onto the North Downs Way. To the south of the village, there are vast expanses of sandy common land, including The Hurtwood. The picturesque village of Shere, with good local shops, is 1.5 miles to the north, Cranleigh is 5 miles, Dorking is 6 miles and Guildford (Waterloo by train 34 minutes) is 7 miles.
This property sits in a beautiful, well maintained plot of just under half an acre. There is a large gravel parking area to the front and a lawn with a pathway leading to the side of the property and to the rear garden. The rear garden is an extensive and private space, mainly laid to lawn with mature hedging, planted beds and trees on the boundaries. Directly to the rear of the house is a large patio area, which is accessed from the kitchen and living room, creating a pleasant transitional space between house and garden. The garden is notably level, which makes it ideal for entertaining and games.
Guildford Borough Council Tel: 01483 505050 Tax band G. All mains services are connected.
3 Reception Rooms
Large Home Office and Storage Room
0.46 Acre Plot
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