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Situated within a purpose-built later addition wing of a Grade II listed mansion house, this stylish apartment in Goodwyns Place combines modern living with Edwardian elegance. Fortunate to have its own entrance from a courtyard towards the rear of the building, the property has been sympathetically modernised whilst retaining the grandeur, high ceilings and large windows of the original property. Located on the ground floor with vistas over a paved courtyard and communal grounds with countryside beyond, the property has modern décor in fashionable shades. Of particular note is the stunning 17ft open plan sitting room fitted with polished wooden flooring, with an impressively high ceiling and dominated by two substantial period windows which flood the room with light. There is a range of gloss kitchen units fitted to one end with co-ordinating worktops and integrated appliances including a washing machine. The bedroom is fitted with book shelves and the bathroom has a shower screen over the bath with tiled floor and walls. Outside, Goodwyns Place is set within established walled communal grounds which are principally laid to lawn with perfectly manicured trees and shrubs as well as beautifully kept flower and rose gardens all backing onto delightful countryside. From the parking area where there is one allocated parking bay and ample parking for visitors, a gravel drive and path lead around the property to the private front door passing through a paved terrace which the sitting room overlooks.
Convenient for Dorking town centre and stations, Goodwyns Place is a Grade II-listed Edwardian mansion originally built in 1901 and later converted by W. Songhurst Ltd in 1986 to a high standard. The stately property is situated off Tower Hill and set within elegant, manicured communal gardens and has pleasant views across to Leith Hill and beyond. The property is situated at the top of desirable Tower Hill and is within easy distance of central Dorking, which offers excellent recreational, educational and shopping facilities. Dorking station offers fast services to both Victoria and Waterloo, while Deepdene Station gives access to the Reading/Tonbridge line. The A24 provides access to the M25 at Leatherhead with Gatwick and Heathrow International airports being readily accessible. The general area is famous for its outstanding countryside including the North Downs and Box Hill, much of which is under National Trust ownership with opportunities for walking and cycling.
Service Charges: Ground rent £55.25 p.a. Service charge £131.50 per month.
Leasehold 224 years to run (25/12/1986 - 24/12/2210)
Under the Estate Agents Act 1979 we confirm the owner of this property is related to an employee of Hamptons International.
Open plan kitchen/Sitting room
Extensive communal gardens with terraces
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