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An interesting, character Grade II Listed two bedroom extended cottage formerly part of the Old Nags Head - a smugglers Inn from the 17th century, situated on Holmwood Common (650 acres of National Trust Woodland) just south of Dorking. This delightful property has a wealth of period features throughout and features a sitting room with open fireplace and bay window to the front. The kitchen with hand-built wooden cabinets leads to the family/dining room which opens out onto the rear garden. Upstairs there are two bedrooms and the bathroom is downstairs. There is in place permission for a first floor wc. Outside, the rear garden is laid to lawn with hedged boundaries and garden shed at the furtherest end. Also in the garden is a useful detached home office/outbuilding. The property uses an area of the common to the front for parking and has done so for many years.
The property is situated to the south of Dorking, adjacent to Holmwood Common, 650 acres of National Trust ancient managed woodland. Dorking, to the north, is a thriving market town with a range of shops, cafes, restaurants, with an excellent sports/swimming centre and for cultural events, The Dorking Halls. Dorking station offers services to London Waterloo and Victoria. Dorking has a good range of schools with two popular secondary schools, The Priory and The Ashcombe. In the independent sector, there are a wide range of schools in the area with Box Hill School at Mickleham, St Johns and Downside at Leatherhead. The countryside in the vicinity is much admired, ideal for the riding, walking and cycling enthusiast with Holmwood.
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