A two-bedroom period cottage in the heart of the town centre, with off-street parking, minutes away from all Dorking town has to offer and the beautiful surrounding countryside.This charming terraced property is set in a tucked away, peaceful location close to Meadowbank Park and within easy reach of all three stations in Dorking, linking directly into London; ideal for commuters. The property benefits from character features throughout, with accommodation over three floors as well as scope for further development. The current layout comprises a sitting room, kitchen/dining room, two double bedrooms, a shower room and a bathroom. On the lower ground floor is a cellar room/study which has been recently renovated and could become an ideal snug or third bedroom. The property has been carefully modernised to ensure it retains much of its period charm, including solid wood floors, an open fireplace with gas fire and part double glazed sash windows. The sitting room is particularly charming, decorated in a country-inspired palette and featuring storage in the way of alcove shelving and a fitted cupboard, while the kitchen offers a social space with a galley-style cooking and preparation area and a space for dining. A stable door leads to the rear garden, with access to off-street parking and a spacious and secure outbuilding. Further storage is available in the large loft which also offers further potential for conversion (STNC).
This beautiful property sits within a conservation area in Dorking town centre with its excellent recreational, educational and shopping facilities. Dorking stations offers services to Victoria,Waterloo and London Bridge while Deepdene Station also 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. This stunning area - The Surrey Hills - is famous for being an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With Dorking nestled in the centre and surrounded by the National Trust owned North Downs, Box Hill, and Ranmore; a countryside haven close to London and a cyclists and ramblers dream. Also nearby is Denbies, England’s largest vineyard and good local schools including Ashcombe.
The front of the property is accessed via a pathway from Church Street, with a small front garden entered via a wooden gate. Private parking is available to the rear of the house accessed via a side gate. The back garden includes a lawn area with flower and shrub borders, a paved patio defined by railway sleepers and a separate gravelled area ideal for al-fresco dining. In addition there is a detached outbuilding/workshop with power and lighting.
Shower room and Bathroom (both en suite)
Convenient Central Location