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Built circa 1936, this two double bedroom mid-terraced house is conveniently located for schools, train stations, Meadowbank recreation ground and Dorking town centre. For the first time in fifty four years the property is now offered for sale and is in decent decorative order throughout having been lovingly maintained by the current owner during that time. On the ground floor is a twin aspect living room with a door to the garden, a bathroom and a modern kitchen with a door to the outside. Upstairs are two good sized bedrooms, both with plenty of storage and enjoying a pleasant outlook to the rear.
Dorking town provides a comprehensive range of facilities including specialist shops, restaurants and cafes whilst cultural activities are catered for via the Dorking halls theatre together with its combined leisure complex. The area is surrounded by miles of unspoilt national trust countryside including the Surrey Hills, Ranmore Common and a well known beauty spot Box Hill. Dorking train station offers services to both London Victoria and Waterloo, whilst the M25 can be accessed by junction 9 at Leatherhead.
The property is screened from the road in the front by an established hedge. A paved path leads across a lawn to the front door. The rear garden is truly a feature being of an easterly aspect and a decent size. From the back of the house is a raised sundeck bordered by a rose bed and gravelled areas including a pergola intertwined with a flourishing clematis. A brick path leads via a workshop with power, past two further timber sheds to a level lawn. A gate provides rear pedestrian access from the garden to the residents parking bays.
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