Just moments from the popular shops and cafes of Dorking’s historic High Street is this attractive three-bedroom period home, situated on a sought-after road. This semi-detached property is a quintessential Victorian villa and offering extended, modernised, well-proportioned and characterful accommodation.The large windows afford excellent natural light throughout and high ceilings add to the feeling of space. Internally the property is beautifully appointed, retaining many period features such as original fireplaces and decorative coving. A highlight of the property is the rear extension which houses the kitchen and family area; this modern space is wonderfully light thanks to a double height pitched roof with Velux windows, and has bifold doors opening to the garden. The kitchen is very well equipped with a good mix of storage and has ample space for freestanding appliances, including a range cooker. The ground floor accommodation briefly comprises a front reception room, dining room, kitchen and cloakroom. On the first floor there is a double bedroom and a good size single bedroom/study, plus a family bathroom. The third bedroom occupies the second floor, with fabulous views over the surrounding hills and vineyards. There is also a basement on the lower ground floor currently used for storage, but with excellent potential for conversion.
Vincent Road a sought-after road of mostly period properties situated in the heart of Dorking, just moments from the town’s charming High Street with its excellent selection of restaurants, cafes and independent shops. There is a Waitrose superstore approx. 250 metres away and a Lidl superstore at the opposite end of Vincent Road. 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. Also nearby is Denbies, England’s largest vineyard and good local schools including Ashcombe, St Josephs, St Pauls and St Martins (Primary), The Priory School and Ashcombe School.
A delightful front garden stocked with a variety of shrubs set behind a balustraded wall. A wrought iron pedestrian gate opens to a traditional encaustic tile path leading to the raised porch covered by a handsome pediment. The rear garden is equally charming, enclosed by walls and high, mature shrubbery giving the outside space a secluded feel. The kitchen extension opens to a terrace with space for garden furniture, leading to a parcel of lawn and a wooden shed at the rear. The perfect space for entertaining.
Total of approx. 1885 sq ft (including eaves)