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An attractive 1930's bay fronted semi detached house situated in this popular cul-de-sac conveniently placed for easy access to Ashcombe School, Dorking Station and the town centre. The property retains many period features including fireplaces in the two reception rooms and original front and internal doors. This lovely home, which backs directly onto Meadowbank Park recreation ground, enjoys pleasant views to the rear towards Box Hill and beyond and has been extended on both floors to provide excellent versatile family accommodation. On the ground floor there is an entrance hall, cloakroom, living room, family room, fitted kitchen and dining room with direct access onto the patio. Upstairs are three good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside to the front is a block paved driveway which provides parking together with a small lawned area. To the rear is a large level lawn bordered by mature hedging which enjoys an easterly aspect. At the end of the garden is a detached garage with power which is accessed via the rear of the property together with a timber shed. There is direct access onto Meadowbank recreation ground.
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.
Family Room Dining Room
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