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Located in a cul-de-sac in the convenient central Dorking location, this bright and well presented 1920's three bedroom semi-detached family home has two double bedrooms and one single. This lovely home would make an ideal starter home or could equally be of interest to people downsizing and wanting to be close to bus routes and the town's various facilities and shops.
On the ground floor there is a sitting room, across the rear of the property a kitchen/diner with french doors leading out to the garden plus a downstairs WC. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, a single bedroom and family bathroom.
Barrington Court is just to the south of the town centre and within easy reach of the High Street. Dorking offers an excellent selection of supermarkets, specialist shops, restaurants and cafes and West Street which is renowned for high quality antique shops. There is an excellent sports centre and for cultural events, Dorking Halls. The mainline station provides a commuter service to Waterloo and Victoria. The east/west line train offers direct services to Reading, Redhill and Gatwick. Dorking is an historic market town ideally located for miles of open countryside including Leith Hill, the Surrey Hills, Ranmore Common and Box Hill. There is an excellent selection of both independent and state schools locally including (and closest by ) St Paul's and St Joseph's primary schools plus The Ashcombe and The Priory secondary schools.
A picket fence with pedestrian gate (shared with the neighbouring property) leads to the front garden, with side access. The whole area is currently paved. There is a brick built outbuilding and shed.
The garden is of a South westerly aspect, enjoying sun throughout the day.
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