A charming three bedroom semi-detached character property believed to have been built in 1935, the house is situated within walking distance of Dorking centre and three train stations. Built in an elevated setting with delightful gardens to the front and rear, the property enjoys an attractive plot with a spacious internal layout that offers scope for enlargement (subject to necessary consent) and modernisation. On the ground floor there is a living room with large bay window leading to the spacious dining room via folding wooden doors – both with a gas fireplace. The kitchen at the rear is fitted with a range of wooden wall and base units and features several integrated appliances, with further space for freestanding white goods. A cloakroom completes the ground floor accommodation.
On the first floor there are three bedrooms arranged together leading from a central landing, including a master bedroom with fitted wardrobes along one wall and a bay window offering a pleasant front aspect. Bedroom two also benefits from built-in wardrobes. In addition there is a family bathroom with an integrated bath tub and shower over and double glazing throughout.
Situated in the north of Dorking, Ranmore Road is a popular residential road with close proximity to train stations, Dorking main and Dorking West. The town centre is within walking distance and there are a number of day-to-day shops at The Triangle at the bottom, including a café and a convenience store. Superstores are well represented including a new Waitrose in South Street and a Marks & Spencer at St Martin’s Walk shopping centre. A selection of good local schools are within walking distance, including St Martin’s and Ashcombe School. Green spaces are easily accessible at Ranmore Common which is ideal for dog walking, National Trust sites at Box Hill and Polesden Lacey and beautiful walking at Denbies wine estate.
The property is situated in an elevated setting with pedestrian access via a pathway from Ranmore Road. To the front there is an attractive garden enclosed by a low hedge and wall, with a path leading across the lawn to the front door. Side access leads along one side of the house to the rear garden, which is arranged in several sections, including a paved patio, flowerbeds and a lawn area. Features include a wooden shed and a wooden summerhouse, with trees and hedges providing a feeling of seclusion. A service road between Ranmore Road and Chalkpit Lane provides access to a detached single garage at the rear of the property.