Set adjacent to delightful Surrey countryside, this well-presented and extended detached family house property offers spacious accommodation and a good sized garden with ample parking and a double garage. The house is bounded by other character homes and occupies an elevated position with commanding views over the beautiful surrounding countryside. Though the house retains much period charm, it has been extensively improved and extended in recent years to create a modern family home, with space for all the family to come together. Internally the flexible floor plan is well suited to family life, with three good-size reception rooms, a fitted kitchen and ample outside space. There is scope to extend the property further (subject to necessary consents), perhaps over the double garage or by converting the garage itself, which would have good annexe potential.
On the ground floor, the property comprises an enclosed porch leading to an entrance hall and a bay-fronted reception room, dining room, office, cloakroom, modern fitted kitchen and separate utility room. The first floor is accessed by a characterful split staircase, with the master bedroom boasting a large en-suite shower room and three further double bedrooms sharing a family bathroom.
Hoe Lane is a quiet country lane situated between the villages of Peaslake and Abinger Hammer. Local amenities include a village store and deli, church, primary school and inn. Further amenities such as a leisure centre and modern health centre can be found in the larger village of Cranleigh, while Dorking and Guildford offer a wider range of amenities. There are many excellent walks within the area, including Holmbury Hill, Pitch Hill, Leith Hill and Winterfold, with more than 3,000 acres of wood and heathland to explore – much of it National Trust or protected land. The area is a very attractive to walkers, mountain bikers, road cyclists and equestrians. There is a good choice of schooling in both the private and the state sector, including the renowned Cranleigh School, The Duke of Kent in Peaslake and Longacre School at Shamley Green. There are commuter stations at Gomshall, Clandon and Effingham Junction and good road links via the A3, with leads to central London and the M25 motorway.
A north-west facing garden to the rear provides an elevated setting from which to enjoy views over the surrounding woodland, with the space arranged over a number of levels. Adjoining the house there is a paved patio, leading up to a parcel of lawn bordered by shrubs, and a second area of lawn with wooden shed. To the front, a good-size tarmac drive has parking for several cars in front of an integral double garage. A block-paved path leads up through a parcel of lawn to the front door, with a separate short flight of steps providing access to the rear.
2 Bath/Shower Rooms (1 En Suite)