This stunning and characterful detached house on Epsom's popular Woodcote Close measures 3325sq feet including a double garage. Understood to have been built in the 1920s in the style of a 16th century manor house, it has been renovated throughout by the current owner and given a contemporary twist whilst retaining many of its original and desirable features such as wooden beams, grand fireplaces, leaded windows, and wooden panelling and doors. One enters the property via a discreetly-positioned door set in the wall that surrounds the house and gardens, opening into a paved courtyard. From the entrance hall you proceed into a lovely kitchen diner with adjoining conservatory/sitting area, and from there into either the dining room or the wonderful L-shaped living room, with a feature fireplace reminiscent of that found in a stately home. On the first floor are the three principal bedrooms and shower room - the master of which contains a wall of built-in wardrobes - and a superb ensuite bathroom with separate shower. Stairs then lead from the landing up to the loft room which could be used as a fourth bedroom and contains plenty of eaves storage. Houses with this much charm and style, security and privacy located so close to town rarely come to the market, and this is the perfect home for any discerning buyer who loves to entertain and impress.
Woodcote Close is a highly sought-after cul-de-sac located just off Dorking Road, within easy reach of Epsom town centre and all the shops, bars and restaurants that the town offers. There are many highly sought-after schools in the area such as Epsom College and St Martins, and the world-renowned Epsom Down Racecourse is also within easy reach. The nearby train station offers fast and direct routes into London within 30 minutes and from the M25 one has convenient access to both Gatwick and Heathrow airports.
Windows look out onto one of the most charming and private gardens you are likely to see with a well-tended lawn, mature shrubs and a pond at one end; in fact, the garden wraps around the entire house and cannot be looked into by any neighbouring property.