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A substantial detached family home built in 1923 and later sympathetically extended in 2005 to provide spacious family accommodation. Situated in a popular established location in central Dorking in the favoured St Paul's area, close to the church and school. The property retains various traditional features benefits from an impressive entrance hall, with inglenook style fireplace and oak floor, a bay fronted family room, twin aspect living space with view over the rear garden, an integrated kitchen/breakfast room with double doors onto a patio, a utility and a cloakroom. Upstairs there is a master suite including a shower room and dressing room (a former bedroom) and three further bedrooms serviced by a family bathroom and separate shower room. The loft is part-boarded.
South Terrace is a highly sought after residential location close to Tower Hill and the Glory Woods, an area of woodland ideal for walks. Dorking as a town provides a comprehensive range of facilities including specialist shops, restaurants, cafes and the Dorking Halls Theatre with its combined leisure complex. The area is surrounded by miles of un-spoilt countryside including the Surrey Hills, Ranmore Common and the well known view point Box Hill. Dorking station provides London bound services whilst the M25 can be accessed via junction 9 Leatherhead.
A driveway provides ample parking that leads to a detached garage and small lawned area. A wooden gate offers side access to a good sized mature garden predominately laid to lawn with a large patio area. The east facing garden has high screening trees and shrubs which provide a good deal of privacy.
Master Bedroom with Ensuite Shower and Dressing Room
Three Further Bedrooms
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