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This is a new build property
A superbly presented and particularly well appointed individual newly-built detached house set adjacent to 650 acres of National Trust owned woodland set in a wonderful private walled garden.
This delightful traditionally built house has concrete ground and first floors with high specification integrated colour silicone rendered elevations under a handmade clay tile roof complemented by hardwood double glazed windows. The well-proportioned accommodation is both light and spacious with modern décor throughout and commences from the large entrance hall with floor to ceiling windows, with bespoke oak staircase to the first floor and stair case to the lower level which leads to the wine store, potential tv/cinema room, cloakroom and utility area with a walk-in airing cupboard, exterior door and steps.
On the ground floor, there is a triple aspect drawing room, which features an open fire with period French stone fire surround, with oak flooring and bi-fold doors overlooking and leading to the rear terrace and the garden beyond. The bespoke fitted kitchen by Schmidt has good range of storage units and central island with breakfast bar and electric hob with feature extractor and Quooker boiler water tap. Further AEG integrated appliances include double oven, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. The kitchen boasts a family room area which has a log burner also having oak flooring and bi-fold doors opening to the rear garden. A study with yacht-deck floor and separate cloakroom are situated off the entrance hall. On the ground floor there is remote programmable underfloor heating.
On the first floor there are four double bedrooms with high ceilings arranged around the large galleried landing. The master bedroom features a modern en suite bathroom with unique lighting and a separate shower. A connecting door to the master bedroom means the fourth bedroom could equally act as a dressing room. One further bedroom has an en suite shower room and a family bathroom completes the first floor accommodation. All the bathrooms have electric programmable heating with touch sensitive heated and lighted mirrors.
Enjoying a pleasant semi-rural setting in Holmwood a few miles to the south of Dorking there is a wealth of green space to explore nearby such as the beautiful Surrey Hills and Holmwood Common which is 650 acres of common land owned by the National Trust. The village of Holmwood offers day to day amenities including a preschool, doctor’s surgery, convenience store and The Holly & Laurel Emporium for a wide range of antiques and homeware, as well as a charming tearoom. The property is close to transport links including the A24 road and train stations at Holmwood (0.6 miles) Dorking (4.4 miles). Dorking station offers fast services to both Victoria and Waterloo, while Deepdene station gives access to the Reading/Tonbridge line and nearby Holmwood station provides further services to London Victoria and Horsham. Gatwick Airport is easily reached in 11.6 miles.
The property is approached by a sweeping gravel drive through electric wooden double gates with GSM operating system. The drive continues to the side of the property to the detached oak-framed double bay car barn. As the name suggests the biggest draw is the exquisite walled rear garden creating a serene and secluded space. A beautiful wisteria-clad wooden arbour stretches down the centre with neatly manicured lawns to either side. A raised patio extends across the rear of the property with bi-fold doors opening from both the kitchen and reception room to create the perfect entertaining space.
Additional Room/Potential TV/Cinema Room
Three Bathrooms ( 2 En Suite)
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