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An individually designed home, completed in 2009 for our clients and offering generous, well planned living space and a peaceful, semi rural location close to the heart of this popular Surrey Hills village. Accommodation is well proportioned with large, deep silled windows and French doors providing plenty of light and giving a real sense of connection to the surrounding gardens. With high specification fittings, galleried landing, ground floor underfloor heating, exposed timbers and oak flooring this property offers a wonderful combination of modern convenience and character features. All reception rooms are multiple aspect with views over the gardens creating light and airy space. The sitting room is triple aspect with a log burning stove and French doors to the garden and there is also a useful family room and study. The bespoke, hand built kitchen designed and fitted by D.G. Clifton & Son is a focal point for daily life with doors opening onto a rear terrace and plenty of room for a dining table. On the first floor there are four bedrooms, two with ensuites and a family bathroom.
Located right in the heart of the Surrey Hills AONB, Peaslake is a thriving community with a parish church, Hurtwood Inn pub and restaurant, a popular village school, village hall and an excellent general store / Post Office. Further shopping and farm shops are available at Abinger, Shere and Forest Green. Cranleigh is within 5 miles, Dorking under 7 miles and a full range of shopping, leisure and cultural amenities can be found in Guildford or Horsham. Locally, there is a railway station at Gomshall that provides access to Guildford and Gatwick Airport, whilst from Guildford and Dorking there are fast and frequent services into London Waterloo and Victoria with journey times from 35 minutes. There is a huge choice of schools in the area, including Shere Infants, Peaslake Free School, Duke of Kent, Hurtwood House, Cranleigh, St Catherine's, Tormead, St Teresa's, Cranmore and many more. Recreational opportunities include a number of golf clubs within easy reach and some of the best walking, cycling and riding countryside in the South East.
The property sits in a secluded plot of 0.62 acres and is accessed from a highly sought after private road. To the front of the property is a large gravel driveway with plenty of room for parking and turning vehicles. Due to the position of the property within the plot there is the benefit of having areas of lawn to the south, west and east of the property which means that the most can be made of the sun throughout the day. There are areas of patio to the rear of the property which are ideal for entertaining and alfresco dining. The majority of the garden is south west facing and laid to lawn with mature trees, hedging and shrubs adding attractive detail to this wonderful space.
Guildford Borough Council Tel: 01483 505050 Tax band G. All mains services connected.
2 en suite shower rooms
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