A sensational modern home right in the heart of the village community with classic period style elevations, contemporary design and impeccable quality. Living space is particularly well proportioned, perfectly suited to modern life and offering a certain flexibility of use. Principal accommodation of a generous size, hand-built and bespoke kitchen dining room, a large open plan sitting room and a comprehensive master suite, a beautifully fitted dressing room and ensuite shower room are all on the first floor to provide superior views over the gardens and village centre. Throughout the first floor there are high vaulted ceilings with exposed oak joists and beams as well as polished oak floors and twin French doors leading from the sitting room onto a large decked terrace with steps to the garden. The ground floor provides for another super bedroom suite, two further double bedrooms which could provide further reception space, a luxurious family bathroom, a utility room and an office. The property exudes quality and detail at every turn with faultless joinery, Villeroy & Boch and Hansgrohe bathroom fittings, hand built, bespoke wardrobes and storage, beautiful sealed unit sash windows, granite work surfaces and an array of Neff and Siemens kitchen appliances. Environmental efficiency and sustainability are at the forefront of the design, with a ground source heat pump providing the under floor heating throughout the property.
Within the Surrey Hills, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Great Landscape Value, Peaslake is right at the heart of this glorious countryside whilst being within easy reach of a range of amenities. It is a thriving community with a parish church, the renowned Hurtwood Inn pub and restaurant, a popular village school, village hall and an excellent general store and 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. Recreational opportunities include a number of golf clubs within easy reach in addition to some of the best walking, cycling and riding countryside in the South East.
The house is set back from the lane behind a brick paved driveway which provides parking and access to the fabulous detached studio. The studio is adjacent to the house and would be ideal as a home office, gym or hobbies room. Principally the garden lies to the rear and faces West with lightly terraced lawns that rise to the rear, bordered by mature tress and shrubs that provide a good degree of privacy and seclusion. There are planted rockeries and a lower paved terrace abutting the house. The raised deck links to the garden via steps and has the effect of extending the sitting room to enjoy the afternoon and evening sun.
Guildford Borough Council Tel: 01483 505050. Tax band D. Mains water and electricity. No gas. Ground source heat pump.
Dressing Room to Master Bedroom