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Recently renovated and beautifully designed, this former coach house has been finished to a very high standard. The large window openings, high ceilings and natural light of the original building are now complemented by modern insulation to walls, ceilings, floors and roof spaces. High quality Evolution Storm2 maintenance free windows, large glass doors to garden spaces, a newly tiled roof, stylish interior and modern zoned underfloor heating system to the ground floor, provide the ease of contemporary living in a characterful old building.
The substantial entrance hall has direct access to the large kitchen fitted with an extensive range of modern units and wonderful large windows. Open access from the kitchen and hallway lead to a lofty dining/family room space, with wooden flooring and large glass doors to outside. A cloakroom and utility room are situated off the hallway, which also leads to a large living room featuring a partially vaulted ceiling and stunning bifold doors, opening fully to the generous patio and the garden beyond.
The first floor of The Coach House also benefits from high ceilings and much natural light. There are four good sized bedrooms, two with double aspect windows. There are three well designed ensuite shower rooms and a further large family bathroom accessed from the main landing. Bathrooms are all fitted with Roca sink units, illuminated bathroom cabinets and good size showers. The family bathroom features a large shower/bath.
Set in a popular and leafy residential area to the south of Dorking town centre, with some of Surrey’s finest and most unspoilt countryside on the doorstep. The town centre offers excellent recreational, educational and shopping facilities. The nearby A24 provides access to the south and the M25 at Leatherhead with Gatwick and Heathrow International airports being readily accessible. The general area is famous for its outstanding countryside including the North Downs and Box Hill, much of which is under National Trust ownership with opportunities for walking and cycling. Also nearby are Dorking Golf Club, Denbies, England’s largest vineyard, and good local schools including Ashcombe, St Johns Primary and The Priory School. TRAIN SERVICES: Dorking station offers fast services to both Victoria and Waterloo, while Dorking West and Deepdene Stations gives access to the Reading/Tonbridge line.
The property is approached via a stunning, newly laid grey block-paved driveway which also provides parking adjacent to the front door. The rear garden has a favourable open southerly aspect with a good sized patio and newly turfed lawn. Close board fencing and native hedging provide privacy. The garden wraps around the side of the house to a cosy area of decking which is easily accessible from the kitchen for secluded alfresco meals. External taps, lights and electrical sockets have been fitted.
4 Ensuite Bath/shower-rooms
Spacious living room
Dining Room/family Room
Ground floor underfloor heating
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