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A beautifully presented central part of a Victorian mansion built 1842 which has been subject to extensive and sensitive renovation in recent years including new windows. The property has a special character feel with light and airy accommodation and many character features. There is a reception hallway with a slate floor which leads to an inner hall with ample space for a study area/work station together with a cloakroom and a staircase to a first floor galleried landing. The kitchen breakfast room is comprehensively fitted with range of colour washed units with granite work surfaces complimented by a limed oak floor. There is a separate walk in utility cupboard with a washing machine and also a door to the garden. The dining room has a herringbone pattern parquet floor and a fireplace, with window overlooking the garden. The elegant sitting room also has a parquet floor, a most attractive working fireplace with ornate mantle and French doors opening on to the garden.The cellar provides a ideal dry store area with access via timber stairway. The principal bedroom has extensive built in storage and an ensuite shower. There are three further bedrooms and a beautifully fitted bathroom with roll topped bath and separate shower. The property has an enclosed private garden access by a close boarded gate and is partly walled. There is an area of timber decking and raised shrub boarders with a shaped lawn. A single garage is located in a block nearby.
The property is located on the north eastern outskirts of Dorking. A charming historic market town with a comprehensive range of specialist shops, cafes and restaurants, social, recreational and educational amenities, with facilities for the commuter from Dorking railway station (Victoria and Waterloo), being within close proximity. The M25 is approached via the A24 and accessed at Junction 9 (Leatherhead approximately seven miles to the north). Also nearby there are a number of areas of protected countryside including the well known Boxhill National Trust Park, Denbys Vineyard together with areas designated as areas of outstanding natural beauty and the Surrey Hills.
Kitchen Breakfast Room
Master Bedroom/Ensuite Shower
Three Further Bedrooms
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