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This attractive semi-detached Victorian property is well suited to family life and benefits from a flexible layout, presented in a good condition and arranged over two floors with accommodation of good proportions and mostly neutral décor. Access from a side door, the accommodation comprises a 23ft living room with two fireplaces (one open, one with a log burner), a study and boot room. The living space has been extended to include a stunning open plan kitchen/dining room, cloakroom/shower rioom and family room with bifold doors opening to the garden. The kitchen is a particular highlight, with its impressive vaulted ceiling with Velux windows providing excellent natural light. There is ample space for day-to-day dining and entertaining and counter space including a sizeable central island with gas hob and boiling water tap. There are a number of fitted appliances including a coffee machine, a fridge, freezer and dishwasher, with an adjacent utility room. On the first floor are four bedrooms, three with fitted wardrobes. This includes the master bedroom which has an en suite shower-room. A family bathroom completes the accommodation.
The property is situated down a small private road just off a country lane in the village of Westhumble, which lies between the towns of Dorking and Leatherhead at the base of Box Hill and is an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, much of which is owned by the National Trust. Within walking distance are many country walks plus the Stepping Stones gastropub and Denbies Wine Estate, while Dorking is 1.8 miles south and offers a variety of high street and independent shops, theatre, cinema, swimming pool and sports centre and three railway stations, though Westhumble and Boxhill Station is walkable (0.2 miles) and provides direct rail links to London Victoria & Waterloo. Within easy reach is the A24 leading to the M25 and connections to Heathrow and Gatwick airports. Within 0.25 of a mile, London’s 465 bus route to Kingston via Surbiton mainline where Wimbledon is reached in 7 minutes. Ideally located in for good state schools including Ashcombe secondary school and St Martin’s Primary school. The nearby village of Mickleham has St Michael’s infant school/nursery.
With views to Box Hill from the front, the property is set back behind a beautifully maintained front garden with flowerbeds and shrubs, lawn and a gravel drive providing ample parking. A five-bar gate leads to a parking area to the side where there is a front door and access to the westerly rear garden with an extensive lawn area enclosed by wooden panel fencing and tall hedges, with a number of specimen trees to the rear where there is a raised terrace affording views towards Box Hill. Adjacent to the house there is an expansive paved patio with doors opening from the family room and kitchen, creating an indoor-outdoor entertaining space. There is a bespoke large shed useful for bikes and gardening equipment.
3 bath/shower rooms (1 en suite)
open plan kitchen/dining room
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