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This delightful and surprisingly spacious beautiful semi-detached house is set an desirable location on Holmbury Hill enjoying outstanding far reaching views across the Sussex Weald to the South Downs. The house is understood to have been built in 1910 and features well presented accommodation including a welcoming entrance hall with beautiful wood block floor which extends into the sitting room which has a wood burning stove. The kitchen/dining room has a tiled floor and a woodburner set on a quarry tiled hearth, and a range of bespoke oak kitchen units with oak work surfaces. There is a black Aga with a range of integrated Miele appliances including dishwasher, fridge/freezer, oven and hob. There is a modern cloakroom with a large shower. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, one single bedroom/study and a family bathroom. A spiral staircase rises from the landing to an impressive master bedroom with vaulted ceiling and windows to the front to make the most of the far reaching southerly views. The house is also equipped with Smart Home technology allowing you to control heating and lighting from your Smart phone or tablet.
The property sits on the southern side of Holmbury Hill, giving access to Hurtwood, immediately to the rear, this is an area well known for its excellent walking and cycling. Holmbury Hill is on the western fringes of Holmbury St. Mary, a most sought after location in the Surrey Hills. The village provides a church and two pubs. The towns of Dorking and Guildford are each readily accessible along the A25 and provide a comprehensive range of shopping, social, recreational and educational amenities and main line stations. Road communications are excellent, the A25 links with the A3 and A24 both providing access to the M25.
To the front of the property there is a mature wisteria and climbing rose. To the side is parking for one car. A door from the kitchen opens onto the rear terrace with useful log store. The rear garden is a fabulious feature of the property and is arranged on different levels with a bank of densely planted acers, ferns and shrubs with the stone steps rising to the first terrace. This is mainly laid to lawn and edged with deep borders packed with a mixture of herbaceous perennials, ferns and palms. A second set of stone steps take you to the decked area with a gate opening onto the surrounding woodland and the Greensand Way. The decking provides ample room for al-fresco dining and relaxing while you appreciate the truly wonderful views also on this level there is a summer house, with power and light.
The garden to the rear is terraced with three lawned levels and a patio area nearest the house. Once again the views from the rearmost of the gardens are spectacular.
Cloakroom with Shower
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