An outstanding semi detached Victorian villa incorporating fabulous contemporary interior and exterior design features whilst retaining and enhancing much of the original character of the original house. This stunning home offers spacious and adaptable accommodation commencing in the reception hall with oak panelled walls with concealed door to the shower room/cloakroom. The sitting room is a lovely room with wide bay window to front with exposed brick chimney breast with wood burning stove. The study is fully fitted with built in concealed storage cupboards. The kitchen/dining room features a contemporary style kitchen incorporating high gloss, contemporary units with quartz stone work tops with glass up-stands. The built-in appliances comprise a induction hob with fan oven, oven/grill/microwave and warming drawer, concealed extractor, dishwasher and an American style fridge/freezer. Full height, triple fold-back doors open onto the rear garden. A particular feature is the exposed, rustic brick wall in the sitting area, with lights set into the floor beneath and a built-in wood-burning stove. The high ceiling incorporates inset speakers and spotlights with Lutron controls. The limestone tiled floor has underfloor heating and a further door leads into the utility room. Steps lead down from the entrance hall to a lower level basement room currently used as a bedroom with separate shower room. On the first floor landing there is access to the useful loft, three good sized bedrooms and the bathroom which is fully tiled. One wall feature-tiled and there are contrasting black marble floor tiles with underfloor heating. There is a Japanese style bath with mixer tap, hand held shower and bathroom TV inset into the tiles, rectangular basin and separate WC.
This delightful property sits within a conservation area in Dorking town centre with it's excellent recreational, educational and shopping facilities. Dorking station offers services to both Victoria and Waterloo and the Deepdene Station gives access to the Reading/Tonbridge line. The A24 provides access to the M25 at Leatherhead with Gatwick and Heathrow International airports being readily accessible.
The property is approached over a block paved driveway with space for two vehicles . Both the front and rear gardens have a contemporary and low maintenance style. The rear garden has a bring the "outside in" feel and flows well from the house. The rear garden is finished in cream tiles, wood decking with wood trellis fencing to the borders. The outdoor living space is complemented with an open fireplace, built-in gas BBQ and double burner gas hob with cupboards and drawers beneath and lighting over. There is a corner bed with tropical plants and concealed lighting and a raised decking area. There are also further outside lights and power points. A gate leads to a large, covered storage shed along the side of the house, ideal for cycle and log storage. Both front and rear gardens have irrigation systems and timers.