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Braddick House is very discreetly tucked away at the end of a private driveway and is set behind electronic security gates and benefits from generous garaging space.
As you walk into the impressive reception hall the elegant staircase rises up in front of you to the galleried landing. The formal reception rooms sit to your left with the cinema and study to your right but the most notable area, where you are likely to spend a great deal of time is right ahead of you. This large split level open plan room has been defined into several areas - the stunning kitchen with breakfast area, the dining area and the family/sitting area with partly glazed roof and opens out on to the terrace to the rear, ideal for summer parties and al-fresco dining. Unsurprisingly this room acts as the ‘hub’ for family life.
On the first floor all 5 bedrooms are generously proportioned with even the smallest being 13’3 x 10’8. The principal suite is a particularly lovely room with views over the rear gardens and door out on to a balcony/roof terrace.
To the rear the gardens are well screened from neighbouring properties by an impressive array of mature plants, shrubs and trees and a secondary terrace/patio has been installed towards the rear of the garden to take full advantage of the setting sun in the summers.
Ruxley Crescent, situated close to Claygate Common, is approximately 1.5 miles away from the quaint village centre of Claygate, which continues to retain a real sense of community. The station, is situated at the end of The Parade and offers a regular service to London Waterloo. The local area offers a wide range of sporting and recreational facilities such as golf courses, health & tennis clubs, rugby & cricket clubs and even a lawn bowls club. Those with an equine interest are well catered for as Sandown race course is nearby. Esher has a very popular ‘Everyman’ cinema and you can even try your hand at dry slope skiing or outdoor go-karting.
Both Claygate and Esher have an excellent selection of restaurants, pubs and coffee shops. Local independent and state schools include, Claygate Primary, Rowan and Shrewsbury Lodge.
The quaint village centre of Claygate retains a real sense of community; the station, situated at the end of The Parade offers a regular service to Waterloo. The area is well renowned for its highly regarded range of independent and state schools: Claygate Primary, Rowan and Shrewsbury Lodge are all close by. For the outdoor enthusiasts, there is extensive woodland nearby, with both public footpaths and bridleways.
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