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Crossways is a most attractive double fronted five bedroom detached family house understood to have been built in 1928, situated in this sought-after private road. The delightful character home has many original features including open fireplaces, stained glass windows and wood block flooring. The spacious and adaptable accommodation commences with a large hallway with a wood block floor and leads to the double aspect drawing room with an open fire. The dining room also has an open fire, wood block floor and a bay window to front. A further door from the hall leads to the fifth bedroom/study with en-suite bathroom. The kitchen is set at the rear of the house with a range of solid oak fronted wall and base units with granite worktops with many integrated appliances. From the kitchen a step leads down to a porch area where there is a useful pantry and another small room housing a new boiler. There is a side door to the garden and a side decked area. A beautiful oak staircase sweeps up to the first floor from the hallway to a large landing leading to four good sized bedrooms. The family bathroom has been recently re-fitted to a high standard with bath and a separate shower with an adjacent separate WC. The loft is a good size and has potential to convert to additional accommodation, subject to planning approvals. Outside, the front garden is mainly laid to lawn being well enclosed by mature hedging and shrubs with a private driveway leading to the front of the house. On the opposite side of the house is another driveway providing parking for 1-2 cars. There is a seating area to the side of the house and an original air raid shelter. In all the plot extends to about 0.25 of an acre.
The property is set in a "no through road" in a highly regarded area, readily accessible to the town centre, local schools and the railway station. Dorking town offers a comprehensive range of shopping, social, recreational and educational amenities with a commuter service to London (Victoria and Waterloo). The M25 can be accessed at Junction 9 (Leatherhead) via the A24 and is approximately eight miles distant.
Upkeep of road £75p.a.
Cloakroom with Shower
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