Situated within a short walk of the village amenities and charmingly adjoining the picturesque village church of St Peter the Apostle, The Dewar House is a spacious, detached house which has been very well maintained by the present owners. Tucked away off a private drive, the house has origins to the later decades of the twentieth century and has external elevations in the classical, Georgian style with tile hanging to the first floor and multi-pane double glazed windows and external shutters to the first floor. Internally the accommodation is arranged over two floors and has a number of family living rooms which can be flexibly arranged to suit and includes six reception rooms leading off from the welcoming reception hall with its oak flooring. The kitchen/breakfast room is a fine space being comprehensively furnished with a full range of floor and wall cabinets, black granite work surfaces and integrated appliances, and leads through to the orangery which has a triple aspect and a ceiling lantern.
Bedrooms are laid out across the upper level and are all of excellent proportion. The principal suite has a large bedroom with an ensuite bath and shower and plenty of built-in storage. The remainder of this floor is given over to four further double bedrooms – one of which has an ensuite shower room - together with the family bathroom.
This attractive location is within a short walk of the charming village of Walton on the Hill, with its village pond and access on to the outstanding natural beauty of Walton Heath. The village has a selection of local shops, public houses, restaurants and a coffee shop. Reigate, Epsom and Dorking are all within easy reach and all provide excellent shopping, banking and leisure facilities. Sporting venues abound with golf nearby at Walton Heath, Surrey Downs and Kingswood, racing at Epsom along with excellent riding and walking.
The area has an excellent choice of schooling in both the state and private sectors including Chinthurst, Aberdour, Walton on the Hill Primary and Bramley.
Junction 8 of the M25 is just over 4 miles away, giving access to the national motorway network, Gatwick and Heathrow airports. London by rail from Tadworth Station takes approximately 52 minutes in to London Bridge.
Accessed via a private drive serving several properties, The Dewar House sits alongside and has views over the village church with its handsome, late nineteenth century flint elevations in the Gothic style. Adjoining the house are extensive garaging extending to in total 850 square feet, providing excellent covered parking and storage or with the potential to create ancillary accommodation to the main house – subject to any necessary building controls. To the front a gravelled drive sweeps in front of the house and to the garaging Gardens to front and rear are mature with large expanses of level, well-tended lawns, herbaceous borders with colourful perennials and shrubs, mature hedging and trees. To one side is a fine tennis court which has recently been refurbished. In total the grounds extend to approximately 0.8 acres (0.33 hectares.)
Wonderful Village Location
Spacious And Bright Accommodation In Excess of 3600 sq. ft
Five Reception Rooms Plus Garden Room
Five Bedrooms Two With Ensuite Facilities
Stunning Landscaped Gardens