A charming and well-presented end of terrace house situated in a most sought-after village just south of Dorking. Forming the end of this pretty terrace, the property is very well located for the commuter having excellent access to the A24, while having country walks and village amenities on the doorstep. The cottage was built circa 1863 and has accommodation arranged over two floors, with a traditional layout and a wealth of period charms including a brick fireplace with wood burning stove, wood floors and a delightful country-style kitchen. The kitchen is a particular highlight, having space for a range cooker, innovative storage, a breakfast bar and ample room for appliances. The kitchen leads out to the garden via a charming stable door.
On the ground floor is a double aspect sitting room and open plan modern kitchen with dining area, from which stairs rise to the first floor. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, both with fitted storage, and a modern family bathroom with both bath and waterfall shower.
Within the garden there is a detached recently renovated home office with light and power, which provides an excellent provision for home workers or as leisure accommodation such as a gym or craft room.
At the front of the property there is a gravel driveway leading to a fenced front garden. A path leads alongside the house to the rear, where there is a charming low-maintenance garden with a good size paved patio partially covered with a timber pergola ideal for climbing plants and perfect for alfresco entertaining under the mature grapevine, an artificial grass lawn, mature borders and raised vegetable beds at the rear.
The property enjoys a pleasant semi-rural setting in Holmwood, situated to the south of Dorking. There is a wealth of green space to explore nearby such as the beautiful Surrey Hills and Holmwood Common which is maintained by the National Trust. This includes 650 acres of Holmwood Common situated opposite. It is approximately only 5 miles to the popular and award winning Denbies Wine Estate. The village itself offers day to day amenities including a preschool, doctor’s surgery, convenience store and The Holly & Laurel Emporium for a wide range of antiques and homeware, as well as a charming tearoom. The property is close to transport links including the A24 and bus routes at Dorking (4.2 miles). Dorking station offers fast services to both Victoria and Waterloo, while Deepdene station gives access to the Reading/Tonbridge line and nearby Holmwood station provides alternative services to London Victoria and Horsham. Gatwick Airport is easily reached in around 11 miles.
Recently Renovated Detached Office
Total of Approx. 809 Sq Ft