A bright and modernised semi-detached family home dating back to the 1930s, situated in an elevated setting on a popular road within a mile of the town centre. The property also benefits from delightful landscaped gardens, wonderful rear views and off-street parking.
The property has well-presented accommodation throughout which is arranged in a versatile layout affording plenty of space to relax and enjoy time together as a family. Internally the décor perfectly marries the period character of the house and a more contemporary style, with a neutral colour scheme, dado rails and exposed brick fireplace being key highlights of the reception space. To the front of the house there is a porch leading to the main accommodation, which comprises a spacious bay-fronted open plan sitting/dining room separated by the fireplace, and a stunning fully fitted kitchen to the rear appointed with gloss units, wood work surfaces and a number of integrated appliances including a range cooker and feature extractor fan. The space is further enhanced by a roof lantern providing excellent natural light and a breakfast bar. The ground floor also benefits from a utility room with space for laundry machines and a cloakroom.
On the first floor, the three bedrooms are arranged together around a central landing, including a main bedroom with a bay window and wardrobe storage, two further bedrooms and a family bathroom with bath and shower facilities.
The rear garden extends to about 100 ft and is landscaped in a series of tiers affording stunning views, in particular from a raised terrace which has a lovely outlook over the valley. The garden is well stocked with an array of mature trees, shrubs, flower beds and artificial lawn, all of which combine to provide colour and interest throughout the year. To the front there is a further tiered section of garden also stocked with a variety of blooms, with an off-street parking area to the front.
South Terrace is a sought-after residential road with easy access to the plentiful amenities of the town centre and the lovely countryside of the Surrey Hills. Dorking town centre offers a variety of individual shops, restaurants, pubs and supermarkets. Dorking station offers fast services to both Victoria and Waterloo, while 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 general area is famous for its outstanding countryside, much of which is under National Trust ownership with opportunities for walking and cycling. Also nearby is Denbies, England’s largest vineyard. Good local schools include St Pauls, Ashcombe, St Martin’s Primary and The Priory School.
Total of 968 sq ft