This characterful home is built in a traditional style with partially tile-hung front elevations and attractive bay windows, typical of its 1930s origins. Internally there are a number of character features including ceiling roses, original fireplaces and coving. The house would benefit from updating throughout. The location is the star attraction of the home, being located on the favourable southern edge of Leatherhead on one of the town’s premier roads, within easy reach of walking in the Surrey Hills at Box Hill and Mickleham.
The accommodation briefly comprises an entrance hall with cloakroom leading to a double aspect study, sitting room, dining room leading to the garden and a kitchen/breakfast room with utility cupboard. On the first floor there are four double bedrooms and two bathrooms. There are lovely views from a number of the upstairs bedrooms and out over the garden to the rear.
There is a potential building plot (subject to the required planning permission) by using part of the rear garden
The property is situated within a generous corner plot with a charming front garden to the front accessed via a pedestrian gate. The rear garden is particularly well stocked with mature shrubs and trees around the boundary, providing a secluded feel to the central lawn. There is a raised patio terrace joining the house which is ideal for outdoor entertaining. There is a detached garage to the rear approached over a private parking area.
The historic market town of Leatherhead is surrounded by spectacular countryside and acts as a gateway to the beautiful Surrey Hills. There is easy access from Junction 9 of the M25 with both Gatwick and Heathrow an easy drive. The town is both a popular centre of commerce and also offers a vibrant community with a selection of shops, good schools in both the state and private sector, restaurants, cinema/theatre and pubs. The mainline station has fast commuter services into London in around 35 minutes. There is excellent walking and riding country locally at Box Hill, Mickleham Downs and Headley Heath. The river Mole is also close by and there is a working farm attraction, Bocketts Farm Park which is popular with families.
Two bath/shower rooms