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East Horsley
Asking Price £1,320,000 (Freehold)
  • 3
  • 4
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  • D

A traditional village family home with scope to extend (STPP), situated on a private, no through road, with a large garden measuring over a third of an acre. EPC Rating (D)

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Bishopsmead Parade
East Horsley
Surrey
KT24 6RT

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Description

Tucked away at the far end of a small, private cul de sac, a hugely appealing and distinctive family home, built in the classic Horsley 1930's style, yet modernised throughout, with impeccable presentation. This is a house which will most likely appeal to families needing generous accommodation, the excellent local school catchments as well as possibly the train station of which there is, conveniently, a choice of two.

The kitchen has been opened up to create a family dining space and offers the usual range of integrated appliances, built in double oven, gas hob, dishwasher, as well as an American fridge/freezer and a microwave. The room is double aspect and offers lovely views of the rear garden. Beyond the kitchen, there is a well laid out Utility room with space for washing machine and tumble dryer, sink plus an internal door to the garage.

At the other end of the house, there is generous rectangular shaped sitting room, triple aspect, with a feature bay window over looking the rear garden and a coal/wood burner with modern marble surround. Adjacent to this room, is the Family room, again with a fireplace and French doors leading to the patio.

Upstairs, the landing runs across the back of the house, providing pleasant views of the garden. The master bedroom has floor to ceiling fitted oak wardrobes built in a clever space saving design and the rectangular bay adds another dimension to the room. The en-suite bathroom has a walk in shower and benefits from natural light from the window to the front. There are three further double bedrooms on the first floor, each with some form of fitted storage.

The second floor was converted many years ago to offer two spacious loft rooms, hugely versatile with good storage and fitted velux windows. Currently in use as bedrooms, they would also make excellent teenage dens, TV rooms and or study's.

This house certainly lives up to its Welsh meaning for "large house" as it offers fabulous space, with potential to further extend, subject to the usual planning consents. It has been a much loved family home for many years and is now ready for its new occupants!

  • Quiet location
  • Potential to extend (STPP)
  • Large garden
  • Raleigh and Howard of Effingham school catchments
  • Horsley railway station 0.8 miles away and Effingham Junction railway station 1.1 miles.

Garden and Exterior

A beautiful, mature and very private garden of generous proportions awaits you, with a variety of mature trees and shrubs and a wide expanse of lawn stretching away from the rear of the house. It's a children's paradise, perfect for hide and seek, ball games and perhaps the odd bounce or two on a trampoline. On the front, there is driveway parking for several cars, in addition to the spacious garage.

Location

The property lies within a 10 minute walk of the centre of East Horsley village in a popular private residential close. Horsley and Effingham railway stations are both close by with the A3/M25 motorway links to London and the airports are within a five minute drive. There are village shops at Station Parade and Bishopsmead and further amenities are to be found in the nearby towns of Cobham and Guildford. East Horsley is surrounded by beautiful countryside, perfect for cycling, walking and horseriding.

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