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East Horsley
Asking Price £1,175,000 (Freehold)
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An immaculately presented, detached chalet style property, set in over half an acre with a spectacular west facing garden. EPC Rating (D)

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Bishopsmead Parade
East Horsley
KT24 6RT

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This handsome chalet style property will appeal to those seeking a more leafy, rural location, with plenty of outdoor space and a definite sense of privacy and peace. The interior of the house presents beautifully, with a very stylish and contemporary theme plus an open plan layout.

Stepping from the verandah-style porch area into the smart hallway, the expectation is immediately met with a ceramic tiled floor, oak doors and a glass balustrade on the stairs rising to the first floor. The entrance hallway leads you into the Kitchen/Diner/Family room which provides open views of the extensive rear garden from two sets of French doors. This is undoubtedly the hub of the house, designed in an L-shape, open plan room which is sought after by many. There is an attractive log burning stove with an exposed chimney and wood flooring throughout this room adding to the contemporary feel. The kitchen is a slick combination of grey granite work tops, including a circular breakfast bar, and slate and cream contrasting coloured cupboard units. There is an integrated dishwasher, a stainless steel double oven, an electric hob and space for an American fridge/freezer.

Beyond the kitchen is the formal lounge, a naturally light and well proportioned room with double aspect windows and glazed sliding doors to the garden. In its current set up, the house offers three double bedrooms with the third on the ground floor. This would work well as a guest bedroom as it has use of the downstairs bathroom/Utility opposite. However the beauty of this type of property is that the accommodation can be arranged flexibly to suit and therefore could be used as a Study or Playroom.

Upstairs, a welcome feature awaits you in the form of an open landing area with French doors opening into a Juliette balcony. This space could be a study or an informal seating area, where one can sit and contemplate the magnificent views! Both bedrooms are accessed from this landing in addition to the family bathroom and a dressing room. The main bedroom again has sliding French doors onto a roof terrace and a feature picture window behind the space for the bed, together with more built in storage.

With its westerly rear facing views, this is definitely a house where one can watch the sun go down!

  • West facing rear aspect
  • Private, semi-rural location
  • Fantastic location for dog lovers!
  • Roof terrace
  • Flexible accommodation to suit

Garden and Exterior

Undoubtedly, one of the key selling points of this property is its extensive rear garden which stretches over 250 feet away from the back of the house, gated at the far end, providing easy access onto Sheepleas. It is mostly laid to lawn, extremely private with a desirable West facing aspect. There is an area of patio adjoining the house, including an attractive, covered area, from which one can sit and enjoy the views. A winding path takes you up the garden to another raised, decked seating area, together with shed, passing some well planted borders and mature shrubbery. On the front, there is driveway parking for several cars in addition to the garage. Access to the house is via an electric gate.


The property is located on the outskirts of the village in a delightful semi-rural position, close by is Ranmore Common and the Sheepleas providing miles of unspoilt countryside in which to walk, cycle and horse ride. The village of East Horsley is nearby providing a range of everyday shops and amenities together with the station (Waterloo approx. 45 minutes). The A3 is a short drive providing access to the M25 (Junction 10), central London and Heathrow and Gatwick. Schooling is well catered for within the area in both the state and private sectors. The market town of Guildford is about 8 miles away offering comprehensive shopping, leisure and entertainment facilities.