Built in the 1930s, on a one and a half width plot, measuring approximately 0.25 of an acre, this detached period house has been in the same ownership for many years and now offers its new owner a unique opportunity to create a charming, character family home as is and has further potential to extend or possibly re-build, for which planning approval will need to be acquired. Set towards the end of an attractive residential cul de sac, it is in an ideal location in terms of the excellent local school's catchment area and accessability to the local village shops and Horsley station.
* Entrance Hallway
* Sitting room, double aspect with period fireplace
* Dining room
* Master bedroom with en-suite
* 3 further bedrooms
* Integrated double garage
- Refurbishment/Development opportunity (STPP)
- Private no through road
- 0.25 acres plot approx.
- Raleigh school catchment
- Approximately 0.5 miles to Horsley station and village centre
- Launch day Saturday 3rd March.
Garden and Exterior
Boasting a one and a half width's plot, the rear garden is generous and has the benefit of not being overlooked plus backing onto open playing fields. It is nicely screened on all sides with mature hedging and trees and is mainly laid to lawn providing a blank canvas to re-landscape. On the front aspect there is an area of lawn to the left and a tarmac driveway leading to the integrated double garage on the right.
The property is situated in a sought after private road, ideally located for access to East Horsley village, offering a good range of shops and every day amenities. The Raleigh Primary school is within a few minutes walk. and the station allows access to London Waterloo in approximately 45 minutes. For the motorist, the A3 and M25 (junction 10) are close by, allowing easy access to central London, both Heathrow and Gatwick airports, together with the South East's extensive communication network. The Surrey Hills - a designated area of outstanding natural beauty - is nearby offering some of the best walking, cycling and horse riding countryside to be found in the South East of England. The county town of Guildford is approximately 8 miles away, providing a wide range of shopping and recreational facilities.