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Guide Price £750,000 (Freehold)
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This beautiful Grade II listed home was built in the mid 1800's and is now offered for sale, having been upgraded by our clients. The property has the added advantage of a double garage and parking for a number of cars, being located only a few hundred yards from the centre of Bookham village. EPC Rating F.

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This pretty period property will not fail to impress with its quality. On entering the hallway there is a solid wood floor which runs throughout the dining room and sitting room. The ground floor cloakroom has been re-fitted and has ample space for coats etc. The sitting room is double aspect and has a window seat overlooking the garden and a feature fireplace. The dining room is also double aspect and is a great size for a large dinner party.

The triple aspect kitchen/breakfast room has a comprehensive range of eye and base units with Miele induction hob with extractor above and built-in oven, there is an integrated dishwasher, under worktop fridge with granite worktops and tiled floor, a part glazed door leads to the garden and utility room which has ample space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer.

From the hallway the stairs lead to the large window lit landing, the master bedroom has built-in wardrobes, period fireplace and a luxury en-suite shower room, being fully tiled and has an over sized shower. There are two further bedrooms both of which have period fireplaces and a stunning family bathroom with free standing bath, wash basin and W.C.

The property has gas radiator heating and retained many period features with stripped wood doors throughout.

For Council Tax Band and refuse collection please see Mole Valley District Council ‘My Mole Valley ’ where you will find information on this property.

Garden and Exterior

A large gravel driveway leads to the property, which has parking for a number of cars and leads to a double garage with individual up and over doors. Side access leads to the enclosed rear garden where there is a covered paved terrace with the rest laid to lawn and being fully enclosed.


Townshott Close is a wonderful central location only a few hundred yards from the High Street with its excellent range of independent traders, local doctors and dentists. Bookham is renowned for its schooling with both junior and senior schools within walking distance. Bookham station is around a mile away with its train service to London Waterloo and the County town of Guildford. Access to London's two main airports is via the M25 which is around a five minute drive away.