Lutidine House is a beautiful red brick period building in Ripley that was converted in 2015 into a collection of very comfortable and superbly finished apartments. Sitting in a wonderful position just across the road from Ripley Green puts it within just a short walk of Ripley High Street and its eclectic array of local shops, pubs and restaurants. The apartment sits on the first floor and is presented in "as new" condition and has a wonderful sense of light and space to it with well planned and thoughtfully laid out accommodation. The main living space is a large open plan area where the kitchen is superbly fitted out with a comprehensive collection of units and integrated appliances. This is a particularly bright double aspect room which has a certain degree of flexibility to the way in which it can be used. The bedroom is also situated on the back and has a large built in wardrobe while the adjacent bathroom is beautifully fitted out with a modern contemporary suite. All of the accommodation leads from a substantial entrance hall where to one side is a Juliet balcony with floor to ceiling sliding doors that creates a very pleasing first impression for the apartment.
Just along the road is Ripley village with its interesting collection of shops, cafes and restaurants while behind the High Street is what is believed to be one of the largest village greens in the country. Woking, West Byfleet and Guildford are all within just a few minutes' drive of Lutidine House and at either end of the village is access to the A3 both north and south. Woking has an excellent commuter station that runs into Waterloo while a more local service can be found at Clandon which is just a few minutes' drive from the property.