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Asking Price £999,950 (Freehold)
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Set on a delightful southerly facing plot approaching 1/3 acre, this detached five bedroom family home built in 1922, is ideally located for both renowned local schools and the village of Bookham. EPC Rating E.

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This characterful family home is set on a stunning plot ideal for families who require both spacious accommodation as well as a garden ideal for children to safely play in.

The entrance lobby leads via a glazed door in to the inner reception hall. The dining room looks out over the front of the property, the living room is dual aspect with a log fire with feature surround. French doors lead to the large conservatory that spans across most of the rear of the house.

The kitchen/breakfast room has plenty of wall and base level storage, a built-in breakfast table complete with bench seats. There is an integrated dishwasher, oven, electric hob, fridge and freezer. A door leads through to both the cloakroom and the utility, with space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. A further door leads in to the 1 1/2 car width garage complete with personal door to the garden. The kitchen also has direct access to the conservatory.

The turning staircase leads to the first floor, the master bedroom is dual aspect with built-in storage and there is an en-suite shower room. In addition, there are four further double bedrooms, two with built-in wardrobes and a family bathroom with white suite.

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

Undoubtedly the southerly facing garden that extends to some 185 feet is an absolute highlight of this home. There is a terraced area spanning across the rear of the house offering plenty of space for alfresco dining and views of the meticulously maintained lawn with mature borders and shrubs as well as a magnificent copper beech tree. For those that like to grow their own fruit and vegetables, the far end of the garden is set out for this very purpose with fruit nets along with a greenhouse behind an evergreen hedge providing screening from the main lawned area. The vendors also have a workshop ideal as a hobbies room or potentially for a home office or studio.

To the front of the house is a carriage driveway affording parking for a number of vehicles. There is a side gate leading to the enclosed rear garden.


The house is just over a mile from Bookham with it's wide range of shops and amenities including those that offer mostly locally produced items.

This area is renowned for excellent local schools providing education in both the state and private sector. The house is located within the current catchment area for the Howard of Effingham School. There is convenient access to the M25 at junction 9 as well as the A3. Heathrow and Gatwick airports are of a similar distance to the house. Bookham station provides regular rail services to London and Guildford.