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West Horsley
Guide £1,400,000 (Freehold)
  • 2
  • 5
  • 3
  • C

Set in a third of an acre plot, at the end of a well regarded, private road, an outstanding family home with a contemporary oak framed, barn style interior. EPC Rating (C)

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Bishopsmead Parade
East Horsley
KT24 6RT

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A refreshingly distinct and exemplary remodel of a 1950 ’s cottage to a substantial detached home which blends effortlessly into its village surroundings. The clever addition of a contemporary French oak frame to the interior provides stylish open plan living and serves as a key feature throughout. The current owners had a clear lifestyle vision to create their ideal family home with an everyday "feel good factor" akin to waking up on holiday and they certainly have successfully achieved this and more.

Stepping through the solid oak front door, the journey begins in the hallway with a feature wood and glass balustraded staircase which instantly sets the scene. The presiding theme throughout the house is the use of oak and glass to give a contemporary “barn ” style feel with an abundance of natural light. Attention to detail such as the oak doors with brushed steel handles together with traditional column radiators and pale wooden floors all contribute to a truly bespoke design.

The kitchen/diner/family room is simply stunning. An impressive space with double bi-fold doors opening onto the decking and garden beyond. The kitchen area has a vaulted ceiling which creates an instant wow factor along with the recently installed hand made, and hand painted, kitchen units, quality integrated appliances and a beautiful Belfast double sink. On the ground floor there are two further side by side reception rooms, a utility/downstairs shower room and a cloakroom/WC.

Upstairs, the huge oak frame continues to provide interesting vistas, particularly in the master bedroom, which again, has a spectacular vaulted ceiling and the landing really shows off a beautiful oak collar and purlins. The en-suite bathroom to the Master bedroom boasts a feature wash basin recessed into an original butchers block as well as underfloor heating. Adjacent to the Master bedroom with a connecting door is bedroom 4, which may also serve well as a nursing or dressing room. Furthermore, the three remaining bedrooms are all doubles, with the second floor space making an ideal teenage or guest room.

  • Raleigh School catchment area
  • Within a mile of the village centre and station
  • Set in a third of an acre plot
  • No through, private Road
  • Adventure play park
  • Open plan, barn style interior
  • Exterior cabin and storage units

Garden and Exterior

The rear garden offers a wide stretch of level lawn, enclosed and private with a backdrop of handsome mature oak trees on the rear boundary. Smart Millboard decking adjoins the back of the house with an adjacent area of patio made with reclaimed Indian sandstone paving. For those wanting a home office or a gym, there is an outdoor studio and in the opposite diagonal corner, there is a row of timber storage units currently in use for equestrian purposes. Children will be kept busy with the adventure play park whilst the expanse of lawn offers plenty of ball game opportunities. On the front, the house is tucked away at the end of pebble driveway which provides generous parking.


The Property is within a short walk of the Raleigh Primary school and is ideally located 0.8 mile away from East Horsley village, offering a good range of shops, every day amenities and Horsley station. 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 and leisure facilities.