A substantial family home that extends to in excess of 3,000 square feet. Located in a popular road within walking distance of Bookham High Street and also the catchment of the Howard of Effingham secondary school. EPC Rating C.
- A family home in a popular road extending to in excess of 3,000 square feet
- Three separate reception rooms and large hallway
- Kitchen/breakfast room leading onto the garden
- Master bedroom with en suite bathroom
- Guest suite with en suite shower room
- Three further bedrooms and family bathroom
This superb, quality home is arranged over two floors and has a large entrance hallway with excellent storage and a luxury cloakroom. There are double part glazed doors leading to steps down into the formal drawing room, which has a vaulted ceiling, inglenook style fireplace and double French doors opening onto the rear terrace.
The ground floor also has a double aspect family room and separate study, both of which are off the hallway and have wood flooring. The kitchen/dining room has double, part glazed doors and the room is two distinct areas, with the dining area having a feature fireplace and double French doors leading onto the rear terrace; the kitchen area has an excellent range of eye level and base units with granite worktops and a breakfast bar with space for bar stools. There is a feature tiled floor and vaulted ceiling.
From the hallway the stairs lead to the large first floor window lit landing, with the master bedroom having a walk in wardrobe and luxury en-suite bathroom, with bath and separate shower cubicle. There are four further bedrooms, one of which has a luxury en-suite shower room. The family bathroom is finished to a very high standard and has a freestanding bath with separate walk in shower.
Properties of this quality rarely come to the market and the house was extended and renovated only some 10 years ago, a viewing of this home will not disappoint.
Groveside is a popular road within walking distance of both Bookham High Street and open countryside that leads across to Dorking and Polesden Lacey. The area has an excellent selection of both state and private schools across both junior and secondary age groups, most notably St Teresa's, Manor House and The Howard of Effingham. Bookham High Street has a good mix of both shops and restaurants and the larger towns of Leatherhead and Cobham are both a short drive away, as is the M25, providing routes to London's two main airports. Bookham station provides services to London Waterloo and is around a twenty minute walk away. .