Tucked away on a quiet lane, a beautiful, detached Victorian house offering over 2,500 square feet with a private south west facing garden and a detached double garage. No onward chain. EPC Rating (E)
- South-west facing garden
- Horsley station 2 miles by car
- Period, detached property
- Double garage
- Feature, inglenook fireplace
This handsome country Victorian house, situated in the thriving village of West Horsley, offers a unique opportunity to buy a period home of substantial proportions. Enlarged and updated over the years, the house now offers generous accommodation over two floors comprising of five bedrooms, two newly fitted bathrooms and three well appointed reception rooms. Typical characteristics such as high ceilings, feature fireplaces and large sash windows are all on display here combined with a modern kitchen opening into a traditional conservatory, used as a dining room with a 180 degrees view of the well tended rear garden.
The Drawing room has a splendid inglenook fireplace, whilst the fireplace in the Sitting Room has built in arched bookcases either side. Both these principal reception rooms are double aspect with large bay windows overlooking the side area of garden. The kitchen is fitted with a comprehensive range of wall and base units and has a central island as well as a built in Zanussi oven and hob, Bosch dishwasher and American Fridge freezer.
The central staircase rises up from the hallway to the first floor with a wide landing giving access to the bedrooms. Most of the rooms have fitted wardrobes and provide pretty views over the garden, neighbouring gardens and countryside beyond.
For those seeking an elegant, character family home with solid dimensions in a peaceful village location, this charming house will have strong appeal and present a swift buying option with no onward chain.
The property is situated in the charming village of West Horsley which has a traditional feel with two pubs and a local shop being very close at hand.
It is surrounded by unspoilt countryside with a network of footpaths and bridleways which will take you up to the nearby Sheepleas area of the Surrey Hills - a designated area of outstanding natural beauty - and onwards into the North Downs.
The larger village of East Horsley is approximately 2 miles away with its range of everyday shops and amenities together with the station which provides a regular commuter service into London Waterloo in approximately 45 minutes.
The A3 is within easy reach and provides quick access to the M25 and on to both Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
There are a number of good schools locally in both the private and state sectors, including Cranmore school, which is a short walk away.
The county town of Guildford is approximately 8 miles away providing extensive shopping, leisure and entertainment facilities.