This lovely five bedroom home is located in a highly regarded road midway between the station and High Street and in the Howard of Effingham School catchment area. The property was constructed approximately fifteen years ago and has a southerly backing garden. EPC Rating D.
This substantial family home was constructed around fifteen years ago and is located within walking distance of both the station and High Street. The house extends to just under 3,000 square feet and is arranged over two floors providing well balanced accommodation.
Upon entering the property you are greeted by a large covered entrance porch, which leads through to the spacious hallway. Double doors lead through to a very impressive sitting room with a huge inglenook fireplace and French doors out to the garden. Further double doors lead through to the dining room, which enjoys views over the rear garden.
From the hallway, there is access to the kitchen/breakfast room which comprises two distinct areas with the kitchen having a comprehensive range of eye and base units with a large expanse of worktops and integrated appliances, the breakfast area has space for a large dining table, there is a separate utility room with direct access to the garden.
The turning stairs lead from the hallway to the large galleried landing, the master bedroom has a dressing area with twin built-in wardrobes and a large en-suite bathroom with a four piece suite. The guest bedroom has an en-suite shower room and there are three further bedrooms along with a large family bathroom with four piece suite. The property has gas radiator heating and double glazing.
Bookham Village has a thriving High Street of local shops and restaurants, along with an excellent range of schools, both state and private, from Junior through to Senior age groups, most notably the highly regarded Howard of Effingham School.
Within walking distance of the house, is the station with its service to central London.
The M25 and A3 are close by providing routes to London, the coast and links to London's two main airports.
The area is also renowned for its countryside, with local landmarks being Box Hill and Polesden Lacey.
The larger towns of Leatherhead, Cobham and Guildford are all a short drive away, providing enhanced shopping and recreational facilities.