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East Horsley
Asking Price £2,250,000 (Freehold)
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On a well regarded, private road less than half a mile from Horsley station, a modern, contemporary house built in a traditional Surrey house style, on over a third of an acre plot, with a detached Garden room/Gym, and a double garage. EPC Rating (B)

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Bishopsmead Parade
East Horsley
KT24 6RT

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Built in 2013 to a high specification and further upgraded by the current owners, this wonderful family home is on the market for the first time since new and is offered for sale in show house condition.

Spacious accommodation of over 4,000 sq ft arranged over two floors, with the double garage and gym/garden room adding a further 500 sq ft, the house is well suited to modern family living with a mature, professionally landscaped garden and a short walk to the village centre and mainline station.

The wide entrance hallway beautifully sets the scene and is laid to contemporary oak flooring with a feature curved oak and wrought iron staircase rising to the first floor. There is a mix of formal and informal rooms leading off with two bay windowed receptions on the front and an attractive formal sitting room on the rear which has a large stone fireplace and glazed bi-fold doors to the garden.

The large open plan kitchen/breakfast/family is a well designed area and is without doubt the hub of the home, with again, a wall of glass bi-fold doors providing that seamless transition between outdoors and indoors. The kitchen is a bespoke "Moore by design" with a central island/breakfast bar, boasting a range of Miele and Siemens integrated appliances including three eye level ovens and a coffee machine. The utility/boot room, complete with dog shower, has space for a washing machine and tumble drier as well as integrated wine fridge. There is an internal door to the garage and an external door to the side return.

From the hallway, the stairs lead up to the generous first floor landing providing access to all the bedroom accommodation and the family bathroom. There is plenty of fitted storage in all the rooms including the landing. All four bathrooms have Villeroy and Boch sanitaryware and are presented in pristine condition and have been upgraded in places since new. The master bedroom has a vaulted ceiling, and a spectacular apex window, with French doors opening onto a Juliette balcony, providing an elevated view across the garden. There is a generous en-suite bathroom with his and her sinks, separate walk-in shower and stand alone bath and low level built-in shoe storage, in addition to the two walk-in dressing areas.

The Gables will undoubtedly have instant appeal for those seeking a substantial modern family home in impeccable order. The location is prime, set within a peaceful tree lined residential road with direct access into woods, yet just a 12 minute walk to the station and village centre.

  • 12 minute walk to Horsley station
  • Sought after private road in the village
  • Over a 1/3 of an acre plot
  • Over 4,000 sq foot of accommodation
  • Crown Pavilion Garden Room
  • Under floor heating throughout
  • Sonos system with integrated ceiling speakers in Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen, Study and Master En Suite
  • Rainwater harvester

Garden and Exterior

The approach to the house is via a private and peaceful residential road lined with mature lime trees. On the front, is a sweeping carriage driveway with generous parking in addition to the integrated double garage. At the rear, the garden is professionally landscaped with steps leading up from the patio to a wide area of lawn edged with well stocked borders and a path leading to an additional patio in front of the newly constructed Crown Pavilion garden studio, currently in use as a home gym.


The Gables is situated in this popular private road, within walking distance of the village centre with its library, bank and a variety of shops, as well as the railway station which has a journey time of approximately 45 minutes into London Waterloo. The A3 and M25 are close by, providing a link into central London and both Gatwick and Heathrow. There is a wide range of schooling locally in both the state and private sector, whilst the county town of Guildford is approximately 8 miles away with excellent shopping and recreational facilities.