A detached property located in this popular road midway between the village centre and the station with its service to London Waterloo. There is scope to upgrade and improve and is offered for sale with no onward chain.
EPC: D, Council Tax Band: G.
- Popular road close to the common and station
- Scope to upgrade and enlarge STP
- Three separate reception rooms
- Three bedrooms and two bathrooms
- Separate kitchen
- Secluded garden laid mainly to lawn
- Garage and large driveway
- Walk of the High Street
Bookham is a vibrant, picturesque village surrounded by glorious countryside yet within easy reach of London.
In order to protect Bookham's historic charm, a lot of Bookham High Street and Church Road is in a conservation area. In fact, the village dates back to the Saxon settlement of Bocham, "the village by the Beeches". With thriving local shops, cafes and restaurants including a butcher, fishmonger, greengrocer, bakeries, gift shops, Post Office and small supermarket, Bookham has everything for day-to-day living.
Bookham's railway station, on the London Waterloo line has a journey time of around 55 minutes to Waterloo, ideal for commuting. The M25 can be joined at junction 9 with easy access to Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
Surrounded by National Trust countryside, open farmland, woods and commons, Bookham is ideal for families, walkers, runners, cyclists and horse-riding. Polesden Lacey, a National Trust house and gardens is just over a mile away from Bookham High Street.
The area is served by well-regarded schools in both the private and state sectors.