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2 bedroom terraced house for sale

Horsham Road, Dorking

Sold STC £360,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Two bedrooms
  • Beautifully presented
  • Walking distance to the Town centre
  • Enclosed rear garden
  • Stunning large kitchen/diner
  • Updated bathroom
  • Bonus loft room
  • EPC - D
  • Period features
  • A part of St Paul's Parish

Full description

This well presented extended period property retains a feel of charm and character and features a great sized kitchen-dining room, unusual for a property of this size and age. The property is situated on the Horsham Road within a short walk of the hustle and bustle on Dorking’s South Street and High Street, with the mainline station being only 15 minutes away.

From the minute you walk through the door, you can see the attention to detail the current owners have added to make this property a real home. The accommodation is well proportioned and smartly presented. On the ground floor, the sitting room has a wonderful cosy feel with stripped wood floor and a feature fireplace. Next is the modern downstairs bathroom which is partly tiled and fitted with a modern suite including a shower unit over the bath, W/C and hand basin. Beyond here is the excellent sized kitchen-dining room benefiting from a range of base and eye level units, wooden worktops, butler sink and there is ample space for a dining room table and chairs. Furthermore, access can be gained to the westerly backing walled garden via the stable door.

From the sitting room stairs rise to the first floor landing where access can be gained to bedrooms 1 and 2. The main bedroom is a good size with a built in wardrobe and exposed brick chimney breast. Bedroom 2 enjoys views to the rear and access up to the second floor bonus loft room. Please note, the current owners have added this room, however, planning permission nor building regulations have been obtained.      

The westerly backing rear garden is walled on one side and fence-enclosed on the other. The garden itself is mainly laid to lawn with gated side access and a detached out house sitting to the rear of the garden. The property falls within the parish of St Pauls and also nearby is ‘The Nower’ and Dorking Tennis and Squash club.   

In summary, a fantastic character house offering lots of period features with great sized accommodation and a super kitchen, well worth your viewing time.  

Dorking town offers a comprehensive range of shopping, social, recreational and educational amenities with facilities for the commuter from one of three railway stations. Dorking railway station (Victoria and Waterloo in approx 50 minutes) being within close proximity (1 mile). The M25 is accessed seven miles north equidistant via the A24 to Leatherhead Junction 9 or the A25 to Reigate Junction 8. The general area is famous for its outstanding countryside including Ranmore and Boxhill (National Trust) and is ideal for the walking and riding enthusiast and Denbies, England’s largest vineyard, where they run daily tours.

Strictly by appointment through Seymours Estate Agents, 27 South Street, Dorking, RH4 7JZ.

We have not carried out a detailed survey, nor tested the appliances, mechanical or electrical fittings.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
07 July 2016


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