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Grade two listed cottage with views
Guide price £675,000

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  • Grade two listed cottage with views

  • 2 Bedrooms

Guide price £675,000

Full property description

  • A truly special Grade II listed cottage, offering over 1100 sq ft of bright, spacious accommodation with a wonderful blend of original period and character features further benefitting from off street parking, a delightful garden and picturesque views across farmland and the winding River Mole.

    Situated along the highly sought after private road 'The Borough' just a few moments away from everything the pretty village of Brockham has to offer including the village shop, excellent butchers, bus stop, nursery, doctor's surgery and poplar local school.

    The delightful cottage bursting with character has been beautifully decorated throughout typically in keeping with a property of this era. As soon as you step through the front door you are met with the warm welcoming feel that this wonderful cottage offers, there is no surprise that this has been a much-loved home for the past 26 years. The impressive dual aspect living room with charming inglenook fireplace is an excellent 22'6 x 12'1 ft offering plenty of space for a generous three piece suite and cleverly built in under stairs storage. Between the lounge and kitchen there is a useful study space further providing access to the ground floor cloakroom before opening out into the magnificent 15'11 x 12'1 ft open plan kitchen/dining room. The kitchen itself has been fitted with an array of floor to ceiling units complemented by ample work top space, all the expected integrated appliances as well as a useful breakfast bar. Finishing off the ground floor is the beautiful sunroom/conservatory with double doors opening out into the back garden. This is a lovely bright space with plenty of natural light flooding in and can be enjoyed throughout all times of the day thanks to the double doors opening out into the garden and under floor heating.

    Through a latch door, stairs curl up to the spacious landing which in turn leads to all the first floor accommodation. The dual aspect master bedroom is a substantial 16'4 x 12'1 ft with full width built in wardrobes. Bedroom two is another good-sized double with built in wardrobes feature fireplace and enjoys pleasant views of the River Mole. Both sharing the charming bathroom fitted with a bath as well as a separate walk-in shower and underfloor heating.

    In addition, there is a bonus loft room with a number of windows and power which can be accessed from the first floor landing. This is the ideal space for perhaps a home office or hobby room if desired. There is potential to extend into the loft to create another bedroom like other in the area STPP.

    Towards the front of the property, there is a private gated driveway offering off-road parking and a very useful side gate providing access into the rear garden. There is a beautiful front garden with a path leading to the original stable front door with the front of the property covered in pretty red berry foliage.

    The tranquil back garden is yet another wonderful feature to this home which has been cleverly designed, offering a full width patio before stepping up to an extensive area of lawn, perfect for al fresco dining or simply enjoying on a warm summer's day. Over a number of years, the current owner has put in many hours creating a beautiful, serene environment with an inviting array of trees, shrubs and well-stocked raised flower beds bursting with colour. Towards the rear of the garden is a large garden shed with power and lighting, with some work could make an amazing summer house or even garden office.
    Brockham is 1.5 miles east of Dorking and is highly regarded in the area, with its picturesque Green, famous Bonfire night, shops, pubs, Church, school, doctor's surgery and veterinary centre. The village website identifies many of the clubs, societies and local facilities. Dorking and Reigate market town centres are a short drive away offering major supermarkets, leisure centres, theatres, cinemas and main line stations connecting to London Victoria, London Waterloo and Reading. The area is particularly well known for the surrounding countryside which is ideal for walking, riding and outdoor pursuits. Brockham sits at the base of Box Hill and Leith Hill National Trust areas, part of the Surrey Hills area of outstanding natural beauty.

    VIEWING - Strictly by appointment through Seymours Estate Agents, 27 South Street, Dorking, RH4 2JZ.

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

Property features

  • Two large double bedrooms
  • Charming living room with Inglenook fireplace
  • Picturesque views of the River Mole
  • Open plan kitchen/dining room
  • Sunroom/conservatory opening into the garden
  • Bathroom with separate shower & downstairs cloakroom
  • Private gated driveway
  • Delightful front & back gardens
  • Highly sought after private road
  • Short walk from Brockham Green, local amenities, schools, doctors surgery & stunning open countrysid



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