A truly special and unique two bedroom cottage rich in history dating back to 1796 offering all of the character expected from a property of this era and a delightful courtyard garden. Situated in a peaceful, tucked away position within the heart of Dorking town centre, close by to the high street, train stations and beautiful open countryside.
As soon as you step through the charming wisteria covered porch, you are met with the warm welcoming feel that this wonderful home offers. There is no surprise that this has been a much loved home for the past 13 years. Starting in the open plan sitting/dining room which is an excellent 15'4 x 12'8 ft with beautiful original window, oak flooring and brick exposed fireplace with log burner creating a warm, cosy ambience. Next is the galley kitchen which offers plenty of potential for a new owner to update, has been fitted with an array of units complemented by ample worktop space, room for all expected appliances and a Belfast sink. Finishing off the ground floor is the bathroom which has been designed in keeping with the property including a roll top bath and vintage tiling.
Stairs rise up to the first floor where bedrooms one and two can be found. Both are generous doubles with the master benefitting from an original feature fireplace and built in wardrobe.
There is a rich local history to this property and more information is available apon request.
The delightful courtyard garden is yet another wonderful feature to this property offering a generous area of patio providing the ideal space for al fresco dining or simply just enjoying on a warm summer's day. The whole garden is fully enclosed creating a sense of privacy with a selection of trees, shrubs and beautifully stocked beds.
Parking - There is a possibility of a parking arrangement for evening and weekend parking via a neighbour.
Ranmore View is situated in the heart of Dorking town centre which offers a comprehensive range of shopping, social, recreational and educational amenities with facilities for the commuter from one of three railway stations. Dorking mainline and Deepdene railway stations are within close proximity (0.9 miles), just a short 19 minute walk away offering a direct service into London Victoria and London Waterloo in approximately 50 minutes. The M25 is accessed seven miles north equidistant via the A24 to Leatherhead Junction 9 or the A25 to Reigate Junction 8 offering direct access to Gatwick and Heathrow Airports. Dorking also has a flagship Waitrose store, excellent sports centre and The Dorking Hall regularly hosts cultural events. In addition, the town benefits from a very good choice of schools including St Joseph's, The Ashcombe (11 minute walk) and The Priory (15 minute walk) at secondary level and St Pauls and St Martins at primary level. The general Surrey Hills area is famous for its outstanding natural beauty including 'The Nower', Ranmore Common and Box Hill (National Trust) - ideal for the walking and riding enthusiast, plus Denbies Wine Estate (England's largest vineyard) situated on the norther outskirts of Dorking.
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.
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