Built in the 1870's, Ruxley Towers is one of the oldest remaining buildings in Claygate. The building was converted in 1996 into seperate properties, Foley House is the East Wing of this iconic and historic building with high ceilings and character features including two turretts.
The property has a south facing rear garden and a summer house. To the rear of the property there is access to the garage, to the front there is private parking for two cars and a private front topiary garden.
The property is located a short distance from Claygate high street which offers an excellent mix of village shops including a florist, baker, butcher and fishmonger. The High Street also has the train station, which provides direct trains to London Waterloo in approximately 30 minutes.
The larger town of Esher is also conveniently located which has a wider selection of shops and restaurants including a Waitrose supermarket. The towns of Kingston upon Thames and Guildford are nearby providing a wide selection of high street names and department stores.
Schooling in the area is superb with Rowan, Milbourne Lodge, Shrewsbury House and Claremont Fan Court School nearby, the acs Cobham International School, Danes Hill in Oxshott and Reeds in Cobham also offering an excellent choice of schools.
The A3 is conveniently located providing access to London and the M25.
Claygate high street 0.7 miles, Esher station 2.5 miles, Esher town centre 3 miles, A3 3 miles, Kingston 6 miles, M25 5.5 miles.
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