**noonwardchain** An exciting opportunity to purchase this three-bedroom characterful house with rear garden and beautiful views. Situated along a highly sought-after Road in the centre of Dorking within walking distance to everything the town has to offer including train stations, the High Street, popular schools and Meadowbank park.
The property itself offers flexible, spacious accommodation which is laid out across three floors and has been a well-kept family home for close to 40 years, now offering huge potential to create an amazing four bedroom house. Another added bonus is the potential of extending at the rear and into the loft STPP.
Currently the accommodation comprises of an entrance hallway, sitting room, three bedrooms, upstairs W/c, boarded loft and on the lower ground floor dining room, kitchen, bathroom and sunroom.
The rear garden is yet another excellent benefit with an area of patio which backs onto Meadowbank Park. The whole garden is fully fence and hedge enclosed creating a sense of privacy, further benefitting from lovely views towards Box Hill.
Location Rothes Road is situated within 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 15 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 The Ashcombe (11 minute walk away) and The Priory at secondary level and St Pauls and St Martins at primary level. The general area is famous for its outstanding countryside 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 northern outskirts of Dorking.
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Fixtures and fittings - We have not carried out a detailed survey, nor tested the appliances, mechanical or electrical fittings
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