- 2 bedroom end of terrace house
- Open plan living with underfloor heating
- Converted to an immaculate standard
- Off road parking
- Sought after village location
- EPC energy rating C (74)
Ground Floor Room Dimensions
|Kitchen/Living Area||16'4 x 13'3 (4.98m x 4.04m)|
|Bedroom 2||9'2 x 8'0 (2.80m x 2.44m)|
|Rear Courtyard Garden|
|Off Road Parking|
First Floor Room Dimensions
|Bedroom 1||10'10 x 8'11 (3.30m x 2.72m)|
Map & area
Please note, the map markers may only show the centre of a postcode and not the actual address.
- Gomshall 2.2 miles
- Holmwood 3.8 miles
- Ockley 3.9 miles
- M25 Junction 9: 9.3 miles
Our local guide for Dorking
Looking for estate agents and letting agents in Dorking? Our local branch of Cubitt & West can be found on the High Street, near Cotmandere.
Nestled on the edge of the Surrey Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty, Dorking will allow you to enjoy the best of both rural and urban worlds. You can enjoy the stunning country side and rolling hills with the benefits of an urban centre with exceptional transport links to London and the rest of the country. Dorking is ideally located for commuters working in London, as well as having excellent road and rail links to urban centres such as Guildford, Woking, and Reading. There is easy access to the M25, with equal distances to Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
Our marketing in Dorking gives you a considerable advantage when you are selling your property to potential buyers. Our professional photography and brochures give the very best first impression of your home. Our network of branches covers the whole of the South East and the South Coast. You can read stories from satisfied customers below to see what we can do for you.
Steeped in history and literature Dorking was the birthplace of legendary actor Laurence Olivier, who lived in Wathen Road, and was home to Daniel Defoe. The author of Robinson Crusoe was educated at the Rev. James Fisher's boarding school in Pixham Lane. As an old market town it is renowned for its antique shops with West Street being the heart of the local antique trade. There is still a market held in the town every Friday in St. Martins Walk. Contemporary arts on offer include a cinema and theatre and there is also a Leisure Centre to cater for your fitness needs. The local schools offer another attraction to the area for parents, with the 'Ofsted Outstanding' St.Pauls primary and The Ashcombe secondary school, which Ofsted praised for its 'exceptional pastoral care'.
You can find out more about what it's like to live here in our Guide to Living in Dorking.