The doors of this property open to an impressively large entrance hallway with a quarry tiled floor and dado height wooden panelling to one side. A useful utility room with sky light window is situated to the rear.
Stepping through the front door, the galley kitchen has a good range of wood panelled cupboards and a small front facing window that fills the space with natural light. Across the hall is a cloakroom and the master bedroom with built-in wardrobes and double aspect windows looking over the courtyard garden.
Walking through to the dining room, a staircase leads up to the first floor and French doors open to the garden. Painted exposed beams, give this room a bright and airing feeling with plenty of space for a large table and chairs.
To the first floor is the sitting room with a vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and quaint windows. Across the hall is the bathroom fitted with a modern gloss suite, comprising of a P-bath with overhead shower, WC and hand basin.
The second bedroom has a high ceiling, and is fitted with a wardrobe and dressing table. With windows to both the front and rear, this room is bright and welcoming.
Outside to the rear of the house is a secluded, paved courtyard garden. Enclosed by a high brick wall, and filled with mature trees and shrubs, this is a perfect space to sit and relax with a book or entertain family and friends. A small summer house to the rear of the garden provides either welcome shade or useful storage.
Ripley Village is an historic and sought-after village in Surrey popular with all walks of life: families, young professionals and downsizers alike. The village of Ripley is said to have the largest village green in England (approximately 65 acres) and benefits from a fantastic selection of award-winning café’s, shops, pubs and restaurants.
Pinnocks Coffee House on the High Street has been awarded Best Coffee Shop in Surrey. For something more relaxed there is also a wide selection of local pubs to choose from.
Ripley enjoys superb access to both the A3 and M25 motorways with both Gatwick and Heathrow airports within easy reach keeping this ever-popular village well-connected and in demand.
Woking Station offers a regular service to London Waterloo with trains approximately every 7 minutes and a journey time of approximately 22 minutes. Alternative services are provided from West Clandon and East Horsley with trains to London Waterloo arriving within one hour.