The attractive apartment building is approached via a lovely covered entrance porch with video entry system and oak door leading to the communal areas. There is a residents lift as well as an attractive staircase to all floors.
The apartment features open-plan living and modern benefits such as under-floor heating with some traditional elements such as the wonderful sash windows which offer views from the sitting room towards Ripley Green.
The luxury kitchen has been fitted with modern white units to both base and eye level, Corian work surfaces and built-in Smeg appliances whilst the current owners have added to this with an extra island with solid wood worktop. The sitting area is a great size and the whole room is light and airy with plenty of windows. The apartment features two good sized double bedrooms, both with built-in wardrobes, although the current owner is utilising the second bedroom as a separate dining room, showing off the versatility of this lovely home. The bathroom has been fitted to a high standard with under-floor heating, Villeroy & Boch fittings, a new low-profile double shower and a large wall mounted mirror.
Outside there is an allocated parking space to the property and secure bike storage.
Lutidine House is a beautiful building situated on Newark Lane. The building was converted into luxury apartments a few years ago, offering beautifully appointed properties just a stone’s throw from Ripley’s famous village green and all of the amenities the village has to offer.
Ripley is an historic and sought-after village in Surrey popular with all walks of life: families, young professionals and downsizers alike. The village 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.
The area has excellent road and rail connections with the A3 and Junction 10 of the M25 orbital being within close proximity. Woking Station offers regular service to London Waterloo with trains about every 7 minutes and a journey time of around 22 minutes. Alternative services are provided from West Clandon with trains to London Waterloo arriving within one hour.