Stoke Cottages, Cobham Road, Fetcham, Leatherhead, KT22 9RS

3 Bedroom Cottage

£395,000
Freehold

Key Features

  • Beautiful Character 1890 Terrace Cottage

Property Summary

Welcome to this gorgeous cottage; built circa 1890, set in rural surroundings and within a short stroll of the pretty village of Fetcham. A cute front garden is laid with white stones, which complement the charming appearance of the property. A re-painted front door leads into a useful quarry tiled porch, with plenty of storage for shoes, coats and wet umbrellas! A stylish wooden front door leads into the cosy lounge, with the focus being on the rustic floor to ceiling brick open fireplace with an inglenook hearth. In keeping with the character and warmth of the cottage, beamed ceilings and stripped wooden floors add to the homely feel. From the lounge is the kitchen/dining room, which has a built-in wooden breakfast bar, but could also accommodate a table and chairs or sofa. There are useful fitted units and work tops in the dining area, and the under stairs space could be used as a small study area. The room flows into a stylish, RECENTLY FITTED KITCHEN, with an integrated dishwasher, gas hob and eye level electric double oven. Facilities are in place for a washing machine and upright fridge/freezer. From here is a spacious bathroom with a white suite comprising a wash basin, bath with a wall mounted shower, WC, heated towel rail and window. Upstairs has THREE DOUBLE BEDROOMS, with one bedroom leading to another bedroom (with access to a large loft) via double opening doors. There is space to add a shower or cloakroom upstairs (STPP), which would be a useful addition. Stepping out from the kitchen, is a recently decked private garden (with an outside tap) - perfect for al fresco dinning! A few steps from here, is another large, gated and secure private garden with a DETACHED WOODEN LODGE, measuring approximately 20 ft (6.096m) by 10 ft (3.048m), and has an electric supply. Ideal for a wide choice of uses. A new wooden gate gives separate access to the garden from the front; negating the need to enter the house. There is off street parking opposite the cottage.

Additional Information

Fetcham is a pretty village to the west of Leatherhead Town Centre. The River Mole runs along Fetcham, and has a mill pond, springs and an associated nature reserve. It is adjacent to Great Bookham, and sits on the lower slopes of the North Downs, North of Polesden Lacey (National Trust) Fetcham Grove has Leatherhead and the village's main leisure centre and football club, between the two settlements. Fetcham has two short parades of shops and services; including Sainsbury's Local, Boots, Bakeries, Greengrocer, Butcher, Post Office, Hairdresser, and one pub; 'The Bell', which is mentioned in The Good Food Guide. A semi-rural area, it is located on a brief upland made up of most of Fetcham's remaining farms and wooded Great Bookham . London is easily accessible by car (A3 and M25), and the nearby Rail Stations run fast and frequent services to London Waterloo and Victoria. London can be reached within forty minutes, and the south coast in just over an hour. Leatherhead has a comprehensive range of well known shops, bars, cafes and restaurants, as well as a small theatre. Leatherhead Leisure Centre is close by, which offers a wide range of sporting activities, as well as an indoor pool. The local Tennis Club is also popular amongst all age groups. There is an excellent choice of primary, junior and senior schools, all with a high OFSTED rating. The local area was made famous in 2012 as being part of the Olympic cycling route. There are many cycle routes and walks on the doorstep, which include Box Hill and the Surrey Downs.

TOTAL APPROXIMATE FLOOR AREA: 712 SQFT (66.1SQM)

Council Tax Band - D ( £1,821.31)
Leatherhead Mainline Station: 2 miles
Bookham Mainline Station: 2.7 miles
Leatherhead Leisure Centre: 1.5 miles
Fetcham Village (shops): 0.2 miles
Leatherhead Town Centre: 1.9 miles
Cobham Town Centre: 3.7 miles
Guildford City Centre: 11.5 miles
A3 (Junction 10): 5.8 miles
M25 (Junction 9): 3.3 miles