Attawell Cottages, Lower Road, Bookham, Surrey, KT23 4DH

2 Bedroom End Terraced

£1,395 per month
Assured Shorthold Tenancy

Key Features

  • Both Bedrooms En-Suite
  • Downstairs Cloakroom
  • Modern, Stylish Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • South Facing Lounge/Dining Room
  • Side Access to Pretty & Secluded Garden
  • Ground Floor Underfloor Heating
  • TWO Allocated Parking Spaces
  • Set in Private Courtyard
  • Few Minutes Walk to Bookham Village

Property Summary

An immaculate and sizeable TWO DOUBLE BEDROOM (BOTH EN-SUITE), end of terrace mews house set in a charming, well-maintained private courtyard with just three other houses. The accommodation is both well-appointed and extremely spacious; having been recently decorated with a fresh and modern palette in neutral tones. It is set back from the road and has TWO ALLOCATED PARKING SPACES. A lengthy, tiled entrance hall, with a side window, welcomes you into this delightful home. The first room leading from here is the spacious kitchen/breakfast room, which is fitted with a sleek and modern range of units and tiled floor. Integrated appliances include a dishwasher, fridge, washing machine, electric oven with gas hob and extractor hood above. Also included is a recently purchased freestanding full-size fridge/freezer. Further along the hallway is a generous sized cloakroom with a WC and hand basin. The lounge is a gorgeous, bright and sunny room, with French doors opening onto the SOUTH FACING GARDEN. The private garden has a patio with plenty of room for al fresco dining, and a lawn with a paved area in the corner to sit and enjoy the rays of the evening sun. The first-floor landing has a useful space by the window, which is perfect for a small study area. The two bedrooms are both double and have built in wardrobe cupboards. One bedroom has an en-suite shower room, and the other has an en-suite bathroom. The windows are double glazed, and the heating is underfloor downstairs, with gas radiators upstairs. AVAILABLE MID JANUARY 2021 and Part Furnished.

Additional Information

Bookham village has a short high street at its centre, which has a wide range of shops and services, including a traditional butchers and greengrocers, Boots Chemist, a Co-operative supermarket, hairdressers, barbers hardware shop, and a good choice of pubs and tea rooms. The beautiful Rayleigh House at the top of the high street; was originally built as the Victoria Temperance Hotel by Mary Chrystie, now contains a healthcare practice. The Old Barn Hall is the main community centre, regularly used for staging amateur dramatics productions and hosting parties and receptions. Bookham lies on the edge of the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which includes the renowned Box Hill. The village is also well known as the location of Polesden Lacey; a country house on the southern edge of the village, surrounded by more than 1,000 acres (4.0 km2) of grounds, now owned by the National Trust and open to the public. The property is within five minutes walk of the High Street, and a twenty-minute walk to Bookham mainline train station. Guildford is a thirty-minute drive away, and the A3; which provides a fast route to London or Portsmouth is approx. a ten-minute drive. Junction 9 of the M25 is approx. fifteen minutes" drive, providing quick and easy access to Gatwick Airport (19 miles).

Bookham Train Station - Fifteen minute walk (1 mile)
Bookham High Street - Three minute stroll (0.2 miles)

A3 - Ten Minute Drive (4.9 miles)
M25: Eight Minute Drive (3.4 miles)

Council Tax Band: E - £2,412