This most attractive period residence is situated in a prime elevated position with stunning far reaching views over Marden Park valley. The house retains many original features and benefits from excellent ground floor space and 6 bedrooms which could be re-configured to create en suites (subject to the necessary consents). The entrance hall and cloakroom have oak parquet flooring leading to a hallway with a wide staircase. The three principal reception rooms are situated to the rear of the house and thus have wonderful views to the south-west. The study is fitted with extensive book shelving and low level cupboards. The kitchen has limed oak fitted cabinets and Amtico flooring, a walk-in larder, an integrated fridge & freezer and space for a range cooker and other appliances. It is open to a breakfast room which is fitted with a range of low level units and an original dresser. The views are even more impressive from the first floor where there is a wide landing leading to five bedrooms, four of which have splendid views. There are two bathrooms with showers and two separate WCs. The second floor has a further bedroom which also enjoys spectacular views and a spacious walk-in attic.
The property is located in a stunning elevated position on this highly regarded private road within walking distance of the station, reached via a footpath from the corner of Park View Road. The village of Woldingham has a shop/post office, garage, two churches, primary school, village hall, tennis club and recreation ground. Woldingham lies on top of the North Downs, surrounded by the Green Belt and adjacent to Marden Park valley in the designated area of outstanding natural beauty that provides the far reaching views from the house. There is easy access to the M25 (Junction 6) approximately 4½ miles away. Nearby are two golf courses and equestrian establishments, and local schools include Woodlea village primary, Hazelwood Prep, Woldingham Girls and Caterham Schools.
TRAIN SERVICES: Woldingham Station has direct services to London Victoria and to London Bridge.
The south-westerly facing garden is a particular feature, with beautifully landscaped grounds of 0.445 acres, (0.18Ha) and fabulous views. The property has a driveway with a carport and a garage with internal access. A walled side gate leads to brick outbuildings with separate stores for logs, bins, tools and mowers, a WC and a workshop. The well maintained garden is fully stocked with mature and interesting plants and trees and is an exciting place for children to play and explore. With French doors from the house, there is a wide York stone patio providing far reaching views and overlooking the garden which has been landscaped and tiered to provide 3 areas of level lawn. York stone steps and paths meander around the grounds, drawing you to the different areas which include a croquet lawn, a vegetable plot and fruit trees and a strip of land at the end which adjoins a field in the Green Belt, used for grazing horses.