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Tower Hill, Dorking, Surrey, RH4

Guide price £1,500,000

Sold

6 Beds 3 Baths 4 Receptions

REF: DOK210096

PROPERTY FEATURES

  • THREE PRINCIPLE RECEPTION ROOMS
  • CONSERVATORY
  • KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM
  • MAIN AND SECOND BEDROOMS WITH EN-SUITE
  • FOUR FURTHER BEDROOMS
  • STUDY
  • BATHROOM AND SEPARATE WC
  • DELIGHTFUL ESTALISHED GARDENS WITH FINE VIEWS
  • DETACHED GARAGING WITH STOREROOMS
  • IN ALL, ABOUT 0.45 OF AN ACRE

THE PROPERTY

SOLD BY JACKSON-STOPS......... MAGNIFICENT LATE VICTORIAN HOME WITH EXCESS 3400 SQ FT OF LIVING ACCOMMODATION SET IN A COMMANDING LOCATION WITH FAR-REACHING VIEWS...... Tower Hill House is a fine and substantial late Victorian detached family home, of excellent proportions and is available to the market, for the first time since the mid-1960s. The property occupies an elevated position with wonderful far-reaching views and grounds that extend in all, to about 0.45 of an acre. The well-presented accommodation is arranged over three floors with tremendous style and character and many fine features so typical of this period of English architecture. The accommodation consists of an entrance porch, entrance hall, two cloakrooms, drawing room with an open fireplace and beyond to the conservatory overlooking the garden. There are two further receptions rooms, whilst the kitchen/breakfast room is of good proportions and leads to the utility room and beyond to the larder - the kitchen offers great potential to be reorganised and reconfigured. To the first floor, both the main bedroom and guest bedroom have en-suite facilities and lead to a roof terrace, where there are delightful North Downs views. There are two further bedrooms, a study, bathroom and a separate WC. The second floor provides excellent additional accommodation, for a range of purposes, and could be ideal for a teenager, an au pair or family relatives. Outside the gardens extend around the property and have been carefully maintained over many years, being laid to lawn with a variety of established shrubs and specimen trees. There is a substantial raised sun terrace directly outside of the drawing room and dining room, which makes for a delightful seating and entertaining area. Situated just to the east of the property, there is a driveway providing parking and access to the detached outbuilding (formerly the Coach House), utilised as garaging (with an electronic up and over door) and adjacent storerooms, with independent access.