Part of a grand historic Edwardian House offering most impressive distant views across the North Downs, set in the prime Woking area of Hook Heath.
The house, Hurstgate, was built circa 1905 by renowned builders W Drowley & Co and was one of the original grand houses to be constructed in Hook Heath. As such, the property affords the features and attributes typical of the elegant and practical life of the Edwardian era. The house faced with red bricks and rough cast with red Broseley tiles is an impressive building and offers large proportions in the hallways, landings and principal rooms. Approached by a private gravel drive West Hurstgate has off-street parking for several cars along with a double garage equipped with solar panels. The house is set within mature South-East facing grounds with lawn and terraced areas and has side access from the neighbouring road. The house comprises four double bedrooms located on the first and second floors with a large hallway on the ground floor, off which the kitchen, dining and main reception areas are accessed. There is also an additional study room which could be used as a fifth bedroom. The property has several options to develop the accommodation further including loft space on the second floor, a basement room with brick cellar and the garage loft space which could be converted into ancillary accommodation, subject to planning consent. The master bedroom, main reception and study benefit from the direct and uninterrupted views of the North Downs which are rare and much sought after in this location.
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Guide price £1,600,000