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  • Private Estate Location
  • South Facing Garden
  • Walking Distance of Woking Station (900m)
  • London Waterloo 24mins from Woking
  • High Specification Refurbishment
  • Swimming Pool


An immensely well designed modern family house with striking double fronted red brick faade, primely positioned in the private Hockering Estate.

Approached by a carriage driveway with double garage the house has an impressive and spacious entrance. Inside, via the hallway you have the more formal reception areas to the right with the kitchen and family areas to the left. The main reception is 25ft long and has a triple aspect with access outside. The family room provides a comfortable living area with multimedia and surround sound system. There is a boot and utility area with separate entrance. Upstairs comprises the principal suite with four additional bedrooms and family bathroom. The rear garden, south facing, has multiple seating areas, lawn and heated swimming pool all against a mature backdrop of evergreen borders. The house was comprehensively refurbished in 2020 to a high specification and upgraded to provide technology such as CAT-6 cabling, USB charging points, internet boosters, Ubiquiti wireless access points, Nest smart thermostat and an Elan home automation control system to name some of the features that adhere to modern living. The Hockering Estate situated in Woking, Surrey is a private gated estate established in 1910 by the renowned master builder, Walter George Tarrant and comprises 94 residences along four privately owned roads, benefiting from a secluded rural atmosphere with mature trees, hedges and verges. The close proximity to Woking mainline station (London Waterloo 24mins) allows for ease of access to central London whilst being in a beautiful Surrey location. Council Tax Band: H Local Authority: Woking Borough Council EPC Rating: D Tenure: Freehold Latitude: 51.315458 Longitude: -0.545991 What Three Words: ///ships.forces.simply