Edwardian properties are rare in East & West Horsley so we are delighted to be able to offer this superb example of an attached Edwardian home. The house is in need of modernisation and there is scope to extend both out and up into the loft subject to the usual constraints, if required. Features include decorative brickwork, a timber porch, a spacious and welcoming hall and first floor landing, high ceilings and tall windows throughout allowing light to flood in. The current layout is four bedrooms, two bathrooms upstairs with two principal reception rooms to the ground floor together with a kitchen/breakfast room, ground floor bathroom and utility room. The dual aspect principal reception room is of an excellent size with a wide bay window to the front, a fireplace as the focal point and double doors backing south-west out to the garden. The second reception room currently used as a dining room mirrors the first and is again dual aspect with a wide bay window and secondary window to the front together again with a fireplace as the focal point. To the rear of the property the kitchen/breakfast room has plenty room for a good sized kitchen/dining table and gives access to the useful utility room with a door to the outside. Upstairs the large landing allows for ample scope to create a staircase into a loft extension stpp, this also gives access to the current configuration of four bedrooms and family bathroom with one of the bedrooms having an ensuite bathroom.
Being attached to the neighbour at the rear the approximately a third of an acre plot wraps round the property to three sides with areas of lawn with feature Yew topiary as well as a gravel driveway with parking for numerous cars. With a bit of thought two substantial gardens can be created as well as a decent parking area to the front. East Horsley village centre and station is within a half a mile walk as is the well-respected Raleigh School. The property is available with no onward chain.