Savills | The Old Vicarage, Westcott Road, Dorking, Surrey, RH4 3DP | Property to rent
Guide price £2,500
Monthly + Fees apply

The Old VicarageWestcott Road, Dorking, Surrey, RH4 3DP

  • Let
  • Managed by Savills
  • Furnished / unfurnished

Key features

  • A charming period wing of a former Vicarage
  • Conveniently located on the edge of town
  • Delightful character features
  • Landscaped gardens
  • Parking and garage
  • Council Tax Band = G

A delightful wing of a converted former Vicarage in an elevated and highly convenient position with charming views.

About this property

  • A charming period wing of a converted former Vicarage. This delightful character home provides versatile accommodation which would equally suit a family or couple who require space for guests.

    The former Vicarage is believed to be of Georgian origins and is denoted of particular architectural merit by virtue of it's grade II listing. The house occupies an elevated position with charming views up West Street towards St. Martin's Spire and towards the North Downs. There is an enclosed easily maintained garden with lawn and patio seating area and a recently constructed detached garage and driveway parking.

    On the ground floor you'll find the principle sitting/dining room with feature fireplace and access through to the conservatory. The fully fitted kitchen is bright and spacious. There is a separate WC on this floor. On the first floor you'll find the principal bedroom with ample built in wardrobes and an en suite bathroom. There is another double bedroom on this floor. On the second floor you'll find two further bedrooms and a family bathroom.

    The property is accessed from a long discreet driveway and is on the edge of Dorking town centre so highly conveniently located for the facilities of the town and the stations.

Local information

  • The property is within walking distance of the High street. It also benefits from having easy access to open spaces such as Cotmandene and The Nower.
  • The area is well served by a very good selection of primary and secondary schools including Ashcombe and the Priory as well as Box Hill, Belmont and Hurtwood House. Dorking town centre offers an excellent range of high quality individual and mainstream shops including a large Waitrose supermarket and many restaurants and vibrant cafes.
  • Historic West street, a long time centre of antique shops, has drawn tourists and antique collectors to Dorking over many years. Dorking Halls, which is a well known and much loved venue, hosts a variety of high quality cultural events and there is also an excellent sports centre/swimming pool.
  • Denbies Vineyard, which is England's largest commercial vineyard, is located just to the north of Dorking. The countryside that surrounds Dorking is considered by many to be the finest in the south east including Ranmore and Box Hill which form part of the North Downs and Leith Hill and the Surrey Hills to the south west.
  • There are two main line railway stations that provide services to London/Victoria and Gatwick airport respectively whilst Guildford offers a fast and frequent service to London/Waterloo. The A25 provides the east/west route that in turn connects with the principal radial routes between London and the coast as well as the M25.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = E