Substantial character home close to Bookham Common
61 Eastwick Drive is a substantial seven/eight bedroom character family home, set in a quiet, attractive tree lined road. The significant accommodation offers the opportunity to configure the house to suit your needs. The space would comfortably allow a home office, gym room, media room, staff / extended family area and more whilst still retaining ample bedroom accommodation for the principle area of the house.
On entering the bright hallway you are immediately impressed with the excellent ceiling height; to the left there is a well-proportioned drawing room with a lovely bay window, wood-burning stove and double doors to the garden. Along the hall is a stylish kitchen/breakfast room which is well appointed with a large central island. This room is connected to the dining room which is lovely and bright, enjoying doors out to the garden. Adjacent to the kitchen is a sizable utility room with fitted cupboards and washing machine. A sitting room, a guest WC/shower room and an abundance of storage complete the downstairs accommodation.
The first floor comprises four bedroom suites (one with balcony and with views overlooking the garden). There are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The top floor provides a further bedroom and a media room/additional bedroom. There is also a useful storage area.
Outside, the rear garden is south westerly facing and laid to lawn with mature hedging and shrubs. There is also a covered terrace ideal for outdoor entertaining in all weathers. To the front, there is an impressive carriage driveway providing parking for numerous cars.
The property is ideally located, close to the Village of Bookham with its wide range of shops, including, a butchers, bakery and hairdressers, whilst Guildford (approx. 10.0 miles) provides more extensive shopping.
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I love the flexibility of this house particularly now working from home is becoming more and popular. A hard days work can easily be followed by an evening cycle in the Surrey Hills.Tim Harrison