Charming character home adjacent to National Trust land
Mark Oak Gate dates back to the 1800s and offers a wealth of character and charm, including exposed beams and stripped wood doors and floors. The property is located on the Cobham Road and adjacent to Great Bookham National Trust land. This beautiful ancient common land extends to nearly 500 acres and comprises ponds, ancient oak forests and many paths and
bridleways to enjoy.
The ground floor provides the well proportioned sitting room with feature fireplace and wood burning stove. The kitchen is equipped with an Aga, Capri oven, Bosch dishwasher, fridge freezer and a central island. There is also a useful utility area with washing machine and sink. A stable door leads to the outside terrace. Off the kitchen is the cosy snug with feature fireplace. The dining room is conveniently positioned next to the kitchen and has a stripped wood floor. At the rear of the house is the garden room which is filled with an abundance of natural light and has double doors leading to the terrace and garden. A guest cloakroom and a shower room completes the downstairs accommodation.
Upstairs provides the master bedroom with fitted cupboard, en suite shower room and Juliet balcony overlooking the rear garden. There are three further bedrooms, a study and a family bathroom.
Outside the south facing garden is private and well tended. It is mainly laid to lawn with flower borders, mature shrubs and trees. The terrace area provides a wonderful space in which to relax in the summer sunshine. There is a work shed complete with power and, to the rear, the garage.
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A chocolate box cottage on the edge of a vast ancient woodlandTim Harrison