Stylish executive home set in circa half acre in private gated enclave
Mayflower House was built in 2006, finished to a high specification and impeccably presented. It has an appealing layout set over three floors and is ideal for modern family living. It sits in a private gated close within a circa half acre plot and has a southerly facing aspect.
The stylish kitchen/breakfast room was designed by Adaptations and has a range of top quality Miele appliances including two ovens and a steam oven, a microwave, coffee machine, Quooker hot water tap, integrated fridge and freezer and two dishwashers. The work surfaces are stone and the floor is tiled. There are doors out to the terrace and garden,
making this a fabulous entertaining space. The drawing room has a feature gas fireplace, wood floors and is filled with natural light from the double doors leading on to the garden. There is also a family room, a formal dining room with doors to outside and a study providing fitted cabinets and shelving by Hyperion. Features of note are the property's beautiful sash windows, underfloor heating to the ground and first floor, a built-in media system to the principle rooms, high ceilings and ranges of sanitary ware from Duravit.
Upstairs, the first floor consists of the Master bedroom suite with dressing room and doors on to the balcony. On this floor, there are three further bedrooms, two of which are en suite.
On the second floor are two further bedrooms, a bathroom and a superb tv/games room.
Outside, the blockwork driveway provides parking for numerous cars and access to the double garage. The garden has an extensive lawn, ideal for sport. The terrace provides a great space for entertaining with a Breeze' house, complete with heaters and lighting. There is also a small pond, mature shrubs and three beautiful oak trees.
A private gate at the rear leads to the Oxshott Way Estate for easy access to Cobham High Street and the station.
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A south facing hidden gem tucked in a private close with its own footpath into the Oxshott Way Estate for easy access to the High StreetCharles Broadbent-Combe