Savills | Southborough Road, Surbiton, Surrey, KT6 6JN | Properties for sale
334.08 sq m
Guide price £2,100,000(61.002.357.530 ₫)

Southborough RoadSurbiton, Surrey, KT6 6JN

  • Sold

Key features

  • Sold in March 2020
  • Private cul-de-sac location
  • Ideal for Surbiton station
  • 3 metre ceiling heights to the ground floors
  • No onward chain

Stunning new build family home built by the award winning developer Beaufield Homes Ltd

About this property

  • Located off one of Surbiton's most sought-after residential roads, just 1.1 miles from the River Thames and just 0.8 miles from Surbiton train station. Danehurst is a remarkable new five-bedroom family home from award-winning developer Beaufield Homes. Nestling along a leafy, private lane at the heart of the Southborough Conservation Area, this exceptional detached property is inspired by the imposing residences that give the area such charm. Danehurst has been individually designed boasting a superlative specification that includes photovoltaic panels and car charging points. The accommodation is arranged over two floors and features stunning 10ft high ceilings. The welcoming hallway leads into a large kitchen/dining room situated at the rear of the property, Designed as the heart of the home, where family and friends can relax, the kitchen has a large island unit where four can comfortably sit and features Miele appliances and stone work surfaces. For entertaining, the dining space can easily accommodate ten guests in style, with views out over the garden, and 9ft high bi-fold doors extending the usable space out onto the terrace, to encourage an al fresco lifestyle. Completing this space is a bright and airy family room which is located to the right of the kitchen. This room provides the ideal space for relaxing in and benefits from direct garden access. Just off the kitchen is a useful utility room ideal for minimising clutter. To the front of the house there are two further reception rooms boasting elegant proportions and extra
    high ceilings. The larger of these rooms includes a grand turret and a stylish stone fireplace, On the first floor curved walls lead off the landing creating a great feeling of space. The expansive master suite benefits from a dressing room with beautifully finished fitted wardrobes and a luxurious en suite bathroom with his and her basins, bath and separate double shower. The guest suite comprises a shower room and mirrors the reception room beneath with grand turret. Three further bedrooms can be found on this floor, all boasting fitted wardrobes and one enjoying an en suite shower rooms. A well appointed family bathroom completes the accommodation. Externally there is a landscaped south west facing garden to the rear with existing mature trees and an external water and power supply. The garden is mainly laid to lawn and has an Indian sandstone patio directly behind the house. To the front is a hedged landscaped garden and driveway providing off-street parking in addition to the garage.

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Edwardian grandeur meets 21st century specification. This stunning newly built home is located on one of Surbiton's most sought after roads.

Tim RossProperty agent

Local information

  • Just 11 miles from central London, with glorious parkland on the doorstep, Surbiton has been described as “one of the capital's best-kept secrets”. An agricultural village until the coming of the railways, it has since become a flourishing community with excellent local amenities. About 1 mile from the leafy Southborough Road, high street names such as Waitrose, Sainsbury's and M&S co-exist with a range of independent stores, while a mouth-watering range of local produce is available at the monthly farmers' market. Maple Road, the destination of choice for a night out or a unique shopping experience, hosts an eclectic range of boutiques, bistro-style cafés, bars and restaurants: favourites include the award winning French Table, the quirky Antelope or the popular 97. For more sophisticated diversions such as riverside restaurants, multi-screen cinemas and the critically acclaimed Rose Theatre, nearby Kingston upon-Thames boasts luxury high street names and superb department stores such as John Lewis and Bentalls, while Richmond-on-Thames and Esher are both within easy reach. There are many sports and leisure facilities in the area including Surbiton and Hampton Court golf clubs. For walking, riding and cycling, the magnificent Bushy Park and Hampton Court Park are on the doorstep, and of course, with the River Thames so close, rowing and sailing are de rigeur. The choice of excellent schools for all ages is one of Surbiton's main attractions: Shrewsbury House and Surbiton High schools are both close by, while Kingston offers additional options notably the highly regarded Tiffin Boys and Tiffin Girls schools as well as a highly respected university. Ease of commuting is also appreciated. Surbiton has fast trains to London Waterloo in 17 minutes and half-hour trains that stop at Clapham Junction for the change to London Victoria, and at Vauxhall for the Victoria line. Trains from Berrylands to London Waterloo also take about half an hour. Near the A3, the M3 is around six miles away, connecting with the M25. Heathrow is 15 miles away while Gatwick is 26 miles along the M23.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = B