Wonderful Family home in the heart of East Horsley available to Let
SurreyLets are pleased to bring to the Lettings market for the first time, a wonderful family home within a few moments walk of the superb village centre of East Horsley.
This property is a well presented and deceptively spacious four bedroom modern family home and is perfectly situated for a busy family due to its proximity to all the local amenities such as the village shopping facilities, train station with fast links to London, sports clubs and village green spaces.
The accommodation is spacious and well thought out and comprises of: A newly fitted modern kitchen with a range of white goods, spacious contemporary lounge which leads in open plan style to a formal dining area, a conservatory which is an ideal playroom, a study and a downstairs WC. Upstairs the property boasts a beautifully presented master bedroom with a newly renovated en-suite shower room, three further double bedrooms and a beautifully presented family bathroom. Externally the property offers a double garage, beautifully styled front and rear gardens (gardener included) and off road parking for many vehicles accessed by electric gates.
Peaceful, traditional, semi rural and undoubtedly affluent. The villages of East and West Horsley make up “The Horsleys”, one, or two villages depending on your viewpoint, are situated at the foot of the Surrey Hills nestled in beautiful open countryside and yet just 48 minutes to London. Beautifully middle class, yet traditionally village like, the Horsley have a wealth of charm, character but most of all its community spirit is still intact. This is the Surrey affluenza belt, connected to motorways and London Waterloo by train, yet swaddled in green belt.
The Horsley’s are an area that attracts the corporate relocated overseas families who make use of the international schools: The ACS in Cobham and the International School of London ISL in Woking being firm favourites of international families. Locals move to the area for the outstanding state schools, The Raleigh Primary School and The Howard of Effingham School both being on the doorstep. Those looking at private schooling have Glenesk primary, Cranmore School and St Teresas.
The Horsleys are a typical family orientated area. Saturdays lots of children enjoy sporting activities. Horsley Football Club, The Cricket Cluband The Tennis Club are just some of the sporting activities on hand, although the community run clubs offer a plethora of clubs from cycling, running and rambling. Locally families tend to shop on a Saturday in the village enjoying a traditional butchers (Conisbees), bakers (The Bakery) and coffee shop (Quaich) all of which are owned and managed by members of the community and who care and invest in community. The village also has a popular well used library which runs many half term and holiday children’s activities and reading clubs.
The Horsley have some superbly attended churches, St Marys Church offers a traditional service at 9am and a contemporary service at 10.45 in the village hall where there is a live worship band and outstanding youth ministry. St Martins Church also offers service choices and is well attended.
Commuters take advantage of Horsley Station and its fast southwest train service to London Waterloo taking just 47 minutes, stopping for a quick coffee at The Stockyard station coffee shop. Of course the commuter road links are excellent too with the A3 being a 5 minute drive away taking you to London or Portsmouth, and less than 10 mins to junction 10 of the M25, meaning that (subject to flowing traffic!) the airports of Gatwick and Heathrow are under an hours drive away.
The Horsley really do offer something for everyone. I have lived here for 25 years and I am biased, but if you would like more information, I would be delighted to chat to you. Call me, Sally Asling on 01483 282470 or send me a mail to email@example.com
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