A superb family home which has been extended and finished to a high
specification with attention to detail and styling throughout. The
neo-georgian fan++ade boasts a classical centrally placed open
porch and from here a high gloss black front door, provides an
impressive entrance, into a light, welcoming entrance hall. This is
furnished with a beautiful Karndean floor which continues
throughout the majority of the downstairs accommodation. Double
doors to your right lead into the double aspect sitting room, with
a modern marble open fireplace, with granite surround and hearth
taking centre stage. To the front of the property is a good size
family room which could be used as a formal dining room; there is
also a contemporary downstairs lavatory with white sink, housed
within a marble topped vanity unit.
The hub of the house is the stunning, open plan, kitchen/breakfast
room which is flooded with light from a picture window, French
doors to the rear terrace and the triple aspect conservatory. The
kitchen is made up of a comprehensive range of base and eye-level
oak units, with brushed chrome fittings, integrated microwave,
Falcon double oven, with gas hob, glass splashback and extractor
fan over, two fridges, dishwasher and stainless steel stylish two
bowl sink. From here you access a capacious utility room with beech
units, stainless steel sink and door to rear terrace and separate
door to garage.
A turning staircase rises from the hall to a half landing, with
picture window providing far reaching views to the Surrey Hills,
and then to the first floor accommodation which is made up of six
good sized bedrooms, all immaculately decorated and presented. The
chic master bedroom is equipped with fitted wardrobes to one wall
and benefits from a superbly appointed white ensuite, with Karndean
floor, deep, free standing bath, white bowl sink, lavatory and
separate shower enclosure with Aqualisa power shower. Also upstairs
is a family bathroom with white suite made up of deep, extra length
bath, sink, lavatory heated towel rail. There is a separate family
shower room with Aqualisa power shower, white sink and lavatory.
How much is Karrick House The Ridgeway, Cranleigh worth?
Karrick House The Ridgeway, Cranleigh is now worth £1,715,000 according to our Mouseprice AVM.
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What is the 3 month price change in GU6?
The 3 month price change in GU6 is nan%.
What is the rental value of Karrick House The Ridgeway, Cranleigh?
The current rental valuation for this property is £ per month, within a price range of £ and £.
How many bedrooms does Karrick House The Ridgeway, Cranleigh have?
This property has 6 bedrooms. Search for nearby properties with 6 bedrooms - for sale and to rent.
What are the nearest schools and stations to Karrick House The Ridgeway, Cranleigh?
Nearby schools in include
St Cuthbert Mayne Catholic Primary School, Cranleigh Church of England Primary School, Glebelands School, Park Mead Primary, Cranleigh School
Nearby stations in include
Chilworth Station, Gomshall Station, Shalford Station, Farncombe Station, Ockley Station.
What type of property is Karrick House The Ridgeway, Cranleigh
This is a Detached property. There are 4 other Detached properties on THE RIDGEWAY, and 4 in total.
When was Karrick House The Ridgeway, Cranleigh built? How old is Karrick House The Ridgeway, Cranleigh?
Karrick House The Ridgeway, Cranleigh was was built between 1950-1966.
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