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4 Bedrooms Semi Detached House for sale in Hook Heath

4 Bedrooms Semi Detached House - £1,000,000

Hook Heath

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First listed on: 15th April 2016

Nearest stations: Worplesdon (1 mi)Woking (1.6 mi)Brookwood (2.2 mi)London Road (Guildford) (4.3 mi)Clandon (4.3 mi)

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Tenure: Freehold

Hook Hill is a stunning period home of truly exceptional warmth and character sitting in a wonderfully elevated location in Hook Heath. The house was given its current name in 1914 but in part, dates back to the mid 1800s when it was part of the 50 acre nursery that was established on the site by William Jackman. In recent years, the house has been an enormously enjoyed home for our clients who have lavished no small amount of thought and time in restoring the property with huge attention to detail and with an ethos of repairing and re-cycling. The result is a stunning character home which is, in many ways, very true to its origin. Throughout the house, there are many truly delightful features that one would hope to find in a home of this vintage including high ceilings, picture rails and cornices, beautiful herringbone woodblock flooring along with that certain feeling of old-world charm that comes with these exceptional period houses.

At the front, a beautiful solid wood front door leads through an entrance vestibule into a very dramatic galleried reception hall which at once creates an immense feeling of light and space. From here a wonderful turning staircase leads to the galleried landing, above which a skylight allows natural light to flood into this part of the house. The main drawing room is a stunning principal living area with a wonderful oak floor and a substantial bay window that looks out onto the terrace and the rear garden beyond. In the centre of the room, there is a beautiful reclaimed fireplace complete with an Edwardian insert which creates a superb focal point for this room while to one side of the bay window, a door leads out onto a charming covered loggia. On the other side of the hallway, the dining room is in the older part of the house and by contrast has a very warm and cosy feel to it with a beautiful inglenook fireplace complete with wood burner and heavy oak supporting mantle above. This room also has a superb herringbone, pine wood block floor and a hugely attractive and heavily beamed ceiling. The dining room is open plan to the kitchen which makes this whole area an extremely workable day to day living/entertaining space. The kitchen has been superbly fitted out with a very comprehensive range of hand built units which include an integrated double oven, dishwasher, 5 burner stainless steel hob along with a large Butler\'s sink. The worktops are stunning black American walnut while on the floor is wall to wall Lincolnshire limestone flags. The kitchen is a beautiful light and airy space which perfectly combines all of the conveniences of modern day living with the character of the original building.
Hook Hill is a stunning period home of truly exceptional warmth and character sitting in a wonderfully elevated location in Hook Heath. The house was given its current name in 1914 but in part, dates back to the mid 1800s when it was part of the 50 acre nursery that was established on the site by William Jackman. In recent years, the house has been an enormously enjoyed home for our clients who have lavished no small amount of thought and time in restoring the property with huge attention to detail and with an ethos of repairing and re-cycling. The result is a stunning character home which is, in many ways, very true to its origin. Throughout the house, there are many truly delightful features that one would hope to find in a home of this vintage including high ceilings, picture rails and cornices, beautiful herringbone woodblock flooring along with that certain feeling of old-world charm that comes with these exceptional period houses.

At the front, a beautiful solid wood front door leads through an entrance vestibule into a very dramatic galleried reception hall which at once creates an immense feeling of light and space. From here a wonderful turning staircase leads to the galleried landing, above which a skylight allows natural light to flood into this part of the house. The main drawing room is a stunning principal living area with a wonderful oak floor and a substantial bay window that looks out onto the terrace and the rear garden beyond. In the centre of the room, there is a beautiful reclaimed fireplace complete with an Edwardian insert which creates a superb focal point for this room while to one side of the bay window, a door leads out onto a charming covered loggia. On the other side of the hallway, the dining room is in the older part of the house and by contrast has a very warm and cosy feel to it with a beautiful inglenook fireplace complete with wood burner and heavy oak supporting mantle above. This room also has a superb herringbone, pine wood block floor and a hugely attractive and heavily beamed ceiling. The dining room is open plan to the kitchen which makes this whole area an extremely workable day to day living/entertaining space. The kitchen has been superbly fitted out with a very comprehensive range of hand built units which include an integrated double oven, dishwasher, 5 burner stainless steel hob along with a large Butler\'s sink. The worktops are stunning black American walnut while on the floor is wall to wall Lincolnshire limestone flags. The kitchen is a beautiful light and airy space which perfectly combines all of the conveniences of modern day living with the character of the original building.
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This property is marketed by

Curchods Estate Agents, Woking

Bridge House

Goldsworth Road

Woking

GU21 6JT

Telephone: See phone number 01483 776644

Disclaimer

Disclaimer Property reference F476A90635CB43_360020. Details are provided and maintained by Curchods Estate Agents. Nethouseprices.com makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of aforementioned details.

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