Draycote is an immaculately presented 3 bedroom detached property which has been thoughtfully rennovated and arranged by the current owners and offers flexible and comfortable accommodation over two floors. From the welcoming reception hall there is access to the principal reception room, a large comfortable living area with an attached space currently being used as a home office, with two walls of bright, continuous windows. The heart of the home is the splendid open-plan kitchen, reception and dining area, a light-filled space with ample room to relax or entertain. The dining area features an attractive exposed brick wall and a door that leads to the front garden, while the kitchen benefits from a sizable marble-topped island and a sleek contemporary design with various integrated appliances. A useful utility space sits alongside, as well as a guest cloakroom.
The first floor provides yet more charming, exposed brickwork and beams and features a spacious principal bedroom and two further well-proportioned bedrooms - one with bespoke sliding barn door storage and the other with an attractive panelled feature wall. A good sized family bathroom with a free standing bath and large rainfall shower completes the first floor accommodation.
Draycote is situated in the centre of Westcott, a desirable village within the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village has a wide range of day-to-day amenities
including village shops, a convenience store, public houses, restaurants and a church. The surrounding rolling countryside offers a variety of outdoor pursuits including numerous walking, cycling and riding trails, as well as numerous country pubs and country houses. Denbies Vineyard, National Trust maintained Polesden Lacey, Leith Hill, Ranmore Common and Box Hill are close by. The historic town of Dorking provides a more comprehensive range of everyday amenities, including High Street and independent retailers, restaurants (including Sorrel owned by Michelin star chef Steve Drake), coffee shops, cinema and a theatre. Further amenities, recreational and leisure opportunities are available in the
nearby towns of Epsom, Cobham and Guildford. There are also several excellent schools within the area, including Westcott C of E, Ashcombe, Downsend, Belmont, St. John's, St. Teresa's, Reed's, acs Cobham International School, Epsom College, The Royal Grammar School, St Catherines, Cranleigh, Tormead and Guildford High.
The property sits on a corner plot with the main entrance accessed off a quiet lane. There is space to park two cars at the house with the driveway leading through to a secluded garden, which has an area of lawn and some raised beds planted with well-chosen shrubs and trees. An enclosed courtyard leads out from the kitchen which is fitted with some built-in seating and there is space for outdoor furniture, making a lovely spot for entertaining and al fresco dining.