Hook Heath, Woking

Price Guide: £2,100,000 For Sale Detached house
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Property Type

Detached house

To know more about this property, please contact us at

Waterfalls Sales and Lettings

Branch: Woking
Phone: 01483 773773
Email: woking@waterfalls.co.uk

About the Property

5 Bedroom(s)

Superbly renovated and extended by the present owners, Hook Hill Cottage is a fine Edwardian Arts and Crafts-influenced detached residence of 1910 by Horace Field, architect of many of Woking's finest houses of that time; a reminder of a bygone era with an interesting history including being visited, often, by Rupert Brooke, one of the three most important poets of the 1st World War. Hook Hill Cottage was the country retreat of his one-time fiancée, Ka Cox. Although a cottage in name, the property is a sizeable dwelling with a substance and quality about it including much oak joinery and lofty ceilings as well as ledged and braced internal doors, a magnificent fireplace and a substantial Oak and wrought iron front door, all of which are features that are not regularly found in more contemporary properties. The rooms are spacious with large windows allowing natural light to flood into the main rooms, many of which look out over the splendid sloping gardens that extend to some 0.7 of an acre.

As well as the history and character which the property offers, no expense has been spared in the modernisation work carried out in the last few years, so a new owner will enjoy the best of both worlds – a characterful house with all modern conveniences, including double glazing throughout, underfloor heating through most of the ground floor and in all the bathrooms. Super-fast broadband, TV and data cabling is wired throughout the house, allowing modern flexible working and entertainment options.

A new kitchen has been created to the right hand side (as you see the house from the garden). With bifold doors to two elevations and an enormous roof light above, this room is amazingly bright and spacious. A large utility room leads off from the kitchen, and uses the same high-quality units & granite surfaces, as well as a Qooker boiling water tap for the sink - always a welcome luxury feature!

  • Edwardian Arts & Crafts
  • Built in 1910
  • Recently renovated & extended
  • Amazing Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Master with dressing room & ensuite
  • 2 further en-suites
  • 0.7 acres
  • Double garage suitable for 4 cars
  • Prestigious Hook Heath location
  • •South-facing garden with private access to Hook Heath

Ground Floor

Entrance Porch

Entrance Hall

Door to Study and Inner Lobby and cloakroom, double doors to:

Sitting Room

Original fireplace with wood burning stove, two sets of French doors leading to the South-facing terrace. Underfloor heating. Doors to:

Dining Room

Fireplace, door to rear terrace. Underfloor heating. Open plan to:

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

An amazing room, with bifold doors to both garden aspects, and a massive rooflight over, flooding the room with light. Central granite island unit with gas hob and downdraft extractor, dishwasher, cupboards & drawers below, space for wine fridge, and "flying" glass breakfast bar over. The wall units run across the width of the rear wall and comprise three built-in ovens including a combi-microwave, steam oven and two plate-warming drawer, large built-in fridge & separate freezer with matching fronts. Numerous cupboards and drawers. Underfloor heating. Door to:

Utility Room

Matching units and worktops, sink with Qooker boiling water tap, space for big American-style fridge/freezer and second dishwasher, door to outside and door to:

Cloakroom 1

WC, wash basin.

Study

Door to loggia. Currently used as home office

Living Room/Cinema Room

A lovely cool room in the summer, ideal for watching a movie on the big screen. Door to:

Inner Lobby

Walk-in storage room/wine cellar, stairs to First Floor. Door to:

Laundry Room

Space for washing machine and tumble dryer. Full set of cupboards including heated drying cupboard.

Cloakroom 2

WC, wash basin.

First Floor

Master Bedroom Suite

Views over the rear garden, door to roof terrace with space for sun lounger and table and chairs. Door to:

Dressing Room

Extensive custom-fitted wardobes to all sides, door to:

En-suite Bath & Shower Room

Deep oval bath set into raised pedestal. Separate large walk-in shower with enormous monsoon shower head. Large vanity unit, WC. Underfloor heating.

Bedroom 2

Double wardrobe, door to roof terrace, door to:

En-suite Bath & Shower Room

Bath, separate shower cubicle, WC & basin. Underfloor heating

Bedroom 3

Range of wardrobes along one wall.

Bedroom 4

With cupboard and door to:

En-suite Shower Room

Shower cubicle, WC, basin.

Bedroom 5/Study

Family Bathroom

Bath & shower cubicle, WC, basin, underfloor heating.

Outside

Approaching the house, there is a gravel driveway with space for several vehicles, leading to the:

Detached Double Garage

The Rear Garden

is an impressive feature of the house, being south facing and laid to lawn, with impressive views back up towards the property. Nearest the house is a large terrace, ideal for entertaining.



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