Lincoln Road, Dorking, RH4 1TD

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Price/PCM £725
Bedrooms 1
EPC Rating 60 78

BRIGHT AND SPACIOUS FIRST FLOOR FLAT WITHIN EASY WALKING DISTANCE OF DORKING’S RAIL STATIONS, TOWN CENTRE AND BEAUTIFUL BOX HILL.

Ideally situated a few minutes’ walk from Dorking’s three rail stations as well as the bustling town centre, this bright and spacious first floor flat sits just a couple of miles from Box Hill, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  With its own front door access, the flat is neutrally decorated and fitted with carpets to the reception room and bedroom, and benefits from an open plan kitchen and shower room.  The town centre is just a short walk and features a popular cinema within historic Dorking Halls, fitness and leisure centre, and a wide range of restaurants, cafes and bars. (Please note there is no washing machine fitted).

Schooling in the area is superb and includes Ashcombe School, The Priory and St Paul’s School in Dorking, Box Hill School in Mickleham, St Teresa’s School in just the other side of Ranmore, and a little further away are Downside School and St John’s School in Leatherhead.  Dorking boasts three rail stations, the main rail station with links to Waterloo and Victoria, and Deepdene rail station with links to Guildford and Redhill, and Dorking North station, all within a short walk.  The M25 motorway is within easy reach, leading to Heathrow and Gatwick airports.

  • Reception hall
  • Reception room
  • Open plan fitted kitchen
  • Bedroom
  • Shower room
  • Guildford : 12 miles
  • Leatherhead : 6 miles
  • Reigate : 7 miles
  • Heathrow : 31 miles
  • Gatwick : 15 miles
  • Central London :  29 miles

(All distances are approximate)

  • Ashcombe School, Dorking
  • The Priory, Dorking
  • St Paul’s School, Dorking
  • Box Hill School, Mickleham
  • St Teresa’s School, Effingham
  • Downside School, Leatherhead
  • St John’s School, Leatherhead

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Location

Local Area

Dorking is an historic market town between the North Downs and the Weald, sitting at the foot of the Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty of Box Hill and Ranmore, with the River Mole running nearby.  The town is mentioned in the Doomesday Book and became known for its sporting pursuits: the area of Cotmandene was famous for cricket in the 18th century and a riotous, all-day, street-wide football game was played on Shrove Tuesday until the early 20th century, and the London 2012 Olympics cycle race covered much of Dorking and Box Hill, commemorated by the Cycle Race Sculpture on the A24 roundabout adjacent to the world-famous vineyard of Denbies.

 

The town is well-known for its range of antique shops specialising in furniture, objet d’art from the medieval period, Art Deco of the 20th century in West Street, and featuring beautiful listed 16th century buildings.  It is also the location of William Mullins’ former residence.  Mullins sailed on the Mayflower in 1620 and his home is believed to be the only known home of the Pilgrim Father to have survived intact.

 

There have been a number of famous people that have resided in Dorking including E M Forster, Leslie Howard, actor Laurence Olivier (who was born in Dorking), composer Ralph Vaughan Williams, novelist Daniel Defoe, builder Thomas Cubitt and Major Peter Labelliere, a self-confessed eccentric and author.  Famous visitors to the town, some of whom stayed the historic White Horse Hotel in the centre of the town include former prime minister Disraeli, authors George Gissing, Jane Austen, Fanny Burney and Charles Dickens, poets John Keats, John Aubrey, John Evelyn and Richard Sheridan.

 

Dorking has been used as a film and television location on a number of occasions, such as episodes of ‘The Bill’, the films ‘The Secret Life of Adrian Mole’, ‘An American Werewolf in London’, ‘The Holiday’ and ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’ - with many scenes filmed at the church in the nearby village of Betchworth – episodes of ‘Foyles War’, and Betchworth’s now disused quarries were the location for the 80s iconic sci-fi series, ‘Blakes Seven’.

  • Dorking mainline rail station with regular services to London Waterloo (approximately 40 minutes), and Dorking Deepdene station with regular services to Guildford, Reigate and Redhill.
  • Within a short driving distance of the M25 motorway network providing easy access to London, Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
  • Excellent choice of schools including Ashcombe School, The Priory and St Paul’s School in Dorking, Box Hill School in nearby Mickleham and St Teresa’s School in nearby Ranmore.
  • Leisure amenities nearby include two golf clubs, rugby club, gymnasium, parks and gardens, the River Mole, walks and trails across Ranmore, Box Hill and Westhumble, cinema and halls holding an full programme of events every year, regular Thursday market, the Hannah Peschar sculpture garden, Meadowbank Recreation Ground, Polesdon Lacey and a number of other National Trust houses, cafes, restaurants and a range of sports at the nearby Spectrum Leisure Complex in Guildford.

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