The Mews, Rusper Road, Dorking




Doorsteps are delighted to bring to the market this chain free two bedroom flat in an attractive period building full of character. As soon as you enter the 0.6 mile driveway you are impressed, flanked on both sides by gardens/fields containing numerous horses and cows. The property is however conveniently located with a local shop, petrol station, GP surgery (low waiting times) and pub within 5-7 minutes drive. Additionally 6 major supermarkes within 15 minutes drive or less.

The property has been tastefully decorated throughout and benefits from electric heating including more energy efficient and comfortable infra red heating, period features and large shared grounds. Briefly, the accommodation comprises of dual aspect sitting/dining room, modern well-appointed kitchen, two double bedrooms and a stylish recently fitted bathroom. There is access to a massive loft with high ceilings spanning the size of the entire flat, also a garage to provide secure off road parking. The property boasts high ceilings throughout and views of the surrounding area, situated in acres of grounds with direct access to Rome Wood and nearby pond which the ducks visit every spring.

The property has recently been fitted with a state of the art fire alarm system. This is a unique flat offering a number of desirable features. We recommend a viewing without delay to avoid any disappointment.

Sitting/Dining Room- 5.83m (19’ 2”) x 4.61m (15’ 1”)
Carpeted, windows to side and rear aspect, various power points, radiator, door to hallway and doors to kitchen.

Kitchen- 3.43m (11’ 3”) x 2.10m (6’ 11”)
Laminate flooring, window to side aspect, various power points, wall and base units, worktops, tiled splashbacks, integrated cooker, hob, extractor hood, inset stainless steel sink with mixer tap and doors to sitting/dining room.

Bedroom 1- 4.03m (13’ 3”) x 3.24m (10’ 8”)
Carpeted, window to front aspect, various power points, radiator, fitted wardrobes and door to landing.

Bedroom 2- 3.63m (11’ 11”) x 2.22m (7’ 3”)
Carpeted, window to side aspect, various power points, radiator, fitted wardrobes and door to landing. Bathroom Tiled, wash hand basin, low level flush W.C, bath with over bath shower, shower screen and door to hallway.


Garage- 4.94m (16’ 2”) x 2.75m (9’ 0”)
Shared garden / grounds.

The house has an interesting history; James Shudi Broadwood (1772-1851), the elder son of Thomas Broadwood, purchased the Lyne Estate in 1799 and built Lyne House, which was substantially enlarged in 1860. The Broadwood family, famous for piano and harpsichord manufacture, retained the property until the last surviving member, Captain Evelyn Henry Schudi Broadwood in 1975, Lyne House was later converted to delightful apartments and cottages set in stunning grounds approached by a long driveway.