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Aberdeen House is an attached end of terrace period property, which is available to the open market for the first time since the late 1960s. The property consists of two elements, the shop and the residential part. The cottage offers three good-sized bedrooms to the first floor, together with a bathroom. To the ground floor, an attractive sitting room with an open fireplace, dining room, conservatory and kitchen/breakfast room. The shop, which has been an antiques premises since the owners purchased the property in the late 1960s, is located to the front of the building and features a wide deep shop window, which maximises the retail viewing opportunities. The shop was formerly a butchers and the high barrel vaulted ceiling still has the original iron fittings. We are of the opinion that the shop element could suit a wide variety of commercial uses across retail/office/health and beauty afforded by the flexibility that the current Use Class ‘E’ offers combined with the benefit of such an attractive prominent A25 frontage to promote their business. There is also a workshop adjacent. Aberdeen House benefits from a south facing secluded garden, which is mainly laid to lawn and has been well-tended over the years. There are lovely views southwards over the playing fields. A pair of timber double gates lead to the parking area.
Directions:From Dorking take the A25 towards Guildford. Proceed westbound passing through Westcott, Wotton and upon reaching Abinger Hammer, ignore the turning on the left signposted Ockley, - Aberdeen House with the prominent antique shop front window will found a short way along on the left opposite the famous clock.