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An end of terrace character cottage believed to date from around 1850, with attractive facing colour washed brickwork elevations under a tiled roof. An extremely well presented home with sealed unit double glazing, gas fired central heating and a pretty fireplace complete with a log burner in the double aspect sitting room. The hand painted kitchen has a stable door leading through to the heated and double glazed conservatory/dining room, with sun blinds, which overlooks the small pretty courtyard garden. There are wardrobes in each of the bedrooms, a beautifully appointed shower room, and off the landing there is access to the vaulted and boarded attic with a roof light.
Occupying a convenient village location right in the heart of Elstead and within 200 yards level walk from the village green. The property is ideally positioned for walking, cycling and riding enthusiasts close to acres of common land. Elstead is a popular, thriving village, providing a good selection of local shops, choice of inns/restaurants, doctors & dental practices & St James' Primary School. Elstead is virtually midway between the larger market towns of Godalming & Farnham, with the nearest station being found in the neighbouring village of Milford (serving Waterloo in about 50 minutes), together with access onto the A3.
At the front a private driveway provides car parking, with a personal gate giving access to the small courtyard garden at the rear which enjoys a southerly aspect, with a paved sun terrace, and a path leading down to a semi-detached old barn with a return frontage onto Back Lane.
excellent first floor shower room
sitting room with log burner
hand painted kitchen
gas fired central heating
sealed unit double glazing
south facing courtyard garden with a paved sun terrace
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