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This is a pretty character cottage with stunning views and planning permission to extend (16/P00489). The accommodation is light and airy with notably generous reception space. The ground floor benefits from a well proportioned open plan kitchen/ family dining room with doors leading to a patio area with views over the open countryside beyond. There is a useful utility area leading from the family room. The garden room opens to the sitting room and also benefits from the magnificent view. There is a good size study/ music room which links through to the downstairs bathroom with separate bath and shower. On the first floor there are two bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom benefits from the views over the Surrey Hills. The planning permission has been cleverly thought out and will create increased ground floor reception space and a 3rd bedroom on the first floor.
This property is located as part of a vibrant community in the picturesque village of Peaslake. Situated in the centre of the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the village provides facilities for everyday needs such as a village store and post office, church, infant school and local inns. Shere is 1.7 miles and Cranleigh is 5.7 miles away and both have an excellent selection of shops whilst the larger towns of Dorking and Guildford are easily accessible. Both Guildford and Dorking have mainline railway stations to London Waterloo, with services to Waterloo in approximately 37 minutes and to Victoria in about 55 minutes respectively. The A3 at Ripley provides direct access to the M25 at Wisley. There is an excellent selection of schools in the area including Peaslake Infant School, Cranleigh School, Guildford High and the Royal Grammar School. Surrounded by some of the best and most unspoilt countryside in Southern England, the area is a haven for walkers, cyclists and horse riders.
To the front of the property is a driveway parking area leading to the detached garage and a charming patio area, which is screened from the lane by an evergreen hedge. There is a good amount of space to the side of the property which leads through to the rear, west facing garden. Directly to the rear of the property is a raised patio area which leads in the kitchen/ family room. The garden is notably open and bright, benefitting from the best of the sun and with a lovely aspect over open countryside. The garden is pretty and mainly laid to lawn with hedging on the left and right boundary leading to a fence at the bottom of the garden which overlooks fields.
Guildford Borough Council Tel: 01483 505050. Tax band G.
views over the Surrey Hills
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