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This charming chalet style property is located in a desirable cul-de-sac in the sought after village of Alfold. The property offers a truly exciting opportunity for the new owner to modernise throughout and the house would lend itself well to substantial extension (subject to planning). The property benefits from the character attributed to a 1960s build with large windows, generous rooms sizes and light, airy accommodation. Due to the fact that the property sits centrally within its plot, the majority of the rooms benefit from a pretty outlook over the garden. The upstairs accommodation currently comprises three well proportioned bedrooms with a family bathroom. On the ground floor there is a large hallway with wc, a large L-shaped living room with French doors to the garden, generously proportioned study and a kitchen/breakfast room. From the kitchen there is a useful utility room with a door to the garden and integral access to the garage.
Alfold Crossways is on the outskirts of Alfold, a small and charming Surrey village. Amenities include a 12th Century church, well regarded pubs, a village shop, a recently renovated village hall, host to a toddler group and various sports and social clubs, a sports ground with two football pitches, cricket pitch and tennis courts. More comprehensive facilities can be found in Cranleigh and Godalming, about 4 and 9 miles away respectively. Guildford, just over 10 miles to the north, has extensive cultural and recreational amenities including The Surrey Sports Park and Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, as well as a wide range of restaurants and bars. There are excellent road and rail communications with Godalming and Guildford both having railway stations with regular services to London Waterloo. For the outdoor enthusiast, Alfold is set in an area of wooded countryside with many footpaths, tracks and bridleways through Forestry Commission land and along the Wey and Arun Canal. Winkworth Arboretum, with over 100 acres of National Trust woodland, is just over 6.5 miles away. A variety of schools for all ages can be found in the area including Loxwood Primary School, Cranleigh School, St Catherine’s in Bramley, Charterhouse and Prior’s Field.
This property sits centrally in a notably generous and private plot. To the front of the property is a driveway which leads to the car port and integral garage and offers parking for several cars. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn and is bordered by mature shrubs and trees. A pathway leads to the front door and circles the house, leading to a charming patio area at the rear of the property. The rear garden is again mainly laid to lawn with thick mature hedging on the boundaries which creates a beautifully private space.
Waverley Borough Council Tel: 01483 523333. Tax Band F. Mains water and electric. Oil fired boiler. Private drainage.
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