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This is a truly remarkable detached character property set in almost three acres of its own land, with beautiful lake, paddock and derelict waterfront outbuilding. The exact origins and age of the property are not known although it was at one time part of the Loseley estate. The current owner has renovated and extended the property to create a wonderfully light and contemporary home that has managed to maintain period features and exudes character and charm. The ground floor of the main house offers an entrance hall leading from the oak frame porch to a recently fitted shower room, large living room with log burning stove and French doors leading to the garden and lake and provides a beautiful aspect. The open plan kitchen/dining room is a fantastic recent addition to the property and again offers access to the garden and benefits from a lovely rural view. On the first floor there are two bedrooms that benefit from a light rural vista and a charming cottage bathroom. In addition to this there is a further kitchen/living room and bathroom on the ground floor and staircase to a bedroom on the first floor which is currently used as a self-contained annexe.
This property is situated in a delightful rural hamlet just to the south west of Guildford. The hamlet is surrounded by open countryside much of which is owned by Loseley Park and provides many miles of footpaths. Guildford provides an extensive range of shopping facilities, many restaurants and theatres. The main line station (2.6 miles) offers a fast train service to London in approximately 35 minutes. Godalming (2.7 miles) to the south also has an extensive range of shops, including Waitrose and Sainsbury. The area has a wide choice of schools including Charterhouse, Priors Field and St Hilarys on the edge of Godalming, Aldro at Shackleford, St Catherines in Bramley, Guildford High School, The Royal Grammar School and Cranleigh to name but a few. From this location the A3 can be accessed at Compton (2.7 miles) and Farncombe station is within 1.4 miles.
The property is approached via a track that leads from Littleton Lane to this small cluster of properties. The track passes the pretty lake on the left hand side with the paddock behind, then sweeps up to the house with parking area and double car port. There are several areas of garden that are mainly dedicated to flat lawned areas, maintaining the ability to have an open outlook from the property. From the kitchen and living room there is a lovely patio area/drinks terrace overlooking the grounds and lake. At the edge of the lake is a derelict outbuilding that is aesthetically pleasing in its current state, but could be renovated and turned into a fantastic flexible space.
Guildford Borough Council tel: 01483 505050. Tax Band F. Main drainage, private water, oil central heating.
double car port
2.9 acre grounds including lake and paddock
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