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A period character cottage with the ability to extend, pending the relevant planning permissions, that has been well cared for by the current owners. Accessed through a white-painted front door, you enter the main reception room that has an open fire with marble fireplace which is the focal point of the cosy family room. It also has views across to St. Marys Church. The kitchen is a bright south-facing room with fitted appliances and glass sliding doors leading into the garden. Attached to the rear is a brick outhouse containing the plumbing for a washing machine and a toilet. Near this is the space for extending should you wish to do so. The dining room is off the reception before you proceed upstairs. At the top of the stairs there are two double bedrooms with views to St Marys Church and a further single bedroom looking south across the garden. A family bathroom and spacious airing cupboard complete this bright and airy period home.
The property is blissfully located close by the Norman church of St. Mary, beyond which is the attractive River Wey. It is moments from the charming Village of Frensham where, nearby, is the village school, local shop, pub and recreation ground. It is surrounded by many miles of open countryside, providing excellent walking and riding. Notable beauty spots such as Frensham Ponds, Hankley Common and Alice Holt Forest are all nearby. Farnham, 4 miles away, is an historic, former market town on the Surrey/Hampshire border, recognised for its castle, wide principal street's and Georgian architecture. The town provides a range of shopping, educational and cultural facilities. There is a mainline station providing a regular train service to London Waterloo within the hour whilst the Farnham bypass (A31) provides access to Guildford to the east and the M3 via the Blackwater Valley link road (A331) to the north.
To the rear of the cottage through the glass sliding door you will find a stone patio area that leads up to the garden via three small steps. The garden is mostly laid to lawn and privacy is granted by the way of a wooden fence complimented by mature hedges, trees and shrubs. To the rear of the plot are twin brick-built outbuildings that provide a secure area for storing gardening equipment. Power points and water are also available here and the spaces could be converted into a home office. Accessed through a wooden gate is a small enclosed paddock, encased by split-rail fencing, that is easily included in the garden space.
Twin Brick-Built Outbuildings
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