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A pretty wisteria clad, double fronted period cottage in the middle of a terrace of four cottages, having mellow brick elevations relieved by diamond leaded lights under a tiled roof. The cottage is believed to date back to the 18th century and is full of character which reflects its period. There is a fine inglenook with wood burner in the sitting room and some exposed timbering, and extensive book shelving to one wall. The cottage has been sympathetically extended and now provides extremely well proportion accommodation, with 3 bedrooms and a modern bathroom to the first floor. The open plan kitchen/dining room is in two areas, defined by oak pillars and has oak flooring. The shaker style hand made kitchen cabinets comprise a range of wall and base units with granite work surfaces, and fitted with integrated range cooker and dishwasher. There are double doors opening onto the rear garden.
Located in the centre of this particularly favoured Surrey village, which lies on the southern slopes of the Hog's Back, with this cottage being within a level walk from the historic 12th century village church, Public house and highly regarded infant school. Godalming is within 4.5 miles, providing a choice of Waitrose or Sainsbury's supermarkets, and a mainline station (Waterloo 47 minutes). Guildford, Surrey's County Town is about 5 miles away, providing excellent facilities and a wide choice of schools for all age groups. Puttenham Heath Golf Club is on the other side of the village, with further golf courses being found at Hurtmore and Milford. A series of footpaths and bridleways are readily accessible, providing excellent walking and cycling, with the countryside surrounding Puttenham considered to be some of the finest in this part of Surrey.
Immediately to the rear of the cottage is a brick terrace which opens onto the garden, which is mainly lawned, with well stocked flower and shrubbery beds, enclosed within mature hedgerows. There is an insulated timber home office with light, power and telephone point (broadband). At the end of the garden is a decked seating area, ideal for relaxing within the peace and tranquillity of this superb setting. The garden extends to approximately 125ft in length and immediately backs onto the adjoining hop fields.
upstairs bathroom & wc
beamed sitting room with inglenook
'Shaker style' kitchen with built-in appliances
gas fired central heating
level 125ft rear garden
useful garden home office
views across the adjoining Hop fields
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