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Reputedly one of the oldest properties in the village, this very special detached wisteria and rose clad Period cottage features a Horsham slate roof. An important Wealden Yeoman's open Hall House Listed Grade ll, dating back to the 13th and 16th centuries. The property is full of interest with many period features both outside and in, particularly two fine inglenooks in the principal reception rooms, one of which has a log burner. Upstairs the accommodation currently provides four bedrooms. This can be configured to suit, with an option to have three large rooms. One main bedroom suite with its own dressing room (currently bedroom 3), and private bathroom with a separate shower cubicle. The other suite with walk in wardrobe, and a split level bathroom complete with a claw foot bath. The final top floor fourth bedroom has air conditioning.
The cottage also provides a surprisingly large amount of storage, with the insulated and heated detached timber and tiled barn/studio being highly versatile, ideal as a home office and studio (with a cloakroom) garden games room, or provide excellent garaging, particularly for classic cars.
Occupying a prominent and central village position on Southbridge, well within 300/400 yards walk from Chiddingfold's famous village Green (renowned for its firework celebrations), excellent range of local shops, historic St. Mary’s church, The Crown and The Swan Inns/restaurants. Chiddingfold remains a thriving village due to these excellent facilities which also include both primary and nursery schools, pretty Cricket Green, cafe, chemist, traditional butchers and Post Office. Bus services are available on the Green, with the neighbouring larger towns of Godalming and Haslemere providing more comprehensive amenities. For those commuting Witley mainline station is the nearest serving Waterloo in under the hour, with access onto the A3 at Milford. Stretches of open countryside are also very readily accessible.
A private driveway provides plenty of car parking. The partly walled front garden is laid to a small lawn with island trees and shrubs. The main areas of garden enjoy a southerly aspect, with extensive sun terraces, and have been landscaped typifying a true "cottage garden”, and provide a very pleasant setting, with a wide variety of flowering trees and shrubs. A central brick path leads down the garden flanked by dwarf clipped hedging through a Rose arbour to a further terrace with a brick barbecue, and a pretty summerhouse with hidden garden shed beyond.
Principal bedroom with dressing/bedroom 4 and bath/shower room en suite
guest bedroom with en suite
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