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An extremely well presented detached family house, with many period features, which has been refurbished recently to provide very comfortable family living. The house is full of character, with ornate feature fireplaces in many rooms, sash bay windows, deep skirting boards and moulded cornices, wooden floors and some stained glass detailing. The reception rooms have elegant proportions and the sitting room has double doors opening onto the veranda. The open plan kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with modern white gloss fronted units with wooden work surfaces, integrated fridge and freezer, and range cooker. There are four bedrooms on the first floor with a modern shower room and bathroom, and there is a useful cellar.
Oakdene road is one of the most sought after roads in Busbridge, with a mature blend of substantial family houses, and is within 150 meters of Holloway Hill playing fields, with Cricket and Bowls clubs, tennis courts and play park. Busbridge is popular due to the close proximity of excellent local schools, including Busbridge infant and C of E Junior school, St Edmund's Roman Catholic school, St Hillarys, and Godalming Sixth Form College. The town is about half a mile, with a varied selection of shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants, as well as Waitrose and Sainsbury's supermarkets. There is a main line train station to waterloo (46mins) and easy access on to the A3 linking with the M25, London, the south coast, Heathrow & Gatwick airports.
There is a gravel driveway providing parking for 3 cars and a pathway leads to the entrance porch. Immediately adjoining the back of the house is an attractive loggia and an extensive Indian sandstone patio, ideal for outdoor entertaining. The garden is predominantly laid to level lawn, with deep, well stocked flower beds and shrubbery borders, with mature trees and shrubs providing shelter and seclusion. A pathway leads through to the bottom of the garden, where there is a productive vegetable garden, and fruit cages. The garden has a southerly aspect, and there is a timber workshop.
south facing garden
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