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A charming and architecturally interesting home close to the pretty village of Gomshall in the heart of the Surrey Hills Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty. One half of a larger period property thought to originally date to the late Georgian era then latterly extended during the Victorian era, the property displays an extensive range of character styles with cosy receptions with timbered ceilings, fireplaces and shuttered windows alongside grand rooms of high ceilings, large sash windows, picture rails and stripped timber doors. Living space has a circular flow leading from the reception hall and is enhanced by a large conservatory from the breakfast room overlooking the gardens. The kitchen backs onto an intriguing, internal courtyard bounded by the main house, a workshop area and accessed from an inner hallway leading to a utility room and providing a secondary entrance. Although carefully maintained and cherished by our clients, this is now an exciting opportunity for someone to personalise and update a highly individual character home.
Located on the banks of the River Tillingbourne and in the heart of the protected Surrey Hills AONB, Gomshall is a favoured village surrounded by miles of open countryside, pretty villages and yet only 6 miles from both Guildford and Dorking town centres. Popular with walkers, cyclists, horse riders and families moving out of London, the village itself has two well liked pubs, a recently opened cafe and a small range of shops as well as a station providing services from Redhill to Reading via Guildford. There are a range of local schools in the area, both state and private.
Gardens are a real feature of the property extending to 0.26 acres in all with mature screening providing a degree of seclusion while still giving views over the village and Tillingbourne Valley towards Netley Park and the North Downs Way from the upper floor. The front garden is largely laid to lawn and has been kept open with the neighbouring property in order to protect the visual impact of the house as a whole but rear gardens are entirely separate. The rear garden is principally laid to lawn and falls away lightly in two gentle terraces. Lawns are bounded by mature trees and shrubs and interspersed by some fruit trees and with a paved terrace abutting the house and conservatory providing outdoor entertaining space. A gravelled parking area to the front provides parking for several vehicles.
Guildford Borough Council, Tax Band G. All mains services connected. Offered for sale with no onward chain.
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