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Corner Cottage is an architecturally significant house dating from the 1920's facing south and west with bright rooms, most enjoying a double aspect. There are two fine principal rooms with bays including a panelled sitting room, exposed timbering and features of its period. This most attractive house has a welcoming atmosphere and excellent space for the family. Elevations are of coloured roughcast with twin two storey bays. Windows are square paned largely double glazed sealed units with tiled sills under a tall tiled roof.
Corner Cottage enjoys a prime, favoured location on the southern rural edge of Farnham with country walks closeby along the valley of the river Wey. Within walking distance of Farnham station (London Waterloo 54 mins) St Joan’s RC church and several schools including South Farnham middle school. The town centre is within 1 mile and Farnham is a historic market town renowned for its medieval and Georgian buildings beneath its castle and park. The countryside around Farnham is renowned for its commons, many within the ownership of the National Trust including Frensham Common and Ponds and providing excellent walking country.
A wide iron gate set within a delightful brick and tiled screen wall topped with acorn finials in Arts and Crafts style leads via a stone path to a stone terrace to the front of the house. Lawns are spread around the house with further terraces and landscape features all with a backdrop of spring bulbs, ground cover and varieties of ornamental trees and shrubs including a plum and pear. In one corner is a vegetable garden with soft fruit and roses and the walled northern boundary is set with flowers and shrubs with a sheltered patio with climbing blackberry. An illuminated lunchtime terrace adjoins a timber summer house with pergola and is also approached by double doors from the excellent, large garage with workshop with an inspection pit and power and light. A macadam drive provides parking for many cars and the boundaries are a mix of established trees and hedges. In all, about 0.4 of an acre (0.16 ha)
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2 bathrooms (incl en-suite)
model train space
family room/breakfast room
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