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A beautiful period farmhouse believed to date from the 17th Century which is offered for sale in excellent decorative order throughout. As the attached floor plan explains the property offers a wide and inviting hallway which leads to a sizeable dual aspect sitting room with French doors opening into the gardens and a sensational inglenook fireplace. The dual aspect kitchen breakfast room is well proportioned with handmade units, again with French doors into the garden. A utility room is accessed from the kitchen. The ground floor also provides a wc.
The first floor provides three bedrooms, the main bedroom being quite wonderful with stunning beamed walls and ceiling and two windows overlooking the gardens, the family bathroom is also on this floor, accessed directly from the landing. The second floor provides two bedrooms, the larger with an ensuite shower room. It should be noted that all of the bedrooms and living rooms have at least one aspect which faces south over the main gardens.
The property is situated close to the Surrey/West Sussex border about 2 miles from the village of Rudgwick. Local shopping facilities are available in the village whilst the larger centres of Cranleigh and Horsham are about 4 and 9 miles respectively and Guildford town centre is about 12 miles. There are main line rail services from Horsham (Victoria/London Bridge) and Guildford (Waterloo). There are excellent sporting and recreational facilities in the area including golf at the nearby Wildwood Golf Club (Alfold), Slinfold, Fernfell (Cranleigh) and Rookwood (Horsham), whilst over the surrounding countryside there are many miles of beautiful walks and rides including the Downs Link. Within the area there is a variety of schooling facilities including village schools and both state and private schools including Cranleigh, Pennthorpe and Farlington.
The property is set back from the road and approached over a gravel driveway with ample parking and leads to a large detached garage building. A separate studio could provide a number of potential uses; converted from a period barn, this could be utilised as an excellent work from home space or an annexe, subject to consents. The gardens are a delight, they are on a gentle slope and lie to the south of the property, giving way to a lovely bluebell wood at the end. There is also a lovely patio beside the house ideal as a seating area. In total the whole amounts to about 1.6 acres.
2 Bath/Shower Rooms (1 Ensuite)
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