A delightful period two bedroom cottage forming part of a terrace of pretty brick and tile hung elevations in the middle of the village. The cottage is in need of complete refurbishment and offers great potential to restore and improve. There are two seperate reception rooms and there is potential to extend off the back of the kitchen, subject to obtaining planning permission. Some of the leaded light windows have secondary glazing and there are electric night storage heaters.
This cottage occupies a favoured location within an area designated as being of Great Landscape Value, in the pretty village of Thursley, one of Surrey's most favoured villages. The village has a real sense of community with the Saxon church, Butterflies Nursery and the Three Horseshoes public house/restaurant, as well as a cricket ground and childrens play area. The immediate surrounding area boasts many miles of public footpaths and bridleways through heathland and open countryside.The neighbouring villages of Elstead & Milford provide a wide range of local facilities, the latter providing the nearest mainline station (Waterloo in about 50 minutes). Access onto the A3 London/Portsmouth Road is just over a mile away. More comprehensive facilities can be found in the larger towns of Godalming, Farnham, Haslemere & Guildford.
To the front the garden gate leads to the front door with a small private garden. The rear garden is delightful, primarily lawned with extensive flower borders which are well stocked with a wide variety of flowers, shrubs and plants. The whole is enclosed within mature hedgerows and fencing and faces south west.