Distances are calculated in a straight line and may not reflect actual travel distance.
The property comprises a detached character house that dates from 1926, and has been in the same family's ownership ever since. More recently extended the house still provides wonderful potential to be enlarged further and or develop within its existing curtilage of some 0.74 of an acre, and possibly build an independent home for aged relatives (all subject to planning permission). Alternatively, the possible future development could be looked upon merely as investment potential, allowing the gardens to be enjoyed and utilised as they are. The existing property is both light and provides immensely comfortable family accommodation which is initially approached via a good sized and welcoming reception hall, with two separate double aspect reception rooms (one with a working fireplace), and a well proportioned triple aspect kitchen/breakfast room with a Range cooker, walk-in pantry, and external sun awning. An elegant turning staircase leads off the hallway to the first floor with three large bedrooms one of which has an en-suite shower room, extensive wardrobe space and a family shower room.
Situated in an elevated position on a corner plot on the edge of this pretty and highly prized Surrey village, Chiddingfold is the quintessential village in every way, with its lovely old church, famous village Green (within 0.75 mile away and renowned for its firework celebrations), with three pubs, village stores, cafe, chemist, Post Office and traditional butcher. There is also a doctors surgery, primary and nursery schools and cricket green, all of which results in a genuine sense of community. A wide choice of additional schools are also in the immediate vicinity including King Edward's and Barrow Hills at Witley, Charterhouse, Prior's Field and the 6th form college in Godalming, and Aldro at Shackleford. Miles of open countryside is within close proximity and accessed further up Ridgley Rd is Witley Station (Waterloo about 55 mins). Access onto the A3 is at Milford, connecting with the M25 at Wisley.
Large detached brick and tiled double garage with an electric door, and rafter storage. Plenty of additional parking on the private driveway. Garden stores and a summerhouse. The gardens in all extend to some 0.74 of an acre with an overall road frontage of approximately 140', being level and surround the house and include an area of "semi secret garden", and a potential building plot (subject to planning) which in itself extends to some 0.2 of an acre.
Principal bedroom with shower room en suite
two further good bedrooms
family shower room
two reception rooms
triple aspect kitchen/breakfast room with walk-in pantry
gas central heating
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate