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This is a charming detached Victorian property in a highly sought after location within the village of Cranleigh. The home has been modernised and extended to create bright and spacious accommodation that compliments the contemporary style of living. The entrance hallway gives access to the living room, kitchen/dining room and cloakroom. The double aspect living room is a generous size with a charming bay window. The modernised kitchen/dining room is a real feature of the property, with integrated appliances such as a coffee machine, gas hob, Neff triple oven and dishwasher. The dining area was an extension to the property in 2007, with a pitched roof, Velux windows and french doors leading to the patio. On the first floor there are three bedrooms, a family bathroom and an ensuite bathroom off the master bedroom.
Located within a short distance of Cranleigh, where an excellent selection of local shops and services can be found including supermarkets, banks, public houses, restaurants, churches and an Art Centre. More extensive shopping, leisure and cultural amenities can be found in Guildford and Horsham where there are also main line stations offering fast and frequent services to London. The local road network provides easy access to all of the major routes for access to London, the airports and the national motorways. There is an excellent selection of schools in the area, including Cranleigh School, Glebelands School, Cranleigh C of E Primary School, Park Mead School, Hurtwood House, Duke of Kent, Longacre, Pennthorpe, St Catherine's and Charterhouse. Recreational opportunities include golf at several local clubs, including Wildwood and Cranleigh, Cranleigh's own Sport and Leisure centre and polo at Ewhurst. In addition, Cranleigh sits at the foot of the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is surrounded by wonderful countryside popular for walking, cycling and horse riding.
To the front of the property there is a pretty front garden with a picket fence on the boundary. The front garden is laid to lawn with a gravel seating area and flower border. There is access to the side of the property that takes you to the rear of the house. Directly to the rear of the property there is a raised patio area which is ideal for alfresco dining and evening entertaining due to the south westerly orientation. The garden beyond is mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubs and flower beds on the borders. To the rear of the garden there is access to the detached garage which is accessed from Mead Close and there is additional parking to the front of the garage.
Waverley Borough Council Tel: 01483 505050. Tax band F.
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