Distances are calculated in a straight line and may not reflect actual travel distance.
A 'picture postcard' character house with brick and Bargate stone elevations with iron galleting. The property now requires updating and modernisation yet retains immense charm; set in elevated private grounds and gardens above Markwick Lane extending to approximately 0.45 acres.
Enter the front door to a welcoming 'beamed' entrance hall, which leads to a third down stairs bedroom straight ahead. To the right of the hall is a dining room with good ceiling height and a large inglenook fireplace. Off of the dining room and to the back of the house is the galley style kitchen, with integrated oven, hob, dishwasher, and a separate utility with stable door that leads out to the patio in the front garden, as well as a down stairs cloak room.
Left from the entrance hall is a welcoming split-level reception room with a double aspect, again with an open fireplace. Beyond this room is a further and larger reception room which is believed to be a later addition to the cottage with triple aspect and again doors to the garden.
Located off the landing upstairs are two double bedrooms, both double rooms with built-in storage and sharing the main family bathroom located off the top landing- again a generous size with toilet, vanity unit and basin, large soaking bath tub and a separate shower.
Lying just south of Hascombe the lane runs along a ridge leading through to Hydestile, Enton and then to Milford village with its excellent amenities including the mainline station and connection to Waterloo in 50 minutes. Godalming and Cranleigh are each within 5 miles and both have excellent shopping centres and first class schooling facilities. The nearby village of Dunsfold has a community shop the Sun Inn and an ancient church. There are a wide choice of schools in the area including Charterhouse, Cranleigh and St Catherines in Bramley, as well as Prior's Field, Longacre and St Hilary's. Golf courses are nearby with the West Surrey Golf Course at Enton as well as Bramley golf course. Access onto the lovely surrounding countryside is also immediately at hand.
Totalling 0.45 acres, there are beautifully kept cottage gardens to the front of the property including a sweeping lawn bordered with clipped Box and Yew hedging. The rear gardens are backing on to stunning woodland and heathland.
A useful double garage and driveway provides parking for several cars.
Waverley Borough Council. Tax band G.
Oil fired central heating.
three reception rooms
family bathroom with separate shower
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate