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Located in the heart of the picturesque Hamlet of Seale is this extremely well presented and extended former coach house. We are to understand the property dates back to the 1800s and was originally built from imported yellow brick. The property has been subjected to a major refurbishment to exacting standards by the present owner, including brand new electrical wiring with energy effecient LED lighting throughout, new hot water under floor heating, new gas boiler with pressurised water tank (megaflow), new sash windows throughout, new floorings, high grade bathroom suites and new kitchen. This home offers a bright an airy feel throughout, whilst incorporating character features. The accommodation comprises on the ground floor, an entrance hall leading to a utility room with WC, a dual aspect living room with bi-folding doors to the garden, and the main feature of the house which is the open plan kitchen/dining room. The kitchen is bespoke fitted with granite worktops, Range cooker, integrated Neff dishwasher, wine cooler, and a Samsung American style fridge/freezer. The dining room also has bi-folding doors leading to the garden and is ideal for families and entertaining alike. Moving upstairs there is a sizeable landing that can also be used as an office space, two double bedrooms, a further single bedroom, an en-suite bathroom to the master bedroom, and a Jack and Jill bathroom servicing bedrooms two and three.
Positioned in the rural, leafy settings of Seale Hamlet and tucked away from passing traffic, this home is within 4 miles of Farnham mainline station and is ideally located for a London commuter wanting a countryside setting. Seale is a historic Hamlet in an English heritage area and is home to a 12th Century church, and in the road itself there is this Victorian School House, as well as the Old Post Office and the Old School Mistress house. The surrounding area boasts many miles of open countryside which can be accessed from the property, ideal for walking, riding and cycling, such as the North Downs way and National Trail from Farnham to Canterbury only moments away. There is good access to excellent Ofsted sought after schools, and good transport links; with the A31 which links Farnham with Guildford close by, and the A3 which is ideal for London and the south coast. Farnham provides a comprehensive range of shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as a main line station to Waterloo within the hour. The town of Guildford is 7 miles to the west (Waterloo 35 minutes).
To the front of the house there is a shingle driveway providing ample parking, with a lawn area, hedge border, and flower beds. The rear garden spans the width of the property and wraps around to the side, with mature hedges and trees offering a good degree of seclusion. The garden is mainly lawned (approx 200 sq/meters freshly laid) including additional landscaped terraces leading down to an external tool shed. In addition there is a large York stone patio across the back of the house ideal for entertaining.
Detached former coach house
2 Reception Rooms
Approx. 1370 Sq Ft
No onward chain.
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