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Built in the mid 1930's this attractive detached three bedroom house has all the hallmarks of the era, with mixed London stock brickwork, clay tile hanging and good quality well maintained character features including oak framed Crittal windows with secondary glazing, exposed wooden flooring in the reception rooms, open fireplace and internal oak latch doors. The house has been tastefully extended in the past and would benefit from modernising and updating in due course. The kitchen is fitted with a range of pine units and some integrated appliances and a ceramic tiled floor. The double aspect main bedroom has a modern ensuite shower room. There is a lovely outlook from all of the rooms over the surrounding grounds.
The property is located on the edge of the popular village of Shackleford in Norney, in the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village has a community shop, popular public house with lovely garden, thriving infant school, and a church by Gilbert Scott. More extensive shopping facilities can be found in Farnham, Godalming and Guildford. Communications are excellent with the A3 linking the south coast to London, the M25 and London airports. Trains to Waterloo are from Godalming and Guildford taking between 34 and 47 minutes. There is an excellent selection of schools, including Aldro in Shackleford, St Hilarys, Charterhouse and Prior’s Field in Godalming. Local leisure facilities include golf at Hankley Common, The West Surrey, Hurtmore, and Puttenham, riding and walking on Hankley and Thursley Commons and sailing at Frensham Ponds.
The house is approached along a sweeping tree lined tarmac driveway and leads to the house and the garage and double car barn. There are extensive lawns to the front interspersed with mature trees and shrubs. At the rear of the house is a wonderful walled garden which has been created to provide an oasis of calm and colour with a multitude of climbing roses and flowers, ornamental sunken garden, gravel pathways and water feature. There are fruit cages in one corner and the whole area benefits from the south and westerly aspect. Through the large garden gate to the south is the main lawn with mature trees, shrubs and hedgerows. The gardens provide complete privacy and seclusion and extend to approximately 1 acre
Various outbuildings and greenhouses
ensuite shower room
3 car garaging
private gardens approx 1 acre
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