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A delightful detached property of great charm and character displaying many fine period features dating from the late 19th/early 20th Century. The adaptable accommodation is arranged on two floors with entrance lobby, entrance hall, superb kitchen/breakfast room with traditional style kitchen cupboards. The dining/breakfast area is particularly attractive with superb views towards Holmbury Church. The sitting room/dining room has a central feature chimney breast with a contemporary style wood-burning stove. There is, in addition, a study, a good size utility room and a side lobby/boot room and cloakroom. On the first floor, there are 3 bedrooms and a bathroom with separate WC and wash hand basin. from the first floor the property enjoys fine views over the village and surrounding countryside. Outside, the gardens are a particularly attractive feature of the property with immediate access on to the Hurtwood they have been well kept over the years with an area of level garden to the side plus a terrace and to the rear the gardens slope up and back onto extensive protected woodland known as the Hurtwood. The gardens are laid to lawn with established shrubs, trees and flowerbeds and borders. The property, which is approached by a series of steps leading up from the parking area, which has a double garage with power and light.
The property is located in the heart of the highly regarded village of Holmbury St. Mary nestling in the lovely Surrey Hills surrounded by countryside adjoining the wonderful Hurtwood Common. The nearby village of Abinger Hammer has a local shop and Kingfisher Farm Shop for most everyday items. The towns of Dorking to the east and Guildford to the west are readily accessed via the A25 and providing comprehensive shopping and leisure facilities. There are train services available to London from both towns. There is also a station at Gomshall with services from Reading to Redhill. The M25 can be accessed at Leatherhead (Junction 9) or Guildford (Junction 10).
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