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A stunning extended period cottage with ironstone galleting and brick quoins under a tiled roof complemented by leaded light windows. The property retains many character features including an inglenook fireplace with Jotul log burner and exposed timbers. Features of particular note include the bespoke craftsmen-built hand-painted kitchen with oil fired AGA, underfloor heating to the ground floor and an extensive use of oak joinery throughout. The property enjoys delightful landscaped gardens which incorporates an extensive area of flagstone laid terrace with lovely views.
The property is located in the pretty village of Holmbury St Mary nestling in the lovely Surrey Hills. In the village there are two pubs with surrounding countryside adjoining the wonderful Hurtwood Common. The nearby village of Abinger Hammer has a local shop and Kingfisher Farm shop for most everyday items. Belmont and Hurtmore Schools are nearby, as is Abinger Common Pimary School. The towns of Dorking to the east and Guildford to the west are readily accessed via the A25, providing comprehensive shopping and leisure facilities. Train services are available to London from both towns. There is also a station at Gomshall with services from Reading to Tonbridge. The M25 can be accessed at Leatherhead (Junction 9) or Guildford (Junction 10).
Please note the property is attached on the front corner to the property to the left in the front photograph
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