Situated near the common in the much loved village of Milford is this charming semi-detached cottage. The setting is equally convenient for the shops, doctor’s surgery and schools as well as walks on Rodborough and Witley commons. With its attractive double-fronted elevation and character-filled interior, the property affords many of the original features typical of a late Victorian property, believed to have been built in 1890. Extended in 2008, it has been extensively modernised with a neutral colour scheme throughout. Good-proportioned rooms offer an excellent sense of light and space ideal for the growing family, with the ground floor comprising three reception rooms and an eat-in kitchen. The latter is fitted with contemporary country style units complemented by wooden work surfaces. There are integrated appliances including a dishwasher, double oven, and gas hob, with a Belfast sink inset within a central island.
On the first floor there are three double bedrooms and a family bathroom with space for a washing machine.
Milford village, situated in the rolling Surrey countryside, is popular owing to its excellent local amenities including a chemist, garage, butcher/fishmonger, wine merchant, small supermarkets and Secrett’s Farm Shop and Squire’s Garden Centre. The village also provides, doctors and dental surgeries, a regular bus service and a station serving London Waterloo in approximately 50 minutes. Milford has immediate access onto the A3 serving London and Portsmouth. There are several highly regarded schools, including Rodborough in Milford, King Edwards and Barrow Hills in Witley as well as Charterhouse, Prior’s Field and the Sixth Form College in Godalming.
Approached over a gravel driveway offering parking for at least two vehicles, to the side of the house with access to the property via the front door or a side door leading to the kitchen. Behind a pretty brick wall the front garden features shrubs and plants and vines with a high hedge separating the drive from neighbouring properties, and enjoys views across the road to woodland and common. The rear garden is enclosed and mostly laid to lawn with a garden shed and clipped hedges affording a degree of privacy. The outlook is uninterrupted, with a big sky. In addition there is a patio laid across the back of the house with double doors opening from the kitchen.
Services: All main services connected
Local authority: Waverley Borough Council
Council tax: Band D
total of 1308 sq ft / 121.5 sq m