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A pretty double-fronted period cottage with immense charm and character. This delightful period home is clad with mature rose vines and is located off a quite lane in the centre of Shackleford village. A path leads to the front door through a well-stocked garden.
From the enclosed porch, enter the main sitting room which features a large inglenook fireplace at one end of the room and another Victorian style fireplace at the other with views of the front garden.
The dining room is a surprise in so much that it can accommodate an eight seater dining table very comfortably. There are oak floors and an aspect looking down the rear garden from this room.
The country style kitchen has a beautiful quarry tiled floor, and space for a dishwasher, fridge, oven, washing machine and microwave. Completing the accommodation on the ground floor is a cloakroom with a coats cupboard and stairs to a handy cellar room with power and light.
Upstairs and off the landing are three bedrooms each room with its own character, beams, pillow plastering and cupboards. The first floor bathroom has a shower attachment overhead.
Shackleford is very popular and picturesque Surrey village between Godalming and Farnham, within easy reach of the A3 (0.8 mile), Guildford and the M25 beyond. Shackleford itself has a Church, local public house, post office/general store, as well as an excellent village school and Aldro Preparatory School. The surrounding countryside provides some of the finest walking and riding in Surrey, including the Old Pilgrim's Way. There are golf courses in the neighbouring villages of Puttenham and Milford (including the West Surrey) and Hurtmore.
Godalming is an attractive and vibrant shopping environment including a choice of Waitrose and Sainsbury's supermarkets, other specialised shops and wide choice of cafes and restaurants. Schools in the vicinity include Charterhouse, Prior's Field and the Sixth Form College in Godalming. Guildford and Godalming both have a main line train service to Waterloo.
A stable door leads out to a sun terrace off the back of the cottage that stretches the width of the property.
The rear garden is primarily laid to lawn, fully enclosed and with mature borders, shrubs and trees typical of a quintessential cottage garden.
Almost at the end of the garden is a rose clad arbour where you can enjoy the last of the afternoon sun. Behind the arbour is a garden shed and gate to an area for grass cuttings and composting, here you will notice that the property also backs onto fields where a view could be opened up if so desired.
There is ample parking for plenty of cars as well as a detached double garage. A path leads to the rear garden from the garage area, essentially acting as your side access.
front and rear garden
two reception rooms
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