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Forming part of a large country house built in 1910 and designed by Christopher Turnor, a student of Lutyens and architect of Watts Gallery in Compton, this former coach house has a great deal of charm and individual character with rendered gabled elevations under a tiled roof. The property retains much of the architectural heritage of its era with high ceilings, well proportioned rooms, internal latch doors and an open fire place in the sitting room. The stunning main bedroom with great ceiling height and featuring a high level oval window accompanied by the hayloft doors, make for a wonderfully light room, which was in fact the original hayloft. One of the carriage house doors has been retained and provides interest in the hall, and there is a bedroom and shower on the ground floor. The sitting room is light and double aspect with doors opening to the garden and terrace, and there is a gas Aga in the kitchen. There is potential to incorporate the garage into the main body of the house, subject to obtaining planning permission. The property has been well maintained over the years and has double glazed windows.
Puttenham is a small village located in the countryside west of Guildford with an historic 12th century village church, excellent first school and the Good Intent pub. Godalming is within some 4 miles, providing a semi-pedestrianised shopping environment, and a mainline station (Waterloo 47 minutes), while the centre of Guildford is within 5 miles. The surrounding countryside is renowned for its tranquil scenic beauty and miles of open countryside ideal for walking, cycling and riding. As well as Puttenham Golf Course, Hurtmore and West Surrey Golf Courses are nearby. There are several excellent schools in the immediate area, and the road links connecting the M25 and M3 are immediately at hand.
The house is approached along a shared driveway, which leads to the attached garage with plenty of courtyard parking to the front. Immediately adjoining the back of the house is a paved patio with pergola, ideal for outdoor entertaining. The garden is primarily lawn with mature specimen trees, well stocked beds and borders and is enclosed within a combination of fencing and conifer hedgerows. There is a greenhouse attached to the house.
Guildford Borough Council, tax band F. Mains gas, water and electricity. Private drainage.
double aspect sitting room
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