This four bedrooms detached family home in Ash Combe is situated on a no-through road, close to the heart of Chiddingfold, with its picturesque village green and excellent walking and riding nearby. The property enjoys an elevated setting with views over the surrounding cul-de-sac and its own landscaped gardens and terraces. The property is believed to have been built in 1975 and has been extensively modernised, with bright and well-presented interiors throughout and plenty of space for entertaining.
The layout is versatile and is accessed via a central hallway leading to a double aspect sitting room extending to 22ft, with engineered oak floor, gas fire and sliding doors to the garden. Separate to this is an open plan kitchen and dining room, which is laid with Karndean flooring and serves as the hub of the family home. The kitchen (updated in 2019) is fitted with contemporary units complemented by Corian surfaces, and features a utility space, water softener, oven and gas hob, integrated microwave, with space for freestanding appliances. A study and a cloakroom completes the accommodation.
The four double bedrooms are arranged together on the first floor around a central landing, there is an en-suite bathroom to the master bedroom as well as a separate family bathroom, both with power showers over the baths.
Chiddingfold is a highly desirable Surrey village with a charming green and excellent range of local amenities, including two general stores, a Post Office, doctor’s surgery, three pubs and a historic church surrounded by open countryside. Local leisure facilities include a cricket green and golf club. More comprehensive amenities can be found in the neighbouring towns of Godalming and Haslemere (both under 7 miles). Chiddingfold has a highly regarded primary school (St Mary’s), and there is an exceptional choice of state and private schools locally including King Edwards, The Royal Grammar School and St Catherine’s, together with Rodborough and Barrow Hills in Witley/ Milford. Witley Station is approx. 2 miles away and serves London Waterloo in under an hour (54 mins).
The property enjoys an elevated setting with lawn to one side leading to a side gate and is flanked by the driveway with parking for three cars as well as a detached garage. Steps leading up to the front door will also lead to a gate a secluded terrace off of the dining area. The south-facing rear garden has been landscaped and is arranged over a number of levels, with a wide patio adjoining the house bordered by deep timber flowerbeds and having a raised feature pond.
Services: All main services connected
Local authority: Waverley Borough Council
Council tax: Band F
two bath/shower rooms (one en-suite)
landscaped south-facing garden
total of 1578 sq ft/146.6 sq m