A detached four-bedroom family home situated in Godalming near Charterhouse at the end of a quiet residential cul de sac, with well-presented interiors and gardens maintained to a high standard.
The property is believed to have been originally built in the 1980s and is designed in a characterful Tudor revival style with mock timber elevations and leaded windows. The spacious, traditional layout is well suited to both family life and entertaining and offers scope for extension if desired (stnc). The property has recently been subject to some cosmetic updates, including new windows, kitchen units, bathroom fittings and flooring.
Access is via a welcoming hallway leading to a 21ft sitting room, a separate dining room and fully fitted kitchen, complete with attractive cream wall and base units with complementary wood worktops. Appliances include a double oven, gas hob and extractor fan, with space for freestanding appliances here and within an adjacent utility room with a door to the garden. A cloakroom completes the ground floor.
The bedrooms are arranged together on the first floor, with the master bedroom enjoying built-in wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom with separate shower. There are a further three bedrooms plus a family bath/shower room.
Occupying a quiet and convenient location in a short close in one of Godalming's most highly regarded locations. Footpaths give access onto pretty bluebell woods that lead down to Binscombe and Compton. Markenhorn is positioned 1.7 miles from Godalming town centre with its historic high street and wide range of shops including Waitrose and Sainsbury's supermarkets, restaurants, cafes and the mainline station (Waterloo 47 mins). A choice of both private and state schools are also in the immediate vicinity including Charterhouse (with its popular private gym and 25m pool), Prior's Field, Aldro, Barrow Hills, King Edwards and Godalming Sixth Form College. Farncombe is a mile away also providing service to Waterloo together with local shops. Access is nearby onto the A3 at Hurtmore, ideal for Guildford and linking with the M25 at Wisley.
The driveway provides space for several cars, in addition to the double garage which has conversion potential. The rear garden has side access and a favourable southerly aspect and has been beautifully maintained with a level lawn and a number of flowerbeds stocked with mature shrubs and trees. A paved patio adjoining the house has space for outdoor furniture and there is a wooden shed and a greenhouse.
Services: All main services connected
Local authority: Waverley Borough Council
Council tax: Band G
two bath/shower rooms (one en suite)