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A fine example of a Grade II listed farmhouse in a beautiful rural setting, this attractive property has a multitude of character features including exposed brickwork, beams and open fireplaces. Unusually for this style of property the living space is light and airy with generously proportioned rooms and good ceiling height through much of the house. Due to the position of the property within its plot, all of the living rooms and bedrooms benefit from a lovely and varied outlook over your own land and on to the countryside beyond. Well presented and lovingly maintained, the property is however dated in parts and now presents a perfect opportunity for an incoming buyer to personalise and update.
The property is situated in a lovely rural location overlooking fields at the end of no-through country lane. Alfold is within 1.9 mile with an historic church, pubs and shops, as well as Wildwood Golf Club. Cranleigh, about 6.5 miles, has a comprehensive range of facilities whilst Godalming (about 11.3 miles), Horsham (13.5 miles) and Guildford (about 13.5 miles) to the north have a much wider range of amenities and mainline stations with services to Waterloo. There are also stations at Milford and Farncombe. The area is well served for schools both state and private, including Cranleigh, St Catherine's, Charterhouse and Farlington.
This property is situated in a picturesque plot that measures in excess of 2.7 acres and includes paddocks and outbuildings. The property is set behind a gated, gravelled driveway and large courtyard parking area. From the courtyard there is a large brick built barn that is currently split and used for stabling (two boxes) and as a store/ workshop. There is a further useful outbuilding that is currently used as a garage with stabling (two boxes and tack room) and a hay store above. The house itself sits in a mature garden that is mainly laid to lawn with well planted beds and borders and benefits from views over the surrounding countryside. To the rear of the property is a charming paved seating area as well as a vegetable area with fruit cage and raised beds. Extending behind the garden are two good sized paddocks that are bordered by post and rail fencing and are presently used for grazing horses.
Waverley Borough Council Tel: 01483 523333 Tax band G. Mains water and electricity. Oil fired central heating. Private drainage via septic tank.
dressing room/bedroom 4
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