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This is a most attractive detached Grade II Listed period cottage, which dates back, we understand, to 1380, and subsequently extended in the early 18th century. It has all the typical features of its period, including exposed wall and ceiling timbers, together with a huge inglenook (with an intriguing store behind) in the sitting room. The property has been considerably refurbished, featuring a handmade oak kitchen, contemporary fittings in the family bathroom, en suite shower and downstairs cloakroom. Of particular note is the excellent double garage block, which has an attached home office/occasional bedroom 4 with exceptional 'bonus space' above, which is both heated with a shower and wc.Level grounds are arranged on a typical 'cottage garden' basis, providing both seclusion and a very pleasant setting for the cottage with some fine clipped hedging (topiary).
Occupying a favoured and particularly convenient village setting, lying just to the south of Chiddingfold's famous village green. Chiddingfold is very pretty and is considered to be one of Surrey's most highly favoured villages, benefitting from an excellent range of local shops (including two general stores, butchers and a post office), cricket green, cafe, St Mary's Primary and Nursery schools, The Crown Inn which dates back to 13th Century, and the adjacent St Mary's Church. The nearest mainline station can be found in Witley, serving London Waterloo in about 55 minutes. More comprehensive amenities can be found in the neighbouring towns of Godalming and Haslemere, with Chiddingfold being surrounded by miles of open countryside.
All mains services are connected. Gas fired central heating.
Master bedroom with en suite shower room
2/3 further bedrooms
sitting room with inglenook
oak fitted kitchen
detached double garage with adjoining home office/bedroom 4
pretty cottage gardens.
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