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Believed to have been built in the 1920s, this delightful semi-detached cottage-style property is situated on a private no-through road, close to the heart of this lovely village. While retaining much of its period charm the property has been extensively modernised and improved, including the addition of most attractive conservatory to the rear in 2009 and a loft conversion in 2012 to create two additional bedrooms and well-proportioned family accommodation over three floors.
The property is approached via an entrance hall opened directly onto the delightful sitting room, which is open to the garden room/conservatory and affords excellent natural light. There is a separate door to the dining room which allows the whole living space and kitchen to interconnect, ideal for busy family life. A highlight is certainly the dining room and kitchen, enjoying a spacious, open plan feel with a good selection off fitted storage and a bright, open aspect thanks to glazed doors opening to the garden room.
On the first floor a landing leads to two bedrooms which includes the master bedroom with its modern shower room, plus a family bathroom with both bath and shower. Upstairs are two further charming bedrooms with eaves storage and garden views.
Abinger Common offers the opportunity of country village living within easy commuting distance of London. The property is located close to the village centre with its green, church and public house and offers a tranquil position in the heart of the Surrey Hills, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Abinger Hammer is nearby and offers a popular farm shop and general store. The surrounding countryside has miles of footpaths and bridleways through some of Surrey's most beautiful scenery. Extensive recreational, educational and shopping facilities can be found in Guildford to the west and Dorking to the east, both offer mainline railway stations to London (Waterloo). The A3 and M25 can be accessed at Ockham and Leatherhead. Gomshall Station is 3 miles and provides services to Reading and Gatwick or Dorking is 4.4 miles with mainline services to London (Waterloo & Victoria).
The property is reached via a shared lane bordered by hedgerows leading to a few other houses which culminates at a gravel parking area. Access to the front door is via an open tiled porch, with a wooden side gate a few steps away leading to the rear garden enjoying a favourable south-westerly aspect and an attractive green outlook featuring a variety of trees such as magnolia and apple. There are mature trees to the rear with the garden also enclosed by panel fencing and mature shrubs, giving the garden a wonderfully secluded feel. The garden is mainly laid to lawn and can also be accessed via steps leading down from the conservatory.
Two Bath/Shower Rooms (one en suite)
South-West facing garden
Lovely village setting
Total of 1
447 sq ft
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