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A most attractive Grade II listed detached farmhouse understood to have been built in the mid 16th century with later additions, the most recent extension understood to have been built in the 1900s. This delightful property offers a wealth of character features throughout including period oak beams to walls, inglenook fireplace and leaded light oak framed windows. The well proportioned and adaptable accommodation leads from the large dining hall with lovely oak staircase to the sitting room and drawing room beyond both with feature fireplaces and also to the triple aspect living room with lovely inglenook fireplace, which in turn leads to the kitchen and utility room beyond. On the first floor there are five good sized bedrooms with the main bedroom having the historic feature of a priest hole to the right of the fireplace. It is the impressive joinery within the house, notably that in bedroom 2, that resulted in the Grade II listing. Outside The front garden has a garden path set between lawns and flower beds which leads to the main entrance to the dining hall. There is off road parking for numerous vehicles. The gardens to the rear aspect including a large area laid to lawn with mature trees and shrubs. In all the whole extends to about 1.17 acres.
This delightful property is situated in the idyllic village of Abinger Hammer, within the Surrey Hills (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty). The property sits within about 1.17 acres with uninterrupted views towards The National Trust Abinger Roughs and Netley Park and beyond. Picturesque copses and woods within the locality are ideal for walking, cycling and riding. The nearby Village Green is home to the local cricket club and hosts matches during the summer months. The historic villages of Gomshall, Peaslake and Shere are within close proximity and provide a range of traditional village stores and post offices, along with country pubs and restaurants. This area is wonderful for cycling and hiking. Dorking town centre is about 5 miles distant with a variety of local shops, restaurants and coffee shops. Other recreational facilities include, Dorking Halls Theatre and Leisure Complex. The County town of Guildford is about 8 miles away providing a wider range of shops and facilities. There are a wide range of excellent schools in the area which include, Peaslake Primary School, Shere Primary School, Cranmore, Cranleigh, The Royal Grammar, Guildford High School, Duke of Kent and Belmont.
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