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A wonderful detached home in remarkable South West facing gardens close to the centre of Bramley village. The property has generously proportioned living space arranged to provide plenty of flexibility of use. Largely weighted to the ground floor there are three formal reception rooms across the back of the house, all with lovely views and direct access through french doors onto the rear terrace and garden. The sitting room is light and particularly generous with an attractive cast iron, open fireplace and an adjacent family room/office. The kitchen is well proportioned and comprehensively fitted with plenty of work surface and a small breakfast bar for informal dining. The adjacent dining room with vaulted ceiling and french doors to the garden is linked via wide pocket doors to the kitchen so provides a pleasant, semi open plan space for dining and entertaining.
There are additionally two bedrooms or possible receptions rooms on the front of the house that might provide an opportunity for an annexe or home office if needed. On the first floor there are three generous, double bedrooms with plenty of built in storage and two bathrooms.
Situated close to the heart of Bramley village and within 0.5 mile of the shops, the property is located in a prime residential no through road on the eastern edge of the village centre and adjoining protected countryside and the Surrey Hills AONB. The village has a range of shops and restaurants including a general store, newsagent and post office, library, chemist, garage, tea rooms, barber, restaurant and several pubs. St. Catherine’s School, a highly regarded private school for girls is right in the village and there are many other private and state schools in the area. Guildford is under 4 miles to the North and offers an excellent range of shopping, social, educational and recreational facilities and a main line station to Waterloo with frequent services taking about 38 minutes. The A3 gives access to London and the M25 for Heathrow and Gatwick Airports.
Set back from the road behind a deep parking area and mature landscaping, the gardens and environment are a real feature of this house and extend in all to almost a quarter of an acre. Cleverly planted and remarkably private the garden lies principally to the rear and faces South West for the best of the midday and afternoon sun. Level and mainly laid to lawn the garden is beautifully landscaped and split into several sections with various sun terraces and is bordered by mature shrubs and trees providing an extraordinary degree of privacy and seclusion. At the end of the garden there is a useful store / summerhouse and beyond that there is a private gate leading onto the Downs Link, a 30-mile (48 km) long footpath and bridleway popular with walkers, families, cyclists and horse riders, connecting the North and South Downs National Trails.
Waverley Borough Council, tax band G. All mains services connected.
en suite bathroom
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