A characterful detached five bedroom family home, situated in the centre of the village, yet tucked away, adjoining the extensive heathland of Thursley Nature Reserve.
This attractive Victorian property is believed to date back to circa 1890 with modern additions. Offering a wealth of period charm in addition to more contemporary design touches, the house has well proportioned rooms, typical of the era and has been sympathetically updated throughout. Families will appreciate the flexible floor plan which offers up to five double bedrooms, with the fifth bedroom currently used as a family/media room where everyone can gather together. The modern kitchen is well fitted and has doors opening out onto the south facing garden. There is potential to convert the integral garage into further living space.
This house occupies a favoured location in the centre of this pretty village, tucked away from passing traffic down a bridleway and immediately adjoins Thursley Nature Reserve, which is an area designated as being of Great Landscape Value. The beautiful surrounding countryside is perfect for walking, riding and cycling. Thursley is one of Surrey's most favoured villages, with its Saxon church, Butterflies Nursery (6 mths - 5yr) and the Three Horseshoes public house/restaurant. The neighbouring villages of Elstead & Milford provide a wide range of local facilities, with the latter providing the nearest mainline station (Waterloo in about 50 minutes). Access onto the A3 London/Portsmouth Road can be found on the other side of the village. More comprehensive facilities can be found in the larger towns of Godalming, Farnham, Haslemere & Guildford.
The property faces onto the heathland and has a wonderfully secluded south-facing rear garden, enclosed by a variety of mature specimen trees which afford a good degree of privacy. There is a lawn and paved patio in Indian sandstone which is well suited to alfresco dining. Parking is situated to the front of the house on a gravel driveway with a covered space within an oak framed car barn.
At the front, between the house and the common is an area of lawn, which forms part of the title of the property, however it is still registered as commonland and therefore cannot be enclosed.
double car barn