Surrounded by stunning open countryside in a semi-rural location, this 1930s cottage has been fully renovated and extended by the current owners to offer a great work/life balance. Behind its charming facade a large sitting room looks out onto the pretty front garden from its wide bay windows while a distinguished working fireplace lends a welcoming focal point. Elegantly styled to an impressively high standard with handmade cabinets and granite countertops, the open plan arrangement of the kitchen/dining room opens onto the south-facing garden supplying a superb space for both family means and entertaining. Well-appointed with a range cooker, induction hob and thoughtfully chosen additions that offer every convenience. The central island delineates the space and adjoining the kitchen is a utility room with a butler sink and pantry. The ground floor accommodation includes one bedroom self-contained annexe that includes a “kitchenette/living area” and en-suite shower room; which could be used as a successful Airbnb, currently providing a good income. Upstairs the principal bedrooms have wonderful views that take in the magnificent garden and the South Downs. Recessed wardrobes supply plenty of storage, and the modern en-suite bathroom includes a full size bath and walk-in shower. The attractive outlook continues in each of the three additional bedrooms one of which can be used as a study. Echoing the high levels of presentation that flow throughout this picture perfect cottage the sleek family bathroom includes a full size bath with overhead shower and a wall hung vanity basin.
The property is located in the picturesque village of Brook with its cricket green and award winning Dog and Pheasant pub/ restaurant. Witley station is only 2 miles away with regular trains to Waterloo, and the A3 dual carriageway is accessed 4.5 miles to the north at Milford, providing fast driving to central London, the M25, and Heathrow and Gatwick airports. The market towns of Godalming and Haslemere, and the County town of Guildford are all comprehensive centres for day to day shopping and have abundant cafe’s, coffee shops, bars and restaurants. The area is extremely popular for its wide range of public schools including King Edwards, Barrow Hills, Charterhouse, Aldro and Priorsfield school for girls.
Set back from the lane, the vibrant lawn with its mature borders gives a welcoming first impression and an admirably sized gravel driveway has off-road parking for several vehicles. The exceptional rear south-facing secluded cottage garden has a large stone patio area which fronts an established lawn surrounded by mature planting. A crushed slate path to the right leads past a further raised brick-paved patio area to an outside bespoke heated Studio/office which includes an idyllic veranda overlooking the open countryside beyond. From the lawned area of the garden, a trellis entrance leads to a vegetable garden with a recently added Victorian style wooden greenhouse.
Klargester private drainage.
Photovoltaics on the roof.
self-contained one bedroom annexe with kitchen and en suite shower room