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A substantial six bedroom home in the popular village of Cranleigh, this detached 1930s property has been sympathetically updated and is light and well presented throughout. The property enjoys well proportioned living space that allows for a certain flexibility of use. The heart of the home is a large kitchen/breakfast room fitted with custom-made oak units by Seymour Kitchens of Guildford and an adjacent delightful, contemporary orangery overlooking that garden. Providing plenty of space for living, dining and entertaining this is a modern, bright and beautifully equipped space, reflecting current living styles. There are four additional reception rooms including a separate dining room, family room, drawing room with wood burning stove and a ground floor bedroom and bathroom providing scope for a playroom or separate snug.
There are five bedrooms across the first floor in addition to a very useful laundry room. There are two good size en suite bedrooms with walk-in glass showers and a third bedroom has space to create another suite. Both the family bathroom and ensuite to the master have recently been updated.
Situated just south of the Surrey AONB, Cranleigh is surrounded by miles of beautiful walking and riding countryside and has a good range of amenities including restaurants, supermarkets, specialist shops, health and sports centres and a library. The village is situated less than 10 miles from Guildford and 11 miles from Horsham, both with a wider range of shops and social, educational and recreational facilities. There are mainline stations with frequent services to Waterloo in both Farncombe (10 miles) and Guildford with services taking approximately 42 and 38 minutes respectively. The A3 at Guildford provides links to the M25 and Heathrow and Gatwick Airports.
There is a private gravel driveway accessed by double gates to the front of the property, where a lawned area and trees providing a welcoming front aspect. Parking is plentiful and additional benefits include a number of outbuildings, including a detached double garage with power, a store and a wooden shed. To the rear there is an attractive landscaped south west facing garden with a covered loggia-style seating area, a large patio and a pond. The property is particularly well set up for the dog owner, with secure fencing and an external hot tap.
All mains services connected. Waverley Borough Council Tax Band H.
4 Bath/shower rooms (2 En Suite)
Kitchen/Breakfast Room with adjacent Orangery
Garden of 0.46 acre
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