- CHARACTER HOME
- Part stone elevations
- Stones throw from a pub and garage with a convenience store
- EXTENDED FAMILY ACCOMODATION
- Mature well stocked gardens
- PLENTY OF PARKING
- Scope for improvement
- Delightful walking country
St Mary's Church of England Primary School (1.8mi.)
Northchapel Community Primary School (2.1mi.)
Grayswood Church of England (Aided) Primary School (2.4mi.)
THE PROPERTY is a delightful home being approached through a five bar gate onto a large gravel parking area, with a footpath leading to the front door with its covered entrance porch. An engineered oak front door opens into a welcoming reception hall with its dado and picture rails, oak flooring and ornate moulding. The sitting room is a delightful room with coved ceiling having a feature fireplace with a pine mantel and surround with polished hearth and log burner. The dining room is a fine double aspect room with bay window, wood floor and detailed with ornate cornicing and ceiling rose. The kitchen/breakfast room has two distinct sections and very much has a country feel with a range of wall and floor units with concealed lights and associated granite work surfacing, double oven Aga, space for dish washer and microwave, built in corner cupboard, pan shelf and quarry tiled floor. A fabulous conservatory/garden room leads off the breakfast room and enjoys views over the garden, doors out and a pleasant seating area with log burner and tiled floor with under floor heating. Off the kitchen is found a rear hall with quarry tiled floor having a part glazed door to the outside and space for a large fridge/freezer. The utility room has a floor standing boiler, space for washing machine and tumble dryer and a range of shelves. Rounding off the ground floor accommodation is a contemporary styled shower room with a wc with concealed cistern, wash hand basin with waterfall tap and part tiled walls.
Stairs lead from the reception hall to the first floor. The main bedroom is a good sized room having a bay window and a range of fitted cupboards to one wall. Bedrooms two and three are found on this floor with one having bay window and the other enjoying views over the rear garden. The family bathroom comprises a high level wc, deep bath with claw feet, pedestal wash hand basin, tiled shower, towel rail with radiator and airing cupboard. The attic was converted some years ago and now provides for a study area and further bedroom with reduce head height.
OUTSIDE A detached garage with an up and over door, power and light and fitted work bench sits on the edge of the drive whilst within the garden there is a greenhouse and garden shed.
GARDENS These really are a delightful feature and over the years the current Vendors have created a wonderful environment by utilising plants and shrubs in colour in blocks The front has low level box hedging with planted borders in between. The colour scheme at the front being white running through to yellow whilst access to the rear is down either side of the house. There is a large terrace ideal for al fresco dining adjacent to an ornamental pond with tumbling waterfall surround by Acers and Azaleas. A good sized lawn continues around the side if the house leading back to a gate to the front adjacent to which, there is a chicken run and coup. The garden is extensively stocked with amongst others, Lily of the Valley, Hydrangea, Magnolia, Lavender, Willow, Peony and Rose
NOTE. The Vendors over the years have utilised some ground to the rear of their garden which does not form part of the title to the property.
SERVICES Mains water, electricity, private drainage, oil fired central heating.
CHIDDINGFOLD is an attractive village situated approximately 5 miles south of Godalming and 5 miles north east of Haslemere. It has a picturesque green surrounded by many old and beautiful properties and the Crown Inn, which claims to be the oldest licenced inn in Surrey, dating from 1285. The village offers day-to-day shopping facilities, Catholic and C of E churches, Village Club, Golf Club, infant school and health centre. Secondary schools are to be found in Haslemere and Milford. Rail links to Waterloo are available at Witley (4 miles distant), Haslemere or Godalming. Both Haslemere and Godalming offer a comprehensive range of both multiple and individual shops including, coffee houses, bars and sports facilities.
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