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Guide Price £375,000 (Freehold)
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This two bedroom end of terrace period cottage enjoys a larger than average enclosed rear garden, and is conveniently situated within a stroll of Farncombe village centre, with its excellent local amenities and the main line station. No Onward Chain. EPC: D

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Situated in the heart of Farncombe village, this two bedroom end of terrace cottage benefits from double glazing together with a larger than average rear garden, and is offered with no onward chain.

The front door opens into an entrance lobby for coats and shoes. The dining room, which has an attractive feature fireplace with tiled hearth and wood surround, is open plan to the kitchen, which offers a range of base and eye level units, built in oven with electric hob and extractor hood above, space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, space for fridge/freezer and a large skylight allowing plenty of natural light to flood in. The bathroom has a white suite comprising bath with shower over, wash basin and wc. The front aspect sitting room has an attractive bay window and a stone feature fireplace with shelving to either side, parquet flooring and stairs to the first floor.

On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, both with built in storage cupboards.

Garden and Exterior

To the front of the property a pathway leads along the side of the cottage to the front door and then beyond to the rear garden. The rear garden enjoys a good degree of privacy, and is arranged in three areas, firstly an area of patio, with a brick built storage shed, leading on to an area of lawn with mature shrubs and trees to borders and then a further area at the end with a greenhouse.


Farncombe village has a good range of local shops including an established butchers, bakery, convenience store, several popular coffee shops and a local pub (The Cricketers), together with schools, Godalming Leisure Centre, Broadwater Park and lake, and the main line station to Waterloo in approximately 45 minutes. Godalming ’s historic town centre provides a more comprehensive range of shops, restaurants and bars as well as superstores including Sainsburys, Waitrose and Homebase. The A3 linking the M25 and London ’s airports is around two miles away, whilst Guildford town centre, with its cobbled High Street, has a multitude of mainstream shops, cinemas and theatres and is around three miles from the village centre.