Situated within easy reach of both Compton and Puttenham villages, as well as the A3 and A31 Hogs Back, this individual family home offers plenty of character and charm.
The entrance vestibule leads into the spacious entrance hall with wooden flooring which continues throughout most of the ground floor, an understairs storage cupboard, staircase to first floor and door to shower room/cloakroom. The drawing room has a lovely front aspect bay window, feature fireplace housing a wood/coal burning stove, fitted book shelving and door to the kitchen. There is also a useful study/family room, again with a lovely front aspect bay window. The kitchen is fitted with a range of base and eye level units, space for fridge/freezer, space for range cooker, with extractor hood above, space and plumbing for dishwasher. The kitchen opens to the double aspect dining room with French doors opening out to the garden. From the kitchen there is a second staircase leading to the first floor, together with a door leading to a useful utility room with space for fridge/freezer, space and plumbing for washing machine, sink and storage cupboards, and door to garden.
The staircase from the entrance hall leads up to the first floor landing, which gives access to the family shower room and three double bedrooms, including the master bedroom which has an extensive range of fitted wardrobe cupboards, together with a further door giving access to a bathroom and bedroom 4; these rooms can also be accessed from the staircase located in the kitchen.
Garden and Exterior
To the front, the property is approached via a driveway providing parking for 2-3 cars, together with a small area of lawn with hedging to borders, as well as access to the WW2 shelter. A gate leads through to the main garden which is situated to the side of the property, with gravelled pathway and steps leading up to the lawn with mature hedging and trees providing a good deal of privacy, together with two patio areas, which are ideal for outdoor entertaining. There is a garden shed towards the end of the garden, with light and power and an exit out to the 4th green of Puttenham Golf Course. The property had a new private sewerage treatment plant and soakaway installed in September 2017.
The nearby villages of Compton and Puttenham are surrounded by some wonderful countryside, ideal for walking and riding, and provide easy access to the A31 and the A3, which links to the M25 and London's airports, as well as being equi-distant to Guildford and Godalming, with their main line stations providing direct services into London/Waterloo (38 and 47 mins respectively). In Compton village there are 2 inns, a couple of antique shops and on the edge of the village is The Watts Gallery, as featured in Restoration, which has a charming tea room. Guildford, with its beautiful cobbled High Street, is approx 3 miles away and boasts a multitude of shops, theatres, cinemas and restaurants. The historic market town of Godalming is a similar distance and features many individual shops as well as restaurants and bars. There is an excellent selection of schools in the area that cater for most ages and denominations both in the private and public sectors.