Situated on the edge of Broadwater Park, within a stones throw of all the excellent local facilities that Farncombe has to offer, including the main line station, this 3 bedroom end of terrace character cottage benefits from off road parking together with a larger than average south facing rear garden.
The front door opens into a modern kitchen/breakfast room with an attractive front aspect bay window, offering a range of cream shaker style base and eye level units, space for a range style cooker with extractor hood above, space for fridge/freezer, space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, space for a small breakfast table. A door leads through to the sitting/dining room which is a light and spacious dual aspect room with stairs to the first floor, built in understairs storage cupboard and French doors with glazed side panels leading out to the conservatory, which in turn leads to the rear garden.
On the first floor there are three bedrooms, with the master bedroom enjoying a rear aspect and outlook over the garden and towards Broadwater Park, bedroom 2 has a vaulted ceiling with outlook over Broadwater Park, whilst bedroom 3 has a built in storage cupboard which also houses the combi boiler. The family bathroom has a white suite comprising bath with shower over, wc and wash basin set in vanitory unit.
Garden and Exterior
To the front of the property there is a paved area, ideal for pots etc, with a concealed bin store - enclosed by fencing and stone wall. A shared gravelled driveway leads to the rear of the property where there is parking for two cars. The larger than average south facing rear garden is split into two areas; the first area is enclosed by a low picket fence and gate, with a patio leading on to an area of lawn - this part of the garden can also be accessed directly from the conservatory. Beyond the parking area is a further area of enclosed garden, again being mainly laid to lawn, with a decked area ideal for outdoor entertaining, and a useful garden shed.
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.