Offered with no onward chain, this charming three bedroom period home retains plenty of character features and is presented to a high standard. There is a reception room to the front of the property which boasts an attractive bay fronted window as well as a feature fireplace, and is currently being used as a sitting room/snug. The second reception room has plenty of character, with an exposed brick fire place, wooden floor, a sash window and useful space under the stairs which is currently arranged as a study area with a desk. To the rear of the property there is a galley style kitchen comprising an array of eye and base level units, together with white goods including fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher and free-standing cooker, as well as access to the rear patio area/garden. Upstairs there is a large double bedroom to the front of the property, as well as two singles and a family bathroom, which comprises a bath, w/c and wash basin.
Garden and Exterior
Externally, to the front of the property there is a small pebbled area with some plants and shrubs, as well as a pathway which leads to the front door and continues along the side of the house, to the rear garden. To the rear of the property the attractive enclosed rear garden is perhaps one of the largest on the road and is mainly laid to lawn with some small shrubs and trees to borders. There is a patio area which can be accessed from the kitchen, as well as a further patio area ideal for al-fresco dining located at the end of the garden. There is also a useful garden shed and wood store.
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.