This delightful three bedroom Victorian home built in the 1890s and offers an abundance of outstanding character and charm synonymous with the era with the practicality of a modern living environment. Enjoying distant views over the Guildford Road, across open farmland and countryside towards Hascombe Hill, with an adjacent meadow and woodland as a backdrop, this wonderful home is truly a home the owners have enjoyed. The well proportioned accommodation includes three generous reception rooms, including a substantial conservatory, which offers extremely versatile living space that can be adapted to individual needs. The double aspect sitting room has a fireplace as the focal point, with marble hearth and inserts, flanked either side by French doors which open on to the garden. The snug is a delightfully cozy area which overlooks the front of the property and also enjoys an open fireplace as the focal point together with open access to the kitchen. Fitted with hand painted units and glazed display cabinets with contrasting composite preparation surfaces, the kitchen has space for appliances and a practical tiled floor which extends into the conservatory. Currently utilised as the dining room, this area has a lovely view and access onto the garden. The ground floor accommodation is completed by an attractive utility room/wet room.
The turning stairs lead to the first floor landing and the three bedrooms family bathroom. Bedroom one has a double aspect over the side and rear garden and further over the adjoining meadow. This sizable room features a vaulted ceiling and fitted wardrobes. Bedroom three shares the delightful rear aspect, whilst bedroom two is a generously proportioned room with a recessed wardrobe and distant views across to Hascombe Hill. The stylish family bathroom has been recently installed and features a white suite with over bath shower and waterfall taps and includes a feature wall of stylish Porcelanosa tiles and Karndean timber effect flooring.
Shamley Green is a pretty village, located 5 miles to the South of Guildford, at the foot of the Surrey Hills. It has a village shop and post office, two excellent pubs and a cricket green. The market town of Guildford offers a comprehensive range of shopping and recreational facilities, as well as a mainline station with a fast service into Waterloo and access to the A3 for the M25 and central London.
The larger village of Cranleigh is 5 miles in the opposite direction. It has a health centre, library and leisure centre, as well as a wide range of shops and restaurants. These include a butcher, fishmonger, Marks and Spencer Simply Food , two supermarkets and a wide range of independent retailers. The area boasts a choice of excellent schools, both private and independent, and is surrounded by miles of open countryside, including the Surrey Hills and the Downs Link; ideal for walking, cycling and horse riding.