This charming single storey cottage is believed to have been built in the mid 1900's and has been completely updated to provide light and contemporary accommodation. The front door leads into the entrance hall which is the hub of this home, and from which all the rooms radiate. An Indian Slate tiled floor makes for a practical surface underfoot and continues throughout the kitchen/dining room and bathroom. The double aspect sitting room is a cosy room, featuring parquet flooring and an open brick fireplace as the focal point, together with and contemporary wall lights. The kitchen/dining room has two distinct areas with the kitchen fitted with a range of modern cream base and eye level cabinets and drawers with complementing wood block preparation surfaces and includes a Belfast sink with chrome mixer tap and various integrated appliances comprising of an oven, hob, fridge and dishwasher. There is also a useful utility area, with space for a washing machine, which also has access to the garden. There are two well proportioned bedrooms with the principal bedroom enjoying a double aspect view, with both bedrooms having built-in wardrobes. The bathroom is equipped with a modern white suite comprising of a pedestal hand basin, low level WC and bath with a drench shower over.
* Detached Period Bungalow Lodge House
* Rural Location Close To Woodland And Countryside
* Well Presented Accommodation Throughout
* Modern Kitchen/Dining Room
* Garden And Parking Space
* Vacant Possession With No Chain
- Charming Detached Period Cottage
- Adjacent To Countryside And Woodland
- 2 Bedrooms, 1 Reception Room, Kitchen/Dining Room
- Modern Fitted Kitchen And Bathroom
- Easy To Maintain Garden And Parking
- Vacant Possession With No Onward Chain
Garden and Exterior
To the front of the property there is a driveway offering parking space with an adjacent flower and shrub borders. The rear garden is a modest size and flanks two sides of the property. Mainly laid to lawn and enclosed by established laurel hedging the garden offers a good degree of seclusion and also contains a garden shed. Opposite the property is the Wey and Arun Canal together with Sydney Woods, which is a fabulous area of countryside, ideal for those who enjoy walking or cycling.
Alfold is a village in South/West Surrey situated on the cusp of Surrey/West Sussex border. The village is set in an area of wooded countryside with many footpaths and bridleways through Forestry Commission land and along the Wey and Arun Canal. The St Nicholas church in the centre of the village dating back to 1100. The village benefits from two pubs and a village shop, Village Hall, Sports Ground, cricket pitch and tennis courts. A recent additional benefit has been the opening of a Marks and Spencer Simply Food.The nearby town of Godalming offers a wide range of shops 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 neighbouring village of Cranleigh also offers a bustling High Street with a butcher, fishmonger and a variety of shops, cafes and restaurants. It also benefits from a modern health centre, library and leisure centre.