This charming property is entered via an attractive stable door, which opens in to an entrance vestibule with tiled floor and door in to the cottage. On the ground floor there is a warm and welcoming dining hall, which boasts a bay fronted window, fireplace with fuel stove and delightful exposed beams throughout the ground floor. The dual aspect sitting room benefits from plenty of natural light and leads to a snug/study room, which is separated via a step up creating a slightly higher level. There is an additional bay window and cast iron surround fireplace in the sitting room which only adds to the appeal of this home. The hand crafted kitchen/breakfast room is located at the rear of the house and has been made to last, with solid stained pine cupboard and drawer units, Welsh dresser and extensive work surface. The kitchen has an Aga and plenty of space for further appliances as well as a utility cupboard with space for a washing machine. There is a useful cupboard under the stairs which is perfect for storing coats and boots. Upstairs there are three large bedrooms with exposed beams and a single fourth bedroom. The property is complete with a large family bathroom with additional storage off the master, together with three piece shower suite adjacent to bedroom four.
Garden and Exterior
Externally to the front of the property there is a gravel parking area providing off road parking for a couple of cars, bordered by a picket fence fronting a beautiful area of garden. To the rear of the property there is quant court yard area which is accessed from the kitchen at the rear of the house, the perfect area for al-fresco dining. Perhaps the most impressive feature of this home is the main garden, which is detached from the cottage via a footpath at the rear of the property. This 'secret' garden is predominately laid to lawn and edged by mature trees and hedging, creating a discreet and private area, perfect for children to burn energy, or perhaps to unwind in the country.
Chiddingfold village is one of Surrey's archetypal villages with a cricket green, a village green and pond, three inns, two corner shops, post office and butcher shop. The surrounding area has some wonderful countryside ideal for walking and riding and yet there is a mainline railway station just over two miles from the village with a journey time to Waterloo of around 55 minutes. Milford village (approximately five miles away) has an excellent range of local shops including the renowned Farm Shop, chemist and fresh fish shop. The historic market town of Godalming, a further two miles away, offers a selection of individual shops, restaurants, wine bars as well as superstores and Guildford, four miles further on, has a multitude of shops, theatres, cinemas and restaurants. For all of the above mentioned towns and villages, there is a direct bus service as well as rail service from nearby Witley Station.