This delightful period home dates back to the mid-1600's with later additions and offers well-proportioned and beautifully presented accommodation throughout, which has been carefully updated in recent years. It retains a huge amount of original character features, which is to be expected from a property of its age, such as exposed timber beams, open brick fireplace, stripped wood flooring and traditional cast iron radiators. Complimented by the beautiful southerly-facing gardens, which are a real feature with well-stocked borders and backing directly onto fields. The property is located in a semi-rural countryside setting in the lovely Surrey village of Dunsfold and close by to either Cranleigh and Godalming for wider amenities.
Accommodation comprises: entrance hall; cloakroom; sitting room with exposed brick open fireplace; inner hall with under stair storage cupboard and wood flooring; dining room with wood flooring and a door opening to the garden; kitchen fitted with a traditional range of farmhouse-style units, granite worktops and butler sink, integrated Neff appliances to include dishwasher, washing machine and dryer plus under counter fridge and freezer, stone tiled flooring and a stable door opening onto the garden. Upstairs, there are three bedrooms, each with a lovely outlook and a shower room comprising basin, WC and heated towel rail.
The southerly-facing landscaped gardens are mostly laid to lawn with paved terraces, well-stocked flower/shrub borders and a hedged perimeter providing a good degree of seclusion. In addition, there is a vegetable garden with picket fence perimeter, log store and large timber workshop with storage rooms. There is a gated gravelled parking area providing off-road parking for a number of vehicles.
Clarke Gammon Wellers