Situated on this popular road, Rose Cottage enjoys a favourable position within walking distance of the amenities of Chiddingfold village. This Georgian house was built in 1832 for Mary Woods (whose initials appear on the front of the house). It has a wealth of period charm and character, having undergone a substantial restoration using traditional methods and having been sympathetically modernised by its current owners. Internally the house has impressive high ceilings, which are complemented by original wooden floors, large original sash windows and a neutral colour scheme. Both reception spaces are fronted by bay windows and are warmed by wood burning stoves. On the ground floor an entrance hall opens to a sitting room and a dining room, open plan to a hand-made country style kitchen with a wood-burning Rayburn and electric Aga. Adjoining the kitchen, there is a pantry and a good sized utility room where there is space for laundry machines. There is also a wet room with a rain shower and underfloor heating, a boot room and a w.c. A cellar is also present and could be converted. Upstairs there are four bedrooms including three sizeable double bedrooms with fireplaces. The bedrooms at the back of the house have views over open fields and countryside. There is also a stylish family bathroom with roll top bath and underfloor heating.
The house is situated in Chiddingfold, a highly desirable Surrey village with a charming green and duck pond and excellent range of local amenities, including two general stores, a Post Office, doctor’s surgery, three pubs and a historic church surrounded by open countryside. Local leisure facilities include a cricket green and golf club, while National Trust’s Winkworth Arboretum is 6.5 miles distant for country walks. More comprehensive amenities can be found in the neighbouring towns of Godalming and Haslemere (both under 7 miles). Chiddingfold has a highly regarded primary school (St Mary’s), and there is an exceptional choice of state and private schools. Witley Station is approx. 2 miles away and serves London Waterloo in under an hour.
There is a charming cottage garden to the front stocked with a variety of roses and colourful cottage garden flowers and plants. To the side of the house there is a newly gravelled parking area for three cars, and twin gates opening to a substantial gravel driveway, a detached flint and brick garage/store, a gravel terrace and a sizeable lawn. There are ample mature trees (including apple and bay trees) and plants providing a high degree of privacy, raised vegetable/herb beds and a chicken coop. The garden backs on to open fields and countryside.
Services: All main services connected. Local authority: Waverley Borough Council Council tax: Band G
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