A delightful 5-bedroom period family home, with planning permission to extend, in this sought-after village
Middle Gingers is a well presented family home with an abundance of period features including wooden floors, beams, lead light windows and a wonderful inglenook fireplace in the drawing room. The property works well in its current form with excellent reception accommodation on the ground floor which flows well and, on first and second floors, very good bedroom accommodation, including an en suite to the principal bedroom and two further family bathrooms. However, planning permission has been obtained to extend the property at the back to enlarge the house at a single storey level, with a glass link joining the existing house to the new open plan kitchen and gym. Agent's Note: Planning permission granted for Demolition of a pitched roof garage and lean-to extensions. Erection of a single storey rear extension and erection of detached two bay carport and store DC/21/2360. NB: Prospective purchasers should make their own enquiries with the planning authority.
This property has 1.32 acres of land.
The house is well set back from the road and sits in lovely grounds of approximately 1.32 acres. To the front is a large expanse of lawn, edged by a gravel driveway leading up to the house and double garage behind where there is ample space for parking. The rear garden is well screen and private with mature trees and hedges on the boundaries, except at the far end of the garden which has stunning views looking over the North Downs. Within the rear garden is a grass tennis court, as well as a delightful sunken terrace, making the ideal spot for outdoor entertaining and relaxing. For the avid gardener, there is also a large vegetable garden and some fruit cages. At the far end of the plot is the addition of a separate paddock of approximately 0.3 acres which overlooks the surrounding fields.
Middle Gingers lies in Cox Green on the edge of the village of Rudgwick, which sits conveniently on the Surrey/West Sussex border. A short walk brings you to the Firebird micro brewery and the Milk Churn coffee shop. Other amenities in the village include local shops, country pubs, GP surgery, dentist and Grade 1 Listed 13th C church. There are several active sports clubs in the village, and the surrounding area comprises miles of beautiful countryside ideal for walking, cycling and riding. Racing at Goodwood and polo at Hurtwood and Cowdray Park are a short drive away. Nearby Cranleigh, which is renowned as being the largest village in England, boasts an excellent range of high street and independent shops including an M&S Food, restaurants, cafes and pubs, plus a vibrant weekly market. It is also home to a library, an arts centre, a leisure centre and a golf and country club. The historic town of Guildford is easily accessible with its more extensive amenities and fast rail link to Waterloo. Billingshurst and Horsham offer similar facilities including a John Lewis and Waitrose and a rail link to Victoria and London Bridge.There are a number of excellent schools, both state and private, in the area, including Cranleigh School, St Catharine's, Farlington, Charterhouse, Christ's Hospital, Pennthorpe, Duke of Kent, Longacre and a highly regarded village pre-school and primary school.
From Guildford, leave the town via the A281 towards Shalford. Proceed on this road through the villages of Wonersh, Shamley Green and Stroud Common and then on to Cranleigh. Continue through Cranleigh and take the B2128 Horsham Road towards Ellen's Green. Keep on the B2128 in the direction of Rudgwick and then after passing the junction with Cox Green Road bear to the left into Church Street. The property can be found on the right hand side.
From Horsham, take the A281/Bishopric away from the town centre and continue to follow the A281 to the Farthings Hill Interchange. Take the first exit onto the A24/A264 slip road and keep left to leave at the next exit, taking the second exit at the roundabout onto the A264. Continue straight ahead at the next roundabout, and then at the next roundabout, take the second exit onto Five Oaks Road, heading towards Guildford. At the Newbridge Roundabout, take the first exit onto the A281 and then continue to follow the A281 for two miles. Turn right onto the B2128/Church Street, following the sign for Rudgwick, and continue for just over a mile, heading straight on at the mini roundabout. You will find the property on your left-hand side.Read all
- Entrance hall/Dining area
- Drawing room
- Family room
- External store
- Principal bedroom with en suite bathroom and shower
- 4 further double bedrooms
- 2 family bathrooms
- Double garage
- Wood store
- Garden, in all approximately 1.32 acres
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