- 4 bedrooms
- 1 bathrooms
- 2 receptions
Charming cottage with separate annexe in a beautiful setting.
37 Downing Street
Currently comprising of kitchen, dining room, sitting room and conservatory on the ground floor there is the opportunity (subject to planning) to extend further.
Upstairs, there are four bedrooms, two accessed through one other bedroom and a study area, again (subject to planning) there are opportunities to extend and reconfigure.
Separate to the house is a studio, offering fantastic space and endless opportunities for usage. The gardens are very private offering lovely unspoilt views.
The property is situated on the edge of Thursley vilage, once the home of Sir Edwin Lutyens. There are a number of golf courses in the immediate vicinity. Many neighbouring beauty spots include Witley Common, Gibbet Hill and the Devil's Punch Bowl. There is direct access to miles of beautiful riding, walking and cycling paths. There is sailing and fishing at Frensham Ponds.
Guildford, Godalming and Haslemere are all accessible by car in under 15 minutes. London Waterloo from Guildford station is 37 minutes by rail. Heathrow is 36 miles distance and Gatwick Airport 45 miles.
Thursley is within easy reach of numerous nationally renowned schools, including Aldro, Charterhouse, Prior's Field and St. Catherine's.
Nearby town centres provide excellent shopping, entertainment, sports and leisure venues, while the surrounding countryside offers a myriad of recreational opportunities.
A3 (Thursley junction) 2 miles, Milford Station 5.6 miles. (London Waterloo 50 minutes), Godalming 6.5 miles. (London Waterloo 47 minutes), Guildford 12 miles. Central London 43 miles
- Entrance hall
- Four bedrooms
- Two reception rooms
- Study area
- Annexe with studio, store, cloakroom
- EPC: H
Energy Efficiency Rating
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