An immaculately presented detached 4-bedroom family house in the desirable village of Cranleigh
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This delightful period family home is a Building of Local Merit in Cranleigh, being affiliated to the business of the locally renowned 20th century wheelwright. Latched doors, exposed beams and leaded light windows add to the charm of this property which offers 1,818 sq. ft of elegantly presented accommodation over two floors.
The entrance porch leads to a sizeable panelled dining hall, providing access to the staircase and stylish sitting room, magnificent kitchen/ dining area, utility and cloakroom. The sitting room is light and spacious with a gas wood burner style stove. The impressive kitchen/dining area is flooded with natural light from plentiful windows, roof light and French doors opening to the kitchen garden terrace. A central island with focus lighting and drinks cooler, integrated appliances and ample cabinet storage seamlessly connects to the dining area, with room for a large dining table. The utility room provides a butler sink, appliance storage and cabinets with an adjoining cloakroom.
On the first floor there is a light and airy principal bedroom with en suite cloakroom, a further bedroom with en suite shower room and built-in storage. There are two further bedrooms, a good sized study with plentiful space and natural light and a family bathroom with a walk-in shower and bath.
Double gates open to the secluded front garden which is laid to lawn and includes two paved seating areas. A large workshop, believed to be the old wheelwrights forge, provides additional storage or studio space. Access to the garage is from the rear where there is additional off-road parking. A pedestrian side access from the front garden leads to the charming kitchen garden with an impressive paved terrace and raised vegetable beds and planting.
Cranleigh has an excellent range of High Street and individual shops, Sainsburys, Co-Op and M&S Simply Food supermarkets, restaurants, coffee shops and country pubs, a vibrant weekly market, an extensive garden centre and a library. The Cranleigh Arts Centre, the renowned Cranleigh Cricket Academy and The Cranleigh School Equestrian Centre are close by, along with the Surrey Hills (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), perfect for the outdoor enthusiast Guildford, with its cobbled High Street and historic buildings is readily accessible and offers an eclectic range of shops, restaurants and entertainment including The Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Electric and G Live theatres.
A number of excellent schools are in the area, both within state and private sectors and include Cranleigh, Pennthorpe, St Cuthbert Mayne, St Hilarys, St Catherines, Charterhouse, Royal Grammar School, Guildford High & Tormead.
From Guildford take the A281 through Shalford and Bramley villages, then approximately 2 miles after Bramley, turn left off the A281 onto Run Common Rd. Take the 2nd exit at the roundabout onto Guildford Rd and continue for some 1.7 miles. Go straight over the next roundabout, passing Cranleigh Cricket Green on your left. Continue the full length of the village High Street, then turn left onto Church Lane immediately after St Nicolas Church. Follow the road round to the right with the Arts Centre car park on your right and Little Causey is situated at the far end. Walk along the path and the property is situated on the right.Read all
- Reception Hall
- Sitting room
- Kitchen/dining area with separate utility room
- Principal bedroom with en suite
- 2 Further bedrooms, 1 en suite
- Family bathroom
- Garage with separate workshop
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