A delightful Grade II Listed period cottage in this desirable village close to Guildford

Built in 1512 and extended more recently, this delighted Grade II Listed cottage is both unique and charming, and boasts a wealth of period features including exposed beams, leaded windows and most notably, a wonderful inglenook fireplace within the sitting room.

The original part of the property houses the drawing room and dining room with a small study attached, while the kitchen and cloakroom are in the more recent ground floor portion of the house. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Agent's Note: There is planning permission in place to replace existing single storey rear extension with a two storey extension linked to the property with a glass link and carry out remedial work to the cottage. Planning Ref: 15/P/00125. Guildford Borough Council. Please note prospective purchasers should make their own enquiries with the council.

This property has 2.61 acres of land.


The gardens around the house are approximately 0.851 acres and easy to maintain, being mainly laid to lawn, interspersed with some mature trees and shrubs giving a sense of space. At the far end of the garden sits a five bar wooden gate which leads through to the paddock, which extends to some 1.758 acres. In addition, to the front of the house there is a paved driveway which can accommodate several cars. Further parking space is provided by the double garage.


Normandy lies 6 miles west of Guildford just north of Wanborough and the Hog's Back ridge which runs between Guildford and Farnham. Normandy is a delightful village with an active community and benefits from a village hall, excellent cricket and football clubs and a farm shop at Hunts Hill Farm, selling its own local produce. The village sits in the Green Belt and the surrounding countryside, with its distant views across undulating countryside and picturesque setting, is both a Conservation Area and an Area of Great Landscape Value.

Guildford town centre is about 6 miles distant and has an extensive range of high street and independent shops, coffee shops, restaurants, cultural and recreational facilities, which include Surrey Sports Park, The Spectrum Leisure Centre, G Live and the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre.

The direct train link to London Waterloo from both Guildford and Wanborough stations make this a perfect area for those commuting daily or simply for days out or visiting friends and family.

The surrounding countryside makes this an ideal location for outdoor activities including walking, cycling and riding, with Parwood Equestrian Centre close by. Several golf courses are in the vicinity, including Puttenham Golf Club.


From Guildford take the A31 and take the exit to Puttenham (B3000) and turn right after the slip road. Continue forward bearing left onto Wanborough Hill. Proceed and turn right into Flexford Road then left into Glaziers Lane. Continue on, passing Wanborough Station on your left. Continue on this road until you pass the turning to Manor Fruit Farm. The Glaziers Lane Surgery is immediately afterwards. Halsey Cottage is a little further on, on the opposite side of the road.

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Other features

  • Entrance hall
  • 3 Reception rooms
  • Kitchen with separate pantry and utility room
  • Cloakroom with shower
  • Principal bedroom
  • 2 Further double bedrooms
  • Family bathroom
  • Double garage
  • Gardens, about 0.851 acres and a paddock of 1.758 acres

Other details

  • Floorplan
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Ref: GFD190160

Glaziers Lane, Normandy Guildford Surrey GU3

Guide Price

Ref: GFD190160

Glaziers Lane, Normandy Guildford Surrey GU3

Guide Price