A charming 3 bedroom cottage in a peaceful setting
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Stonebridge Cottage is a charming period cottage, which has been a much loved home for about 60 years. The property sits in delightful grounds in a secluded and tranquil setting and, with some modernisation, would make a wonderful residence for a family. At the front there are three gables and a pretty porch adorned with climbing roses leads you into the house. The reception rooms on the ground floor are well laid out with a cosy drawing room with an open fireplace, a separate dining room, also with its own fireplace and a kitchen, which has the added appeal of an Aga. A conservatory leads off the drawing room where one can sit appreciate the lovely garden all year round. A downstairs bathroom completes the ground floor accommodation. Stairs rise to the first floor where there are three good size bedrooms. The principal bedroom has an en suite bathroom with a shower.
The cottage is well set back from the road and approached via a quiet lane up to the house. There is parking in front of the double garage and access into the garden with a pathway leading up to the front door. The gardens are well maintained and mainly laid to level lawn, interspersed with some mature trees and most notably some fabulous mature rhododendron bushes. On the other side of the house, for the avid gardener, there is the potential to reinstate the vegetable garden and fruit cages.
The property is located just outside the small village of Worplesdon, which has a village hall and its own thriving local tennis and cricket clubs, as well as the added benefit of a mainline rail services to London Waterloo. The house is located on Rickford Common which leads in to the extensive Whitmoor Common, and the surrounding area is ideal for walking, cycling and riding. The bustling and highly sought-after town of Guildford is just over 4 miles away and offers an extensive range of recreational and cultural amenities, including the Odeon cinema complex, Yvonne Arnaud, Electric and G Live Theatres. Guildford also provides an extensive range of shops, coffee shops and restaurants, from high street stores to bespoke retailers. General leisure amenities include the Surrey Sports Park, Spectrum Sports Centre, a wide range of local golf and tennis clubs, including the Pit Farm Tennis Club, Merrist Wood Golf Club and The Guildford Golf Course. The Guildford area is renowned for its excellent range of both state and independent schools including George Abbott Secondary School, Lanesborough Preparatory School, Royal Grammar School, Guildford High School and Tormead School. The property has excellent transport links, with easy access to rail services into central London and the A3, A25 and M25 providing links across the south east and the national motorway network; and to the major international airports.
From Guildford town centre, take Chertsey Street and then Stoke Road north, crossing the A3 to join Woking Road. Continue on Woking Road for one and a half miles, before turning left onto Burdenshott Road. After a mile and a quarter, turn left onto Goose Rye Road. Proceed along this road following the right hand bend in the road. Then take the 4th turn on the right and this lane will lead you to Stonebridge Cottage.Read all
- Drawing room
- Dining room
- Cloakroom/downstairs bathroom
- Principal bedroom with en suite bathroom
- Two further bedrooms
- Garden, in all about 0.59 acre
- Double garage
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