- 4 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- 2 receptions
Character cottage with many original features
Somerset House, 222 High Street
Littleworth Cross Lodge is believed to date from 1872, built to house the coachman, groom and their families on the Littleworth Estate. Originally two cottages, this pretty ironstone Lodge has been renovated over the years, most recently by the current owners, to create a wonderful family home, while still retaining many of the original features. The spacious entrance hall leads to the heart of the home, with an open-plan kitchen/dining room with AGA which overlooks the sitting room with wood burner and garden beyond. The dual aspect playroom/study features an open fireplace and the downstairs bedroom with adjacent shower room is a flexible space for use as a guest/occasional bedroom or an additional reception room. Upstairs there are three good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom. EPC Rating E.
This property has 0.5 acres of land.
Approached by five-bar gates, Littleworth Cross Lodge is bordered by mature trees, garden walls and hedging. The wonderful level walled rear garden garden is mostly laid to lawn and sheltered by a stunning original red brick wall, creating a magical garden setting, the perfect backdrop for the numerous climbing roses, clematis and wisteria that bloom from spring to autumn. Feature borders are planted to create seasonal interest, with fruit trees, the established vegetable garden and greenhouse positioned to the rear of the garden. An attractive terrace across the side and rear of the property is accessed from the sitting room. A double glazed garage has the potential to be insulated and become a great place from which to work whilst enjoying views of the garden. There is a greenhouse and timber shed for storage. A covered stone-paved area adjacent to the garage is perfect for entertaining. A wrought iron gate leads to the side courtyard and is an ideal area for log storage and allows access to the house.
Farnham and station 3.8 miles (London/ Waterloo from 53 minutes), Farncombe station 6 miles (London/Waterloo from 44 minutes), Guildford 8 miles, London 44 milesFarnham and station 3.8 miles (London/Waterloo from 53 minutes), Farncombe station 6 miles (London/Waterloo from 44 minutes), Guildford 8 miles, London 44 miles. Positioned between the popular Surrey towns of Farnham and Guildford, the property is perfectly situated amongst the active village communities of Seale and The Sands and the wider Parish which includes Puttenham and Wanborough. Nearby Elstead provides many local amenities and sporting clubs. The house enjoys easy access to surrounding woodland, farmland and commons, which provide miles of sandy countryside for walking, running and cycling. There is also a sailing club at Frensham Great Pond. The property sits adjacent to Hampton Estate which runs many local events and manage the surrounding land. The Sands is home to a church, public house and Farnham Golf Club. The nearby Georgian town of Farnham has a good range of shops, supermarkets and recreational facilities. There is an excellent choice of state, private and boarding schools in the Farnham, Guildford and surrounding areas including Puttenham Infant School, Waverley Abbey, Aldro, Barfield, Charterhouse, RGS and Guildford High School. The A31, A331 and M3 all provide easy access to the motorway network; Heathrow and Gatwick and airports are under an hour away.
From Farnham, follow the A31 towards Guildford taking the first exit on the left signposted Runfold. At the T junction turn right taking the first turning on the left into Crooksbury Road. After about ½ mile, take the first turning on the left signposted to The Sands. Continue through the village passing the Farnham Golf Course on the left and The Barley Mow pub on the right. Continue straight on for about a mile, and at the next crossroads turn right into Seale Lane, where Littleworth Cross Lodge can be found on the left hand side.
- Character, ironstone detached lodge house on the Littleworth Estate
- Quiet location between Seale and The Sands with easy access to Elstead, Farnham & Guildford
- Stunning walled garden of about 0.5 acre
- Open plan kitchen/dining room through to sitting room with inglenook fireplace and wood burner
- Playroom, office and a ground floor bedroom with shower room adjacent
- Three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom
- Garage with potential to convert into a garden office with covered seating/entertaining area
- Fantastic access to country walks and surrounding villages
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