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A wonderful period cottage on the rural edge of Shamley Green with pleasant, open views across Lords Hill Common. Extended to provide generous living space over two floors, the property has wood flooring through the hall, study and living room and an attractive wood burning stove in the living room. The dining room is open plan to the kitchen providing a friendly, modern space with underfloor heating and French doors giving access to the rear garden. There are three bedrooms on the first floor, the front bedroom has lovely views over the green and an attractive cast iron fireplace and there is a generous family bathroom with separate shower and a Victorian-style roll-top bath.
Set back behind the green and overlooking Lords Hill Common, the property is approached, along with a number of other properties over an unmade up bridleway from the lane. Lords Hill Common is situated on the edge of Shamley Green (approx. 0.5 mile), a perenially popular village in the Surrey Hills. The village itself has a shop for daily needs, a green and 2 popular pubs. Further amenities are available in Cranleigh about 2 miles and Guildford which also has an excellent range of amenities, a mainline station with services to Waterloo in 38 minutes and access to the A3 for London and the M25. The area is part of the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is surrounded by miles of beautiful walking, riding and cycling countryside. There are two schools in the village, Longacre and Wonersh & Shamley Green Primary which is rated 'outstanding' by Ofsted.
The property has a small area of front garden with a low wall allowing views from the house over the green. Principally the garden lies to the rear with a paved terrace adjoining the house and providing space for alfresco entertaining and an area of level lawn bordered by raised and planted flower beds.
Waverley Borough Council, Tax band E. All mains services connected.
Quiet position overlooking Green
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