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The property comprises an early medieval two-bay hall house which is believed to date from the early part of the 15th century with later additions. The attractive elevations are of mellow brick with leaded light casement windows under a clay tiled roof. This historic farmhouse is Grade II Listed and, being largely oak framed, the interior is full of character with extensive exposed timbering and a large inglenook fireplace in the drawing room.
The accommodation comprises 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, drawing room, dining room, study, kitchen/breakfast room, W.C. and utility room.
Bramley village centre with a good selection of local shops is just over 3 miles and Cranleigh with more extensive amenities is 3.5 miles. For commuters, Guildford main line station is about 6.5 miles with a frequent train service to Waterloo in 38 minutes and there is access onto the A3 within 7.5 miles. Schools in the area include St Catherine's in Bramley, Longacre Preparatory School in Shamley Green, Cranleigh School and Charterhouse in Godalming.
The beautiful, well maintained grounds surrounding the house include areas of formal garden, a vegetable garden and orchard, extending in all to about 1.80 acres (including the common land verge).
Adjacent to the west elevation of the house, there is a group of traditional period farm buildings, also listed, including a fine oak-framed barn with wagon doors, two ranges of stabling with original stalls and mangers, together with hay loft.
There is courtyard parking for multiple cars and a double car port.
3 Reception Rooms
about 1.80 acres (including the common land verge)
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