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A most attractive detached Grade II listed period farmhouse with a wealth of character features including exposed ceiling and wall timbering. There are some leaded light windows, two lovely inglenook fireplaces, double aspect dining room, extended kitchen/breakfast room with double-oven Aga, double aspect drawing room with oak strip flooring, triple aspect garden room with wood burning stove, oak flooring and oak bi-fold doors overlooking and leading to the south facing garden. On the first floor, the landing leads to three bedrooms and family bathroom with a door and stairs leading up to the second floor and the fourth bedroom. The master bedroom is a charming room with wide exposed original floorboards, exposed ceiling and wall timbers and an ensuite bathroom. There is also a self-contained annexe having its onw front door which can also be accessed from the main entrance hall as seen on the corresponding floorplan.
The property is located within a delightful rural setting, within close proximity to the picturesque village, public house (Scarlett Arms) and 12th Century church in nearby Okewood Hill. For shopping and recreational facilities, Cranleigh lies within 4 miles, whilst Dorking (11 miles) and Horsham (8 miles) are both readily accessible via the A24 and A29. Both also offer good rail links into London, Ockley is about 5 miles distant with a regular train service to London.
The property is approached via two separate sets of five bar gates with a driveway between. This in turn leads to a courtyard area to the front of the house with a detached double garage with workshop area and loft storage. There is an open sided Car Barn for three vehicles, detached timber and tiled roof Granary, timber and tiled roof former Farm Shop, tiled Hen House and timber Summerhouse. The gardens are a lovely feature of the property laid to three sides of the house. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn bordered by mature hedging and leads to a further grassed area providing a wonderful vista from the main house with open countryside beyond. On the eastern side of the property is a field that may be considered ideal for those looking for a property with equestrian use. In all the whole extends to about 4 acres.
There are various outbuildings including an open-fronted garage, granary, additional double garage fields with water connected. The gardens to the property lie predominantly to three sides and are laid to lawn with well-stocked beds interspersed with shrubs and plants. In all the gardens and grounds extend to approximately 4 acres.
N.B. There is a public footpath, which crosses one of the fields.
Three Reception Rooms
Utility Room with Shower
Master Bedroom/Ensuite Bathroom
Three Further Bedrooms
Annexe - Two Reception Rooms
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