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This property's price has dropped from £575,000 to Guide Price £550,000.
Located in the heart of the picturesque Hamlet of Seale is this two bedroom home that forms part of a converted school house. This period cottage has many character features including original Victorian cast iron fireplaces, ledged and braced cottage style doors, sandstone window ledges, drop leaf windows, good ceiling heights, and natural wood flooring throughout the main reception area. The accommodation comprises an entrance hall leading to a WC and the main living area. This is an open plan lounge/dining room, with double doors leading to the garden, an open fireplace, and then open into the fitted kitchen. In all a great living space ideal for entertaining and young families alike. Moving upstairs there are two double bedrooms, with a spiral staircase leading from the second bedroom to a bonus loft room, and a family bathroom.
Positioned in the rural, leafy settings of Seale Hamlet and tucked away from passing traffic, this home is within 4 miles of Farnham mainline station and is ideally located for a London commuter wanting a countryside setting. Seale is a historic Hamlet in an English heritage area and is home to a 12th Century church, and in the road itself there is this Victorian School House, as well as the Old Post Office and the Old School Mistress house. The surrounding area boasts many miles of open countryside which can be accessed from the property, ideal for walking, riding and cycling, such as the North Downs way and National Trail from Farnham to Canterbury only moments away. There is good access to excellent Ofsted sought after schools, and good transport links; with the A31 which links Farnham with Guildford close by, and the A3 which is ideal for London and the south coast. Farnham provides a comprehensive range of shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as a main line station to Waterloo within the hour. The town of Guildford is 7 miles to the west (Waterloo 35 minutes).
To the front of the house there is a shingle driveway providing off road parking, and an array of mature shrubs and plants. The rear garden stretches 55m and been beautifully, architecturally designed over two levels, leading down to a secluded fire pit to the rear with a circular seating area surrounding it, great for entertaining. The lower level gives way to two patio areas and a decking area, with a sunken section for a hot tub. There is an antique carved water trough as a water feature with traditional sandstone wall. Moving to the top level there is another decking area that leads to a summer house complete with power, lighting and heating; this can be used as a home office. The garden is enclosed by a mixture of mature shrubs and trees which give a high degree of seclusion. There is another patio area, with a water feature. In all a great garden either for entertaining or for kids. Accessed via a separate lane to the side of the house is an attached garage with double opening doors, and additional storage space above.
Converted school house
lounge/dining room with open fireplace
gas central heating
off road parking
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