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A four bedroom detached converted barn packed to the rafters with character features and located within one mile of the village centre. Offering a wealth of beams, an inglenook fireplace, flagstone and aged wooden floors plus a beautiful oak framed extension. With planning permission to extend further and update if desired WA/2015/0368. There is ample parking for several vehicles plus two useful outbuildings
Converted we believe in the 1970's, and subsequently updated and extended, the property comprises an attractive brick and timber elevation, under a tiled pitch roof. The downstairs accommodation is made up of an entrance hall, bathroom, utility area, kitchen and a handsome sitting room leading to a green oak extension, built in 2001, providing a delightful double aspect dining area or family room. The recently fitted kitchen is well appointed with a comprehensive range of oak fronted base and eye-level units topped with stylish granite work surfaces. On the first floor there are four bedrooms, including an impressive master bedroom with adjacent dressing area and en-suite shower room.
A five bar gate opens from the road onto a gravelled driveway with lawn to the right, edged with mature trees and shrubs. In turn this leads to a gravelled parking area with space for parking several vehicles. There are two useful outbuildings, either of which could potentially be used as a home office or studio.
5.64m x 2.31m (18'6" x 7'7")
Beamed ceiling, oak fronted base and eye level units with granite worktop and flagstone floor. Stainless steel sink with mixer tap, integrated fridge/freezer and dishwasher
5.49m x 5.03m (18'0" x 16'6")
A handsome reception room with beamed ceiling and aged, stripped wooden floor. With a focal point of a fabulous inglenook fireplace with an oak bressumer housing an open fire. Double doors open onto the garden.
5.03m x 3.00m (16'6" x 9'10")
Beautiful, double aspect green oak extension with feature brick fireplace and two sets of double doors opening onto the garden and courtyard.
White suite comprising bath with shower over, inset sink and lavatory. Tiled floor and ladder rack towel rail
5.23m x 5.18m (17'2" x 17')
Superb double aspect room with feature vaulted ceiling and flooded with light from a large picture window overlooking the garden. The adjacent dressing area is furnished with fitted wardrobes.
Stylishly furnished with a contemporary suite made up of walk-in shower, basin and lavatory. Beamed ceiling and travertine stone tiling to walls and floor.
3.86m x 3.48m (12'8" x 11'5")
A light double aspect room with a range of fitted wardrobes.
3.48m x 2.36m (11'5" x 7'9")
A charming room, perfect for a teenager, with a quirky high rise bed and ladder.
3.28m x 2.44m (10'9" x 8'0")
Single bedroom which offers the potential to be used as a study
Gates from the road open onto a gravelled drive with lawned area to the right, edged with trees and mature shrubs. The drive leads to a large gravelled turning area to the rear of the property and in turn the studio and home office.
7.26m x 2.64m (23'10" x 8'8")
A good size home office offering power, light and heat.
10.97m x 3.53m (36' x 11'7")
Offering versatile additional space to the main house and offering the potential to be used as guest accommodation or an extra family room. With power, light and heat.
Cranleigh claims to be England's largest village and nestles amidst the stretched woodland of the North Downs at the foot of the Surrey Hills. Mile upon mile of accessible and beautiful countryside surround the village where you can enjoy cycling, horseriding and walking. It lies equidistant between the large market towns of Horsham and Guildford, both of which offer mainline rail stations with regular services into Victoria and Waterloo respectively. Cranleigh's location makes it an affordable alternative for commuters to live where they can enjoy a semi-rural lifestyle combined with excellent transport links.
EPC Rating E
These particulars are believed to be correct and have been verified by or on behalf of the Vendor. However any interested party will satisfy themselves as to their accuracy and as to any other matter regarding the Property or its location or proximity to other features or facilities which is of specific importance to them. Distances and areas are only approximate and unless otherwise stated fixtures contents and fittings are not included in the sale. Prospective purchasers are always advised to commission a full inspection and structural survey of the Property before deciding to proceed with a purchase.