Wonersh Common
£1,695 pcm unfurnished -


An attached barn conversion situated in a desirable location on Wonersh Common. The accommodation includes a vaulted ground floor bedroom, a reception room with a bay window and open fireplace and a kitchen with adjoining dining room. The garden is secluded and enjoys an outlook over fields to Chinthurst Hill.

Front Door leading to: 

Hallway: with two storage cupboards and wood flooring.

Shower Room: with shower cubicle, wc and hand basin.

Sitting Room: 16′ x 14’7″ (4.88 x 4.45m) with bay window, open fireplace and wood flooring.

Kitchen: 14′ x 10’4″ (4.27m x 3.15m) with double butler sink, a range cooker (gas hob, hot plate and electric oven), extractor fan, fridge/freezer, washing machine. 

Dining Room/Study: 14′ x 8′ (4.27m x 2.44m) with wood flooring and double doors leading to pathway and garden. 

Bedroom 1: 14′ x 12’8″ (4.27m x 3.86m) with fabulous vaulted ceiling and wood flooring.

Stairs leading from kitchen up to first floor

Bedroom 2: 11’10” x 11′ (3.61m x 3.35m) with dormer window and south aspect.

Bedroom 3: 11′ x 7’11” (3.35m x 2.41m) with dormer window and views of Common.

Bathroom: claw foot bath with shower attachment, wc and hand-basin set into vanity unit.

Garden: Gravelled parking area to the front and a pathway leads down the side of the property to a secluded garden with established borders, vegetable beds and garden shed. A lovely open aspect over fields to Chinthurst Hill.

Location: Wonersh village is four miles from Guildford and lies on the B2128 between Shalford and Cranleigh. The village has a network of footpaths and bridleways leading to the surrounding countryside including the Downs Link. At the top of Chinthurst Hill is a tower folly built in the 1930’s, set in a wooded area managed by Surrey Wildlife Trust. The Common, on which cricket and football are played, provides a large open space in the centre of the village. There is a modern sports pavilion and on the other side of the Common is a well-equipped playground. Wonersh has two churches, two halls, a village shop and post office, a pub, Doctors Surgery, pharmacy and two nursery schools, all of which help contribute to the active life of the village. There are also a number of clubs and societies which run in the village.

Local Authority: Waverley BC Band E (2016/17 £2049.84)

Services: Gas central heating, mains drainage, mains electricity.

Viewings: Strictly through Crowes Estate Agents Tel: 01483 267181