Peaslake Lane, Peaslake, Surrey
£695,000 Freehold -

Description

A charming semi-detached cottage, situated in the heart of the Surrey Hills, close to the centre of the sought-after village of Peaslake. The property offers spacious accommodation well suited to family life, with further potential for extension and a large garden backing onto fields. The local shop, school and The Hurtwood Inn are all within a short walk. EPC Band F

The property is approached through a five bar gate to a long driveway with a large front garden and plenty of parking. The front door opens into an entrance hall with a side window and stairs to the first floor. The sitting room has a bay window overlooking the front garden, a stripped wood floor and a central fireplace with a log burner. The hallway leads through into the central dining room which has a decorative brick fireplace and double doors leading out to the rear garden. Off the dining room is an inner lobby with built in storage shelves and doors leading to a downstairs wc and the garage. The kitchen opens off the dining room and has a wood block breakfast bar from which to look out at the rear garden. It is vaulted at one end with a roof light window, has a quarry tiled floor and is fitted with a range of Shaker style painted units and a gas fired Rayburn.

Upstairs, the master bedroom overlooks the front garden and has exposed wooden floor boards,  fitted wardrobes and shelving. Bedroom two is a double and has a built in cupboard and enjoys an outlook over the rear garden. Bedroom three is another double with a built in wardrobe and a window to the side elevation. The family bathroom is fully tiled and fitted with a modern white suite of bath with Aqualisa shower and a glazed screen, basin, and wc. From the landing the stairs continue up to a loft room with a large roof light window to the rear elevation and fitted with a large raised bed and built in storage cupboards, including under the eaves.

The rear garden has a block paved terrace extending across the rear of the property. The garden is terraced with retaining walls and steps lead up to an area of lawn with a decked seating area. Further steps lead to a larger area of lawn with several apple trees and a large colourful planted border. There is then an area of wild garden which backs directly onto open fields.

Location And Amenities

The property is situated in in the heart of the Surrey Hills village of Peaslake. The local shop and deli, the church, the local primary school and the Hurtwood Inn are all within walking distance. There is a great sense of community that surrounds these establishments. Peaslake sits beneath Holmbury Hill and Pitch Hill, beyond which are Leith Hill and Winterfold.  In total there is over 3,000 acres of wood and heathland to explore, making it absolutely ideal for walkers, mountain bikers and horse riding.

The larger village of Cranleigh is 4.5 miles to the south and offers a wide range of facilities including a modern health centre, library and a leisure centre. The High Street is lined with pavement cafes and restaurants; there are also a range of stylish independent shops and also better known names such as M&S Food, WHSmiths and Sainsburys. There is a good choice of schooling in both the private and the state sector, including the renowned Cranleigh School, The Duke of Kent in Peaslake and Longacre School at Shamley Green.

There are commuter stations at Gomshall, Clandon and Effingham Junction, which are 2.5 miles, 7 miles and 9 miles respectively. The county town of Guildford is 8.5 miles away and provides a mainline rail service with a fast service into Waterloo. There is also access to the A3 for central London and the M25. The range of shops are a match for the best streets in central London. There is also a modern multi-screen cinema and The Spectrum leisure centre offers ice skating, bowling, swimming pools, gym facilities and athletics track. The area is well served with golf courses, tennis clubs, riding stables and just about anything else you might turn care to try.

 

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