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The Property This three bedroom, detached Tudor home is believed to date back to circa 1520. Its wealth of original features and period charm bring individuality to this character home, including; exposed beams, original fireplaces, lead panelled windows, vaulted ceilings and an original smoke chamber. This period property has been enhanced with an extension and numerous cosmetic improvements. There is circa 1792sqft of living space, with the ground floor encompassing an open plan kitchen/living/dining room offering over 29ft of living space, forming the hub of the home with bespoke oak units, granite surfaces and a range of integrated appliances, whilst the 20ft drawing room features an Inglenook fireplace and French doors. The utility and downstairs shower room are both situated off an inner hall, giving direct access to the rear garden. A choice of two staircases lead to the first floor, one leading to the family bathroom, the master and third bedroom, the second to the second bedroom. Having benefited from complete modernisation, the family bathroom features a modern white four piece suite, with a claw foot bath and a separate glass enclosed shower cubicle.
The Grounds This detached period property is set within a generous plot with a double garage and parking available directly to the front. The extensive rear garden, which is private and enclosed by mature plants, sweeps around the side of the property.
Location Situated in the extreme west of Surrey, within a short distance of the Hampshire border, the parish of Normandy includes Wyke, Christmas Pie, Willey Green, Pinewood and Flexford. This district still remains largely rural in character with agriculture and its associated undertakings as the principal local industry. Normandy with its rural setting has many footpaths, bridleways and other small roads suitable for horse riding, cycling and walking. Normandy is also perfectly placed for the commuter with two mainline stations nearby and road links to Guildford and the A3, M25, M3 and M4. Guildford, Worplesdon and Woking mainline stations also offer a commute into London of just 35 minutes.
Agents Note The vendor has advised us that the kitchen and bathroom were refitted in 2010 and the entire first floor was re-wired in 2008/9. All doors throughout the property are bespoke French oak and were replaced in 2009. The roof was completely renovated in 2008, with new insulation and timber treatment to meet modern property requirements. The completely retiled roof was replaced with new hand-made tiles, which complemented the original tiling to retain the character of the home. All external timbers and brickwork were treated and repainted in 2014.
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Energy Efficiency Rating Current: E I Potential: B