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Price £399,950 (Freehold)
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An attractive character cottage with a modern interior that has been completely re-fitted throughout to a high standard and located in a charming spot fronting a large village green. EPC: D

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'Woodhambury Cottage' is a pretty halls adjoining character cottage that occupies a prime position overlooking the pretty village green and is in a deceptively quiet setting. The property has been extended in recent years to provide spacious and well planned downstairs accommodation with a bright and airy open plan kitchen/ living room which opens onto the decked terrace. The entrance porch with a timber front door leads to the entrance hallway which has open under stair storage and fine oak flooring with the added benefit of under floor heating which extends throughout the entire ground floor. Sliding timber double doors open to the front aspect study/ bedroom three with wall mounted lights and takes a view of the green. There is a shower room fitted with a modern suite comprising low level w.c, hand basin with Grohe mixer taps and vanity unit under, heated towel rail and ceramic tiled splash back areas. The contemporary kitchen has been re-fitted with a smart range of coffee coloured gloss units by Howden's with contrast granite worktop. There is an integrated fridge/freezer, Bosch double oven with 6-ring gas hob and extractor chimney above, a built-in dishwasher, integrated wine chiller, a breakfast bar and ceramic tiled flooring. Double doors open to a large storage cupboard housing the boiler with space and plumbing for a washing machine and shelving. The kitchen is open plan to the large living room which is the extended part of the property, creating a bright and spacious reception area with a private door to the side allowing Right of Way. The room has a sky light which floods the room with natural light and can be electronically open and closed via a wall mounted pad, whilst quality wooden-framed bi-folding doors access the decked terrace and pretty rear garden beyond. From the entrance hallway, there is a staircase to the first floor landing, which has original stripped timber doors to both bedrooms and the main bathroom. The front aspect master bedroom benefits from wonderful view across the village green and a quirky staircase leads up to the dressing area with a Velux roof window and eaves storage. Bedroom two is a rear aspect room. The bathroom has been refitted with a modern white suite comprising panel enclosed bath with electric shower above, low level w.c, basin with Grohe mixer tap and vanity unit below, heated towel rail, wall mounted unit with mirror front and ceramic tiled splash back areas. In summary, this attractive cottage has been thoughtfully updated to cleverly combine original character with contemporary chic, making it an ideal home for modern living and situated in a delightful spot overlooking the village green.

  • Character Cottage
  • Fronting a Pretty Green
  • Modern Accommodation
  • Southerly-Facing Garden

Garden and Exterior

The property is approached by a shared pathway to the front door and there is a graveled parking space to the front which provides off street parking. The remainder of the pretty front garden is laid to lawn with a well tended shrub and flower bed, there is an outdoor power point and standpipe. The peaceful rear garden is in a southerly orientation with a beautifully decked terrace adjoining the rear of the property. The rest of the split level garden is mainly laid to lawn with a selection of young fruit trees to the rear, flower and shrub borders, and steps trailing to the end of the garden where there is a summer house/studio and two sheds. The part-walled and fenced perimeter offers a good degree of seclusion and privacy.


The property is located in Wood Street Village, just three miles West of Guildford and local amenities include a small Londis store, a couple of pub's, a church and Wood Street Infant School. There are a number of old houses in the village; some of the nearby farmhouses date from the 15th century. Wood Street Infant School opened in 1878 and the Victorian part still stands and the village green features the only surviving maypole in Surrey! Nearby Guildford town centre is the historic and vibrant county town of Surrey, offering a comprehensive range of shopping, social, recreational and educational facilities and there are a number of highly regarded schools in the surrounding area. There are excellent transport links, with the A3 linking to the M25 just 6 miles away accessing central London and International airports and Guildford mainline railway station provides a commuter service to London Waterloo in just 38 minutes.