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Guide Price £450,000 (Freehold)
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A charming two bedroom semi detached period cottage originally constructed in 1650. This property benefits from off-road parking and a southerly facing garden, whilst being conveniently located for the excellent village amenities. EPC: F

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As soon as you enter in to this charming property it's character becomes very apparent. The ground floor boasts plenty of period features, including typically low ceilings, oak beams and wood stripped doors. The sitting/dining room also benefits from a large exposed brick built fireplace and dual aspect windows to allow for plenty of natural light. The kitchen contains an array of eye and base level units, built in appliances with a useful breakfast bar. Downstairs there is also a luxurious three piece family bathroom complete with w/c, basin and a large corner bath. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, a study/den and upstairs shower room.

Garden and Exterior

To the front, the property has off road parking for a couple of cars and an attractive raised flower/shrub bed with stone retaining wall. A side access gate leads to the extremely well presented hedge enclosed rear garden, with steps leading up to a patio area, which in turn leads to a lawned area. At the end of the garden there are further steps and a stone retaining wall, leading to an outside home office with power and lighting, and an area of decking.


Witley village is surrounded by wonderful countryside, ideal for walking, cycling and riding. Witley Station provides direct access into Waterloo, taking approx 55 minutes, and the A3 linking the M25 and London ’s airports is approx 1.75 miles from the village centre. There is a newsagent and general store/wine merchants in the village, as well as doctors and dentist surgeries and 2 historic village inns. There are a number of shops covering day-to-day needs in Milford village (approx 1.5 miles from the village centre) including the renowned Farm Shop, chemist and fresh fish shop, and Godalming ’s picturesque and historic town centre with its restaurants, individual shops and superstores is around 2 miles further on. Guildford with its multitude of shops, theatres, cinemas and restaurants is approx 6 miles away and there are bus and train connections from Witley to all of the above-mentioned towns and villages. There is an excellent selection of schools in the area that cater for most ages and denominations, both in the public and private sectors.