Situated on the edge of the village, this delightful three bedroom semi detached cottage benefits from a private mature rear garden overlooking the hop fields, a large front garden with driveway providing plenty off road parking, a detached garage and potential to extend, subject to the usual planning consents. The property is offered with no onward chain.
The front door opens into an entrance hallway with stairs to the first floor and useful understairs storage cupboard. The double aspect sitting room has an attractive front aspect bay window and a feature fireplace with built in cupboards and book shelving to either side. The kitchen/dining room offers plenty of space for a dining table and chairs, along with sliding doors opening to the patio and rear garden beyond. The kitchen area has a range of storage cupboards, space for a cooker and space and plumbing for a washing machine. There is also a downstairs cloakroom/utility room and a further door leading out to the gardens.
On the first floor there are three good size bedrooms with built in storage and a family bathroom with a white suite. On the landing there is a storage/airing cupboard and a loft hatch with ladder giving access to the roof space.
Garden and Exterior
To the front, the property is approached via a five-bar gate and shingled driveway providing plenty of off road parking and leading to a detached single garage. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn with hedging and mature shrubs to borders. An archway leads through to the rear garden which is a real feature of the property being mainly laid to lawn with a variety of mature fruit trees, an ornamental pond, mature shrubs to borders and a garden shed, as well as views across the neighbouring hop fields.
Puttenham is a sought after village on the southern slopes of the Downs between Guildford and Godalming. The surrounding countryside is a mix of farms, open fields, paths and lanes, ideal for walking, riding and cycling. The slopes to the north of the village are still used as hop fields which were once extensive throughout this part of south west Surrey. Access to the surrounding towns and facilities is easy via the A31 and the A3 which link to the M25 and London s airports. The mainline stations of Guildford and Godalming are roughly equidistant and offer direct services into Waterloo (38 minutes and 47 minutes respectively). Guildford, with its beautiful cobbled High Street, is approx 4 miles away and boasts a multitude of shops, theatres, cinemas and restaurants. The historic market town of Godalming is a similar distance and features many individual shops as well as restaurants and bars.