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Asking Price £975,000 Freehold
  • 4
  • 5
  • 3
  • D

A stunning, impeccably presented 4/5 bedroom family home, innovatively designed to offer hugely adaptable accommodation and enjoying a southerly facing garden, situated in a highly desirable location, a level walk to Cranleigh village centre. EPC Rating 'D'.

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  • Connecting sitting room, dining room, kitchen and patio right across the back draw the beautifully landscaped garden into the home creating a wonderful flow of entertaining space.
  • Kitchen with French doors to garden, comprehensive range of timber cabinets, central island, SMEG range, built-in appliances, practical wooden floor flowing through to majority of ground floor.
  • Spacious hall with skylights and galleried landing providing welcoming atmosphere and feeling of space and light.
  • Double aspect sitting room with French doors to garden, fire place with log burner, plus large archway linking spacious adjacent dining room.
  • Three further ground floor rooms with flexibility to be used as study, family room or further bedrooms, together with downstairs family bathroom.
  • First floor master bedroom with large front aspect window and modern ensuite shower room with a contemporary white suite.
  • Two further large first floor double bedrooms with good storage and one benefitting from ensuite shower room.
  • Southerly facing garden plus garage, car port, sheds, kennels, BBQ chalet, plus ancillary accommodation currently utilised as annexe without building regs certification.


Mead Road is a level walk to the centre of Cranleigh's health centre, library, leisure centre, arts centre and comprehensive range of shops including butcher, fishmonger, MandS ‘Simply Food ’, two supermarkets and a wide range of independent retailers. Cranleigh is 10 miles south of Guildford with it's mainline station with fast service into Waterloo and access to the A3 for the M25 and central London. The area is surrounded by open countryside, including the Surrey Hills, ideal for walking, cycling and horse riding.