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Shackleford
Guide Price £1,300,000 (Freehold)
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This attractive, part tile hung four bedroom detached family home sits on a generous, secluded plot with an extensive gravelled driveway leading to a detached double garage, and offers potential to extend further, subject to the usual planning consents. EPC : E

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Description

Originally built around 1905, this attractive family home has been extended to now offer an entrance hall with understairs storage cupboard and a tiled floor that continues through into the kitchen/dining room; a lovely open plan room that provides a great central hub to this family home and offers a range of base and eye level units, large island unit, granite worktops, space for fridge/freezer and range cooker, integrated dishwasher, large Butler's sink, large utility cupboard providing plenty of storage together with space and plumbing for washing machine, as well as a tumble drier, a further useful shelved storage cupboard, currently used for boots and shoes, together with plenty of space for a dining table and chairs. There is a side door leading out to the garden and a further door to the downstairs cloakroom. Double doors lead from the kitchen/dining room into the double aspect family room with French doors leading out to the rear garden. Doors from the entrance hall also lead to the double aspect sitting room with log burner and storage cupboard, as well as the double aspect study. Stairs from the entrance hall lead up to the first floor landing with a cupboard housing a large hot water tank, hatch to loft space and a velux window providing plenty of natural light. The master bedroom has a built in storage cupboard and an en suite shower room with a white three piece suite, tiled walls and floor. There are three further double bedrooms, and a family bathroom with a white four piece suite including a separate shower cubicle, tiled walls and floor, and a velux window. * Other notable features include - leaded light double glazed windows, attractive reclaimed oak internal doors and exposed ceiling timbers, oil fired central heating, private drainage, potential to extend further, subject to planning permission *

Garden and Exterior

To the front, the property is approached via a five-bar gate leading into an extensive gravelled driveway providing plenty of parking, with a further five bar gate leading through to the detached double garage. The gardens to the front are mainly laid to lawn, with attractive borders around the front and to one side of the house containing box balls with decorative edging, as well as trees, hedging and panel fencing. The rear garden is a wonderful feature of the property, benefiting from an excellent degree of privacy, with an extensive area of lawn with trees, shrubs and flowers to borders. There is a large terrace to the rear of the property which can be accessed via french doors from the family room, providing an ideal space for outdoor entertaining, whilst at the end of the garden there is a large childrens' play area with a substantial activity centre, as well as a further patio area. There is also a large shed, separate workshop and log store. The property has oiled fired central heating, with the storage tank being located at the rear of the garage, and private drainage by way of a septic tank.

Location

Shackleford is a delightful village surrounded by wonderful open countryside ideal for walking and riding. There is a newsagent/local store in the village, as well as the Cyder House village inn, St Mary's Infant School and Aldro preparatory school, with Charterhouse and Priorsfield schools being within a short drive. The A3 can be accessed at the junction near Hurtmore and this links to the M25 and London ’s airports. There are main line railway stations at Guildford, Farncombe and Godalming, offering regular services to London/Waterloo in around 35 – 50 minutes respectively. Guildford is about 4-5 miles distant and offers an excellent selection of shops, theatres, cinemas and restaurants, whilst Godalming ’s picturesque and historic town centre with its restaurants, individual shops and superstores is approximately 3 miles away.

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