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Asking Price £850,000 Freehold
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A rare opportunity to purchase a 4 bedroom period family home located in one of the most sought-after roads in Cranleigh, within a short walk of the High Street. The house exudes immense character and charm, whilst the delightful, mature garden is an excellent size and benefits from a sunny, southerly aspect. Current EPC Rating F

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This handsome Victorian semi-detached property exudes character and charm from the moment you open the front gate. The elegant front door, with it's stained glass panel, opens into a beautiful entrance hall, with a stripped pine balustrade that climbs the stairs. To the front of the property is a light, handsome sitting room with a large bay window, picture rails and central open fireplace. The proportions are good and the ceiling heights are tall. The dining room is similarly configured, but looks out over the rear garden. It has polished floor boards and there are a combination of shelves and a cupboard fitted either side of the chimney breast. Under the stairs there is a cloakroom with toilet and basin; whilst off the hallway there is a lobby with a side door, that houses the gas fired boiler and a floor to ceiling range of stripped pine cupboards. This in turn leads into the kitchen, which has a tiled floor and underfloor heating. It is fitted with a range of light oak units, a Neff Oven, Combination Oven and a four burner gas hob. There is space and plumbing for a freestanding washing machine and dishwasher. A pair of French doors open into the garden, with a rooflight above, under which the kitchen table sits.

A staircase with a side window ascends to a first floor landing. Bedroom two is a well proportioned room with a built in cupboard and a large bay window overlooking the Elizabethan-style knot garden to the front of the house. Bedroom three is another light, spacious room with a view over the rear garden. There is a step down into bedroom four; which is a delightful, sunny room with a double aspect. The study overlooks the front and has a range of fitted shelves and room for a desk. The family bathroom is fitted with a bath, basin and toilet; there is also a wall mounted Mira shower. Adjoining the bathroom is a separate shower room. From the first floor landing, the staircase continues to the second floor and a further galleried landing, with a large picture window. Bedroom one is a spacious room with tall ceilings between the eaves and a dormer looking out to the rear. It has a feature fireplace, two built in wardrobes and an ensuite with shower, toilet and basin.

  • Within walking distance of the village
  • Beautiful character property
  • South facing rear garden
  • Double garage with storage over
  • Excellent local schools

Garden and Exterior

The gardens are a very attractive feature of the property and it is clear a lot of love and attention has gone into them over the years. The front of the property is approached through a wrought iron gate and a pathway leads to the front door with an Elizabethan-style knot garden in front of the bay window. To the side of the house is a detached double garage, which is tile hung and has a large loft room accessed from a workshop at the rear of the garage. The gravel driveway provides parking for a number of cars and there is a carport to the side of the garage. To the rear of the garage, a large paved terrace is a sun trap ideal for outdoor entertaining and to enjoy the garden. A raised rose border runs the length of the terrace, with a stone wall stepping down to the lawns. An arbour runs the length of the garden, draped in clematis and keeping the rhododendrons in check. There are a variety of mature trees including oaks, two ancient apple trees and a flowering cherry, plus a number of well stocked borders, including a variety of soft fruits. A brick paved area, suitable for a table and chairs, outside the kitchen is a perfect spot to enjoy a coffee and newspaper in the morning sunshine.


Bridge Road is one of the most sought after roads in the village; being only a quarter of a mile from the High Street and lined with other substantial character properties. The village centre is a short walk and provides a wide range of shops, restaurants and cafes. There are two supermarkets, an MandS foodhall, a couple of independent department stores; as well as a modern health centre, library, art centre and leisure centre. Cranleigh is at the foot of the Surrey Hills and is surrounded by open countryside; ideal for walking, cycling and horse riding. There are a choice of golf courses and gyms, including the Cranleigh Golf and Country Club. The county town of Guildford is 9 miles to the north, and from here there is a fast train service into Waterloo; it also provides access to the A3 for central London and the M25. There are a much wider range of shops and recreational facilities.