Dating back to the 1700s and retaining many character features including exposed beams and exposed brick walls, this attractive attached period home sits on a wonderful plot extending to approximately 1.3 acres and is situated within easy reach of Godalming town centre and main line station.
From the timber framed porch the front door opens into a useful entrance lobby with space for coats and shoes. A further door opens into the spacious double aspect dining room with French doors opening out to the terrace and garden, and tiled floor with underfloor heating which then continues through to the kitchen. The kitchen is open plan to the dining room and offers a range of base and eye level units, built in larder cupboard, wooden worktops extending into a breakfast bar, space for free-standing range cooker with extractor above, built in dishwasher, space for fridge/freezer and two velux windows allowing plenty of natural light to flood in. Off the dining room there is a large utility room with extensive built in storage cupboards, butlers sink, space and plumbing for washing machine, work tops, tiled flooring and coats hanging space. A door from the dining room leading into an inner hallway with stairs to first floor, understairs storage cupboard and cloakroom with wc and wash basin. A study/family room leads through to the sitting room with exposed wall and ceiling timbers together with exposed brick walls and a brick exposed fireplace with tiled hearth, housing a log burner.
On the first floor there are three double bedrooms and a single bedroom, with the master benefiting from an en suite shower room, together with an impressive family bathroom with suite comprising a free-standing bath, separate shower cubicle, wc and wash basin. Stairs from bedroom 4 lead up to a spacious loft room with eaves storage space and two velux windows.