Offered to the market with no onward chain and offering great scope for enlargement and development subject to consent is this truly exciting proposition. Resting upon a 0.466 acre mature plot with delightful wrap around grounds, this unique property becomes available for the first time in many years. EPC Rating D
- No onward chain.
- Huge scope for development subject to planning permission.
- Delightful mature grounds.
- Peaceful and secluded setting adjacent to the local angling club and lake.
- Beautiful Surrey countryside walks nearby including a picturesque stretch of the River Wey.
- Flexible and adaptable living space.
- Rarely available home.
- Presented in good order throughout.
The property sits in a quiet and much sought after setting in Send, just along the road from the village. A short drive away is the beautiful village of Ripley with its numerous interesting pubs, cafes and restaurants along with its historic high street and what is purported to be one of the largest village greens in England which is also home to Ripley village cricket club. A short drive in the other direction will take you into the enormously regenerated town centre of Woking which has a wide and varied collection of bars, cafes, restaurants and shops along with the New Victoria theatre and what is widely regarded as the best commuting rail station that can be found in the South East. A short drive in the other direction will take you into the county town of Guildford with its cobbled high street lined with period buildings where you will also find a huge collection of shops and restaurants along with the green hills and open countryside that surrounds the town. For the commuter there is also the option of Clandon station which is just a short drive from the house while the A3 which links with the M25 is likewise no more than a 5 minute drive away. In and around Send and Ripley there are excellent schooling options for all ages along with numerous highly regarded golf clubs and wide open spaces of countryside which make for excellent walking and cycling.