A well-presented semi-detached house with a flexible layout, that has been extended to provide four double bedrooms, a family bathroom, en suite shower and generous ground floor living space, arranged over three floors. There are well stocked landscaped gardens and a driveway with large timber outbuilding.
The house is entered via a generous entrance porch with ample cloaks hanging space and a tiled floor. This leads into the entrance hall which features oak flooring, an understairs storage cupboard and stairs that rise to the first floor. A door to the left takes you into a utility room with downstairs cloakroom beyond, whilst to the right is a generous family room. Running along the back of the house is a kitchen/dining room, which overlooks the open, west facing garden. The kitchen comprises modern base and eye level units with oak flooring and worksurfaces and a tiled splashback. A one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap sits under a double-glazed window overlooking the rear garden. There is an integrated fridge/freezer, Bosch induction hob with extractor above and Smeg oven. Double-glazed, double doors lead from the dining area out onto the garden whilst at the other end of the room is a pantry cupboard under the stairs. A doorway leads from the kitchen/dining room into the double aspect lounge which again benefits from views of Chinthurst Hill and bi-fold doors that open onto the rear garden.
On the first-floor landing, a range of built-in cupboards provide storage as well as housing the Megaflo pressurised cylinder for the gas central heating and hot water. The master bedroom features a double-glazed bay window looking up to Chinthurst Hill and an en suite shower room. There are two further double bedrooms on the first floor, both with built-in cupboards.
Stairs lead up to the second floor landing where there is a large walk-in storage cupboard to one side and a door to a further double bedroom, which is double aspect, with views of Barnett Hill to the front and Chinthurst Hill to the rear.
The gardens are a real feature of the property with a patio and deck adjoining the house with downlighting, power and outside tap. Borders adjoin the house planted with box and ferns, and a stunning star jasmine and climbing hydrangea cover the wall. There is a good size lawn bordered by well stocked flower and shrub beds with grasses, box balls and a profusion of perennial planting and two stunning cherry trees. A compacted gravel path winds through further beds and at the end of the garden there is a lawned area with tree house and swing set. The garden is enclosed on both sides by fencing and further privacy is provided by yew hedging. There is gated side access to the front garden and a pathway leads from the lawn down to a gated parking area at the end of the garden with a dry stone retaining wall. Here a large timber outbuilding with power and light provides excellent workshop/storage space and would lend itself to being converted to home office use if required.
The property is ideally located just a short walk from Wonersh village centre, with its highly regarded "gastro pub" The Grantley Arms. In addition, there is a village store/post office, doctor’s surgery, pharmacy, children’s play area on the green, cricket club, 2 churches and a pre school.
- 4 bedrooms
- Extended four-bedroom semi-detached house
- En suite shower room and family bathroom
- Living room, family room, kitchen/dining room
- Utility room and downstairs cloakroom
- Landscaped gardens with driveway and outbuilding
Wonersh is an attractive conservation village, with a cluster of pretty Grade II listed cottages and more substantial character homes in the heart of the village, together with a doctor’s surgery and shop for everyday needs. For the commuter, there is a regular train service from Guildford to London/Waterloo, and the A3 and M25 provide road access to London, and Heathrow and Gatwick Airports. There are some excellent schools in the area, including St. Catherine’s in Bramley, Prior’s Field and Charterhouse in Godalming and Cranleigh School. The surrounding countryside, including Blackheath and Winterfold, provide walking and riding facilities, whilst there is golf nearby at Bramley and West Surrey (Enton).