High Trees is an exquisite 1930’s semi-detached cottage located on the outskirts of Cranleigh village, within 1.5 miles of Cranleigh High Street. The current owners have extended, and untaken extensive renovation works to vastly improve High Trees, which now features a stunning open plan kitchen / dining room, a utility room, two reception rooms, four bedrooms, one en-suite and a family bathroom.
The fabulous modern kitchen enjoys views of the rear garden via large patios doors and operates perfectly as the hub of the house. The kitchen has been fitted with a stylish quartz worksurface, underfloor heating, large ceramic porcelain floor tiles and a range of Neff appliances. A utility room off the kitchen offers further cupboards, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, a stainless-steel sink with the further benefit of a WC. The dining room nicely flows into a cosy sitting room/snug with a wood burning stove. Finally on the ground floor, located off the bright and airy hallway is the triple aspect sitting room with French doors overlooking the rear garden and a stunning feature window to the front which was a reclamation from a London Bank.
On the first floor, there is a large principal bedroom featuring a wrought iron Juliet balcony providing stunning views across the rear garden and neighbouring land. This principal bedroom also contains built-in wardrobes and en-suite shower room with a skylight lantern introducing natural lighting to the room. Three further bedrooms and a modern bathroom complete this floor.
The rear of the cottage has a paved terrace and composite decked area, accessible from the patio doors of the kitchen and French doors of the sitting room. There is also circular patio seating area and a large lawn beautifully framed by mature trees and borders, ideal for outside entertaining. An additional feature of the garden is the sizeable home office/summer house with power and lighting. The cottage is well set back from the road with a large frontage of gravel drive for several cars, wood storage area, a large garden shed.
Cranleigh’s busy village centre offers a variety of shopping, leisure and cultural amenities including two supermarkets, a butcher, fishmonger, M & S Simply Food, as well as a library and leisure centre. The village is also home to several excellent pubs and coffee shops with outside sitting for an al fresco break. Set at the foot of the Surrey Hills, Cranleigh is surrounded by Surrey countryside, and nearby towns of Guildford and Horsham offer mainline services to London.
Council Tax Band: F
- EPC: D
- Council Tax Band: F
- Home office/summer house
- Gravel driveway with parking for several cars
- Main bedroom Juliet balcony and en-suite shower
- Three reception rooms
- Stylish modern kitchen with under floor heating
- Four bedrooms
- Attractive 1930’s semi-detached cottage