A detached double fronted character property located in an idyllic private location, within walking distance of Bramley village centre. Nestled in a semi-rural setting Southerhay boasts a private lawned garden with adjacent land measuring in total, approximately 1/3 acre.
Southernhay is a charming period home situated in a convenient position on Snowdenham Lane. The property is well proportioned and possesses a pleasant mix of character, and modern features. There is an open plan kitchen/breakfast room to the rear of the property which has a stable door leading onto the patio. The separate dining room and sitting rooms both benefit from brick built open fireplaces and large Georgian sash windows, a theme continued throughout the property. In addition, there is a shower room on the ground floor and access to a cellar.
On the first floor there are three good size bedrooms, one with an ensuite and a family bathroom.
The beautiful outdoor setting of this delightful property is without doubt one of the main attributes – the lawned garden is south facing and flanked on one side by a rustic wall which provides a historic elegance that is truly hard to beat. Adequate storage can be found in large garden shed and allocated parking is to the side of house. To the rear of the garden is a further 210ft land which could easily be incorporated to provide a far larger (approx.1/3 acre) private garden.
Bramley enjoys a vibrant local community spirit along with its thriving high street where a local butcher, grocer, supermarket and post office can be found. There are two very popular pubs as well as a library and historical church. The nearest bus stop is just a 200m walk, the village has regular bus links into Guildford, Godalming and Cranleigh. There is an excellent selection of schools in the area in both the state and private sectors, including St.Catherine’s school for girls.
- Three bedroom character cottage.
- Close to local amenities.
- Master bedroom with ensuite.
- Two reception rooms.
- Private allocated parking.
- Council tax: D; Tenure: freehold; EPC rating: D.
Bramley lies approximately 3 miles south of Guildford and offers an excellent range of local shops for day to day needs, as well as a library, post office and two local pubs. St Catherine’s School for Girls is also situated in the village. The area is surrounded by delightful countryside, offering a wide range of walking and riding opportunities.