Northcote Lane, Shamley Green GU5 0RS
Reputed to be one of the oldest continuously inhabited homes in Surrey, this charming detached Grade II listed village house is set in approximately 2.3 acres of gardens and paddocks. Dating back to the fourteenth century, it has been extended and improved over the many generations of owners.
Ground floor accommodation comprises a triple aspect sitting room with inglenook fireplace along with views across the gardens. Additionally, there is a spacious dining room and a kitchen with access to a ground floor shower room, study and store room via the boot room. First floor accommodation offers five double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Outside, there is a detached home office/studio along with triple garaging and ample parking spaces. The detached stable block currently provides two stables and a tack room. The gardens and paddocks are well maintained with mature hedging and a range of pear and apple trees.
The barn, attached to the house, currently provides plenty of storage with two additional raised storage areas within. This could potentially be incorporated into the main house, subject to the usual planning consent.
Surrounded by The Surrey Hills AONB and within a designated Area of Great Landscape Value; with its two pubs, village shop, church, cricket green and duck pond, Shamley Green really is the archetypal English village.
In addition to these local amenities, the large village of Cranleigh, just over four miles away, offers a very good range of convenience shopping including banks, cafes, speciality shops, a weekly market and an M&S Supermarket.