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3 bedroom cottage for sale
Tenure: FreeholdAVAILABLE SUMMER 2012
A brand new gated development of nine homes built in a cottage style in keeping with the theme of this wonderful village but fitted to a modern and high standard throughout.
There will be a mix of two and three bedroom properties situated within a gated courtyard setting with cobbled grounds and walled gardens. The many features will include fitted kitchens with integrated appliances and granite worksurfaces, oak internal doors with chrome furnishings, contemporary bathrooms and
All of the homes will come with outside space in the form of courtyard gardens and designated parking.
The Courtyard would suit buyers wishing to downsize and equally the London commuter with the proximity of the A3 and mainline stations within a short drive. Young families will also enjoy the community driven village and sizeable play park on the village green.
The village of Ripley, with its selection of shopping facilities and country pubs, is within walking distance while Woking and Guildford towns are also within easy reach. The area has excellent road and rail communications with the A3 and Junction 10 of the M25 orbital being within close proximity. Woking Station offers regular service to London Waterloo with trains about every 7 minutes and a journey time of around 22 minutes. Alternative services are provided from West Clandon with trains to London Waterloo arriving within one hour.
Ripley was first recorded in documents of around 1200. It developed with the establishment of the Augustinian Priory at Newark. The Abbey was dissolved in 1538-39 by Henry VIII. The growth of Portsmouth as a naval port in the time of Henry VIII brought prosperity to Ripley. Roadside inns were given nautical names: The Ship, The Anchor and later The Jovial Sailor. And in the 1880s, with the development of the bicycle, Ripley became known as the 'Mecca of all good cyclists' ('Bicycling News' 1887). The Anchor, one of Ripley's best known buildings, was their welcomed 'resting place'.