- Grade II Listed Period Cottage
- Three Double Bedrooms & Three Reception Rooms
- Dating Back To Mid 16th Century
- Immaculately Laid Landscaped Gardens
- Detached 48’1” x 18’10 Detached Period Barn
- Fabulously Appointed Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- Renovated Throughout
- Three Luxury Bath/Shower Rooms
- Circa 1 Acre Plot
- Single Garage With Adjacent Carport
This stunning cottage is listed as a building of special interest with many interesting architectural features including beamed ceilings, leaded light windows in oak frames, latch and brace internal doors and a magnificent Inglenook fireplace. Renovated throughout, the property consists to the ground floor, a wet room, a double aspect drawing room centred around an idyllic inglenook fireplace. To the far end of the drawing room is a snug with door to garden and access to the dining room. At the hub of the house is the stunning kitchen/breakfast room with granite work tops, central island, range of integrated appliances and a gorgeous Redfyre range cooker.
A turning wooden staircase rises to the first floor accommodation comprising of a master bedroom with a range of fitted wardrobes and a stylishly en-suite shower room with large walk-in shower, bedroom two has a double fitted wardrobe with fabulous aged carved wooden doors, bedroom three with dual aspect over the garden and there is a chic family bathroom.
The garden extends to just under an acre with beautifully manicured grounds and enclosed with mature hedging on all sides. There are a number of outbuildings including two offices, one with lavatory, a single garage, carport and a fabulous barn. This space offers the perfect opportunity to convert into ancillary accommodation s.t.p.p.
Description - Northbridge is a picturesque beautiful three bedroom Grade II listed period cottage of much character located in an enviable position in the heart of Walliswood village which is within the foot of The Surrey Hills.
This beautiful ‘chocolate box’ cottage has parts dating back to the mid 16th century has an abundance of character features, immaculately laid landscaped gardens, numerous out buildings. A particular feature is the beautiful period barn which we understand has been reconstructed on the existing site and now creates an ideal space for entertaining with large central fireplace and wood burner, ideal for the car enthusiast or can be used for a range of other uses.
This stunning cottage is listed as a building of special interest with many interesting architectural features including beamed ceilings, leaded light windows in oak frames, latch and brace internal doors and a magnificent Inglenook fireplace with brick hearth, oak bressumer and side seats.
Renovated throughout, the property consists to the ground floor, a wet room with shower, basin and lavatory, fabulously appointed kitchen/breakfast room with views over the garden, drawing room with snug area and dining room. The handsome, double aspect drawing room is centred around an idyllic inglenook fireplace. To the far end of the drawing room is a snug with dual aspect and door to garden. From here you access the dining room which enjoys views over the lawns.
At the hub of the house is the stunning kitchen/breakfast room which is furnished with hand crafted cream units, granite work tops and a central island. Integrated appliances include a fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer, wine fridge and gorgeous Redfyre range cooker with oak bressumer over.
A turning wooden staircase rises to the first floor accommodation comprising three double bedrooms and family bathroom. The master enjoys a dual aspect and is furnished with a range of fitted wardrobes and a stylishly appointed en-suite shower room with large walk-in shower. Bedroom two has a front aspect and a double fitted wardrobe with fabulous aged carved wooden doors. Bedroom three has dual aspect over the garden. The chic family bathroom comprises a white suite made up of a free standing bath with shower attachment, vanity unit with carved wooden doors.
Garden & Exterior
The garden extends to just under an acre with beautifully manicured lawns interspersed with mature trees and well-tended borders and enclosed with mature hedging on all sides. There are a number of outbuildings including two offices, one with lavatory, a workshop, a single garage with adjacent carport and a fabulous barn with sizeable inglenook fireplace housing a large wood burner. This space offers the perfect opportunity to convert into ancillary accommodation subject to necessary planning consents. The barn had planning to convert which has now lapsed. There is a further timber shed with a separate vehicular access.
Property At A Glance - Property at a glance
Grade II Listed Period Cottage
Circa 1 Acre Plot
Three Double Bedrooms
Dating Back To Mid 16th Century
Immaculately Laid Landscaped Gardens
Detached 48’1” x 18’10 Detached Period Barn
Listed As A Building Of Special Interest
Three Reception Rooms
Three Luxury Bath/Shower Rooms
Beautiful Kitchen/Breakfast Room With Views Over The Garden
Numerous Out Buildings
Two Offices - One With Lavatory
Single Garage With Adjacent Carport
Timber Shed With A Separate Vehicular Access
Property Features - Many Interesting Architectural Features
Leaded Light Windows In Oak Frames
Latch And Brace Internal Doors
Magnificent Inglenook Fireplace With Brick Hearth
Oak Bressumer And Side Seats
Hand Crafted Cream Kitchen Units
Granite Work Tops And Central Island
Redfyre Range Cooker With Oak Bressumer Over
Fabulous Aged Carved Wooden Doors
Please Note - NB: In line with the 1979 ESTATE AGENCIES ACT we must inform you that an associate of Fine & Country has an interest in this property.
Walliswood is a picturesque semi-rural hamlet nestling at the foot of the Surrey Hills which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village has a picturesque public house, the Scarlett Arms, village hall, nursery school and a church at Okewood which is steeped in history. Walliswood as a whole has many footpaths and bridleways surrounding it, which is ideal for walking and riding enthusiasts.
There is a vast selection of schools within the area of Ewhurst and Ockley. Both with village shops and post offices. The large market village of Cranleigh is approximately 4.5 miles distant and offers a wide range of shopping, leisure facilities and schools including a state of the art health centre and library. Horsham and Dorking both of which are market towns have a commuter train station with services to both London Victoria and Waterloo. Guildford, which is approximately 14 miles distant also offer a fast train to London (35 minutes approx.).
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Ockley Station3.1 miles
- Warnham Station4.2 miles
- Holmwood Station4.9 miles
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