Having previously been converted to one larger property, there are 2 front doors and staircases, this house offers the opportunity to mould to suit all family needs and potential additional income. A single wall is believed to be in part from the 12th century with later 15th century additions.The accommodation is laid out over only 2 floors with a multitude of rooms on both. The ground floor, with good ceiling heights incorporating stunning beams and loads of natural light, has 6 principle reception rooms including a snug, entrance hallway and a kitchen/breakfast room. There are lots of attention-grabbing features but of particular note and to name but a few, the drawing room has a quiet and warm library alcove, the dining room enjoys a vaulted ceiling and five of the rooms have direct access to the garden. In addition to all this, there a large utility room to the rear and just off the workshop and summer house.Upstairs, the landing with vaulted ceiling and exposed beams leads to four bedrooms in the main living quarters. The lovely, light master bedroom has a fireplace and dressing area and overlooks the garden via the double aspect windows whilst a 2nd bedroom also faces the garden. There is both a family bathroom and a shower room. In the other half of the house, the largest bedroom also enjoys a double aspect and has an ensuite shower room whilst there are two further bedrooms.Externally there is a mature, large landscaped southerly garden which captures the sun all day long, the borders planted out with many various mature shrubs, specimen trees including Tulip, Magnolia, several types of Holly, Rhododendron and Camellias. There is a lower and upper courtyard, perfect for alfresco dining and access into the workshop/studio, Arts & Crafts summer house with medieval door & windows and another modern summer house. There is off street parking to the front of house on the forecourt and additional parking to the side of the property via gates covered with a car port.The Green Cottage is a stone's throw from Ripley Village Green, considered the largest Village Green in England and Ripley Cricket Club. The village, consider by The Sunday Times as one of the best places to live in England, offers an excellent range of shops, monthly Farmers Market, and also benefits from a selection of popular coffee shops, restaurants and pubs. Ripley Court preparatory school is only a short walk away. Woking, Cobham and Guildford are a short drive away. Woking offers fantastic commuter links into London Waterloo and the A3 and M25 junction are easily accessible.