Inglenook Cottage is a delightful 2 bedroom cottage with a bright and modern open plan interior. There is a separate kitchen which has an Aga oven and it has a pleasing outlook towards the large Victorian pond.
The separate studio is known as The Chalet and is tucked away, making this the ideal spot for a home office or recreation room or studio. It benefits from all services and has a wood burning stove.
Inglenook Cottage has planning permission in place to add a 3 bay garage.
Planning permission: Erection of 3 bay garage
(revision of wa/2020/1115). NB: prospective
purchasers should make their own enquiries with
the planning authority.
Cranleigh has much to offer being renowned as the largest village in England. It boasts an excellent range of high street and individual shops, including Sainsbury's, Co-Op and M&S Simply Food supermarket. There are plenty of restaurants, coffee shops and country pubs, plus a vibrant weekly market, as well as an extensive garden centre, library, and Cranleigh Arts Centre and the renowned Cranleigh Cricket Academy and The Cranleigh School Equestrian Centre.
More extensive amenities can be found in nearby Guildford, with its cobbled High Street and historic buildings. Guildford is readily accessible and offers an eclectic range of shops, an abundance of restaurants and entertainment including The Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Electric Theatre and G Live centre.
With the Surrey Hills (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) on the doorstep, this area is perfect for walking, cycling and riding. There are a number of excellent schools in the area, both in the state and private sector. These include the renowned Cranleigh School, Pennthorpe, St Cuthbert Mayne Primary, St Hilary's, St Catherine's, Charterhouse, Royal Grammar School, Guildford High and Tormead.
The property is surrounded by the historical arboretum planted by the grandson of renowned plant hunter/botanist, Robert Fortune, who introduced a plethora of specimen trees and plants to these shores. Mature palm trees, rhododendrons, azaleas and camellias fill this garden and can be enjoyed, interspersed with local sculptures, whilst meandering the many pathways.