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Hermongers Lane, Rudgwick
- Reception hall, drawing room, family room, study
- Well-appointed fitted kitchen/ breakfast/ dining room with central island and fitted appliances
- Vaulted master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and fitted wardrobes, 2nd bedroom with en-suite, two further bedrooms and family bathroom
- Detached barn style garage building, 2nd single garage/ store, beautiful mature gardens
- In all 0.75 acres
This charming four bedroom detached family home is perfectly positioned along a quiet semi-rural lane, with ample driveway parking, barn style garaging and wonderful mature gardens. In all 0.75 acres.
Spring Copse is a delightful, detached family home that offers excellent reception space and superb first floor accommodation.
Approached via a gravel driveway with ample parking, a glazed entrance porch leads to the reception hallway. The main drawing room enjoys an easterly aspect with double glazed doors to the rear garden and two sets of side aspect windows. With engineered oak floors and contemporary lighting schemes. The splendid reception room opens into the family room to create a fabulous entertaining area.
The kitchen/ breakfast room has been beautifully fitted with a wide range of eye and base level units including integrated fridge and freezer units, dishwasher and washing machine. Granite worksurfaces offers a sleek and modern finish. The central island is an excellent preparation area and breakfast bar, and integrated induction hob. With ample space to accommodate a breakfast/ dining table helps to create a real central hub for the home.
To front of the house is a good-sized study, cloakroom, and access to a good-sized double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en-suite shower.
The 1st floor accommodation is equally impressive, with a fabulous, vaulted master bedroom, with an entire wall of fitted wardrobes and en-suite shower room, two further double bedrooms and a well-appointed family bathroom with a separate shower.
The gardens that wrap around the building are an absolute delight, with formal flower bed borders and mature hedging and many mature trees create a sense of privacy and interest. A generous garden terrace leads from the kitchen and drawing room with a low wall and steps down onto the lawn garden areas.
A gravelled driveway provides ample parking for several cars and leads to a barn style garage. A second garage offers further storage. In all 0.75 acres.
Spring Copse is situated in an outstanding semi-rural position, close to the Surrey/Sussex border and about 0.5 miles to the East of the village of Rudgwick which provides local amenities including shops, a doctor, a dentist, a village Inn, and a Church.
Less than 4 miles away is the village of Cranleigh that has much to offer with a wide range of traditional shops, supermarkets, an M&S Simply Food store together with a great variety of boutique stores, restaurants, coffee shops and public houses. Cranleigh offers a wide range of local school options such as Cranleigh school and Glebelands secondary school in addition to various infant & primary schools.
A further excellent selection of schools also nearby such as Longacre, St. Catherines. The Royal Grammar School, High School for Girls in Guildford, or Duke of Kent to name but a few.
For more comprehensive shopping, restaurants, and theatres the County Town of Guildford is easily accessible with its mainline station connecting with London Waterloo. Access to the motorway networks is easily obtained via the A281 / A3 putting central London, Heathrow, and Gatwick within easy reach. Local recreational amenities are plentiful with the local leisure centre with a swimming pool, Cranleigh cricket, and rugby clubs.
The Cranleigh Arts Centre hosts regular films, theatre, bands, comedy, and childrens shows. For the golfing enthusiast, there are numerous courses in the area including Cranleigh Golf & Country Club, Wildwood Golf & Country club at Alfold, polo at Hurtwood Park and racing at Goodwood.
For the walking, cycling, and riding enthusiasts, the Surrey Hills AONB are seventh heaven proving a network of public footpaths and bridleways amongst the rolling hills of the North Downs.
From Cranleigh head west on the Ewhurst Road/ B2127 turning left towards the Horsham Road/ B2128. Continue along this road for 4 miles turning left onto Hermonger Lane where the property can be found immediately on the left-hand side.
Gas fired central heating, private drainage.
Fixtures & fittings:
Carpets, curtains, light fittings, and garden statuary are excluded from the sale, but some items may be made available by separate negotiation.
Waverly Borough Council Tel: 01483 523333