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Smithwood Common, Cranleigh
- Spacious reception hall, drawing room, dining room, study, family room
- Fitted kitchen and breakfast room with views of the gardens. Utility/boot room
- Master bedroom with dressing room and en suite bathroom
- Guest bedroom with en suite bathroom
- Three further bedrooms and family bathroom
- Conservatory with commanding views over the gardens on the first floor
- Cellar, carport, outbuildings, and greenhouse
- Beautifully maintained gardens of 1.265 acre
Nells Platt is a characterful 1920s five-bedroom, substantial family house, situated in a unique position with landscaped gardens and superb uninterrupted views of the surrounding countryside. In all 1.265 acres
Nells Platt occupies a stunning position on the edge of Cranleigh Village. Built we believe in the 1920s, this charming family home offers much to the incoming purchaser. It has been extremely well maintained over the years but gives the opportunity for redecoration and allowing the purchaser to put their own stamp on the property. Nells Platt is arranged over two floors with high ceilings, spacious rooms and an abundance of light.
Accessed via an attractive porch, the spacious central hallway leads to a triple aspect sitting room with a feature fireplace and a large bay window, which overlooks the beautiful gardens. A generous family room and study provide further rooms with much flexibility.
The dining room has French doors which lead out onto a charming loggia, perfect for summer entertaining. The kitchen is well fitted with a central island and leads on to a bright, spacious breakfast room with a large sky lantern and double doors opening on to a terrace made for summer morning coffee.
The master bedroom suite enjoys triple aspect giving lovely views over the glorious gardens, a dressing area, and a spacious en suite bathroom. The guest bedroom with en suite follows with three further bedrooms and a family bathroom to service them.
A real feature of the property is the conservatory, approached through double doors from the first-floor landing, giving amazing views across the common land and gardens.
Without question, the gardens are a wonderful aspect to the property. Arriving, you will access via a five-bar gate and a long sweeping driveway, brings you to a large, gravelled area with apply parking for several cars. To the rear, the property offers an extensive private garden with manicured lawns and wonderful stocked beds with mature shrubs. The lily pond with its wonderful water feature, adds to the true English garden. There is no shortage of outbuildings for garden equipment and workshop.