This beautiful 1700s three-bedroom end of terrace period cottage which has been fully refurbished by the current owners, retaining a wealth of charm and character throughout.
Period Three Bedroom Cottage
Two Double Bedrooms
Two Driveway Spaces
Orangery To The Rear
Upon arriving at the property, you can really sense the charm and character from the outside then once entering through the barn style door to the side and into the hallway, you are immediately greeted by the perfect blend of old and new. Exposed beams and brick, new underfloor zoned heating on the ground floor, stone flooring and new oak latch doors are some of the highlights to be found throughout the property.
The dining room and living room have been tastefully refurbished, with the exposed brick fireplace in the dining area along with a modern wood burner in the living room. There is a log store which has been carefully arranged as a feature wall in the living room. The property also benefits from shutters to all windows at the front of the property, all of which are new UPVC double glazed windows.
The kitchen and utility have been replaced and modernised, but in keeping with the character of the property. Key benefits are built-in appliances, plenty of storage and granite worksurfaces, no expense has been spared by the current owners. The utility room also features ample storage with granite worksurfaces and leads to the family wet room which has been modernised as well.
Off the utility, the current owners have erected the orangery at the rear of the property which has underfloor heating, roof blinds and a large door into the rear garden.
To the first floor, there are three bedrooms, two of which are doubles and the current owners have replaced all carpets, redecorated, added built-in wardrobes to bedrooms one and two, along with shutters on all the windows. The new combi-boiler has also been moved from the kitchen to the airing cupboard on the landing, which lends further storage in the kitchen.
Outside, the front of the property has two shingle parking spaces, one to the side and one at the front of the property which are bordered with pots and other characterful items. There is also a small shed and log store on the edge of the side driveway, which has access into the rear garden. The rear garden has been subject to many improvements with new paving, raised decking with views across the fields and the owners wooden bar for those summer gin afternoons in the sun. To note, the roof has also been replaced.
The property is in the desirable village of Ewshot. A wonderful village on the Surrey Hampshire borders with a vibrant and active community. There is a church, popular local pub, children's playground, and village hall. Ewshot is conveniently positioned between Fleet and Farnham and both towns offer a frequent service to London's Waterloo in under the hour. They also have a varied mix of national retailers and independent specialist shops, state, and private schools for all age groups nearby. There are recreational facilities, including a golf club at nearby Crondall.