Approached via a pitched roof porch with space for coats and boots, the period character of the property is immediately apparent. The entrance hall boasts exposed wooden beams, a welcome feature found throughout the house, and provides access to the principal reception rooms. There are two sitting rooms, both with impressive inglenook fireplaces. One houses a wood burning stove whilst the other has an open fire. The extended kitchen/breakfast room is a fantastic space with bespoke, hand-made oak units and larder. There are built in appliances and dishwasher, as well as the gas fired double AGA stove. A large island separates this space, and the breakfast area houses a good-sized table, perfect for casual dining. A well-proportioned utility room is accessed from the kitchen and from there is the cloakroom. The back door provides a good access for those returning with muddy boots or paws!
The dining room enjoys access directly onto the patio via French doors – great for entertaining. A useful study completes the ground floor accommodation. On the first floor the double aspect master bedroom is a beautiful room, with built in wardrobes and surprisingly high ceiling height. The master bedroom further benefits from an en-suite shower room. Bedroom two is another excellent sized double bedroom which again boasts en-suite facilities and double aspect views across the garden at the rear and the village green to the front. Bedrooms three and four are both good-sized, pleasant rooms full of character and the family bathroom comprises a classic white suite.
To the front of the property the cottage-style garden is enclosed with hedging. A gravel driveway provides off-street parking and access to the double garage. Gated side access leads to the attractive garden. With a large flagstone patio spanning the width of the house and three gentle steps leading to the lawned area with views over fields beyond. There is another quiet seating area under a wooden pergola and mature trees and shrubs throughout the garden – a real cottage delight.
Send Marsh Green is a small residential area situated between Ripley and Send. There is a local friendly village pub, The Saddlers Arms and the Farm Shop is also within walking distance. Dog walkers will enjoy close access to the public footpath around the lakes and all the picturesque local countryside walks.
Ripley is an historic and sought-after village in Surrey popular with all walks of life: families, young professionals, and downsizers alike. The village of Ripley is said to have the largest village green in England (approximately 65 acres) and benefits from a fantastic selection of award-winning café’s, shops, pubs, and restaurants. Pinnocks Coffee House on the High Street has been awarded Best Coffee Shop in Surrey and there is the further Nest Coffee shop and the incredible Michelin Star holding Clock House restaurant. For something more relaxed there is also a wide selection of local pubs to choose from.
Ripley enjoys superb access to both the A3 and M25 motorways with both Gatwick and Heathrow airports within easy reach keeping this ever-popular village well-connected and in demand.
Woking Station offers a regular service to London Waterloo with trains approximately every 7 minutes and a journey time of about 22 minutes. Alternative services are provided from West Clandon and East Horsley with trains to London Waterloo arriving within one hour
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