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The Street, Wonersh
- Sitting room, dining room
- Beautifully appointed kitchen
- Newly fitted bathroom
- 2 double bedrooms
- Landing, study area
- Attractive landscaped gardens with upper terrace
Grade ll listed 18th century two bed cottage in the heart of Wonersh.
Phlox Cottage is a charming Grade ll Listed property dating back to the
early 1700s. The present owners have totally refurbished the property
and you now have the advantage of old-world ambiance combined with
the convenience of modern living.
You enter the property into a charming sitting room which features
weathered oak beams and an attractive inglenook fireplace, complete
with gas wood burner. A separate dining area also makes a great
entertaining space. As part of recent renovations to the property, the
ground floor now features oak flooring throughout, a modern kitchen
and bathroom with good storage space that is sympathetic to the period
features of the property.
Upstairs you have two good size bedrooms, one with additional
integrated cupboard space. The generous landing area also gives an
excellent working space for those who work from home.
The cottage garden is without doubt a delightful advantage to the
property and has beautiful views over Chinthurst Hill. The landscaping
has been given much thought by the current owners, the beds are
overflowing with flowers and shrubs and the garden also includes two
patio areas for outdoor dining, one which is elevated and has charming
views of the church tower.
Phlox Cottage occupies an idyllic position within the picturesque village
of Wonersh, set in the heart of the Surrey Hills. The village benefits from
the highly regarded gastro inn The Grantley Arms, church, shop, Post
Office, doctors surgery and pharmacy and also includes an abundance
of walking, riding and cycling routes right on your doorstep.
Wonersh is located just 4 miles away from the county town of Guildford,
which offers an extensive range of shopping, cultural and leisure
amenities, as well as a main line station with a fast-commuting service
to London Waterloo in approximately 35 minutes. An excellent choice of
schools and nurseries are all close at hand.
The A3 is conveniently located within a 20-minute drive, which in turn
connects with the M25 at Wisley (junction 10), giving fast access to
Central London, Heathrow and Gatwick airports.