Period cottage nestled between Esher and Claygate
This beautifully presented and charming cottage home dating back to c.1749 has been extended to the rear and offers flexible living accommodation. Downstairs, there are two generous reception rooms with attractive wood flooring, exposed brick walls and both feature wood burning stoves providing wonderful focal points. Adjacent to the reception rooms is the beautiful open plan kitchen/dining space providing a good range of wall and base mounted units, wooden worktops, integrated appliances and a gas range cooker. The dining area benefits from a feature fireplace and the room is flooded with natural light from the French doors which open onto the beautiful patio and garden beyond. A modern shower room and WC completes the ground floor.
On the first floor are two double bedrooms, both of which benefit from built-in cupboards. Bedroom 2 provides access to an en suite bathroom.
Externally to the rear is a patio which is perfect for outdoor entertaining. There is a well-maintained lawn bordered by mature plants, shrubs and trees on both sides. To the front of the property there is a large gravelled driveway which provides off street parking for a number of cars.
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These Grade 2 listed properties rarely come available and it's easy to see why with all the character they have and the close proximity to Arbrook Common for walks.Nick Barnett