Snowdenham Lane, Bramley, Guildford, Surrey, GU5 0DB | Property for sale | Savills
3,110 sq ft(288.93 sq m)
Guide price £1,875,000

Snowdenham LaneBramley, Guildford, Surrey, GU5 0DB


    Key features

    • Tranquil location within AONB
    • Impressive reception room
    • Indoor swimming pool
    • South west facing garden of 0.8 acre
    • Three garages

    Attractive family house in a secluded location.

    About this property

    • Located in the picturesque Thorncombe Valley this four bedroom detached property offers generous accommodation to include three spacious reception rooms, extensive open plan kitchen and breakfast room leading you into a more formal dining area. A practical utility room allows access to an integral double garage offering scope for conversion subject to planning permission. A third single garage adjoins the property.

      The first floor offers four double bedrooms with the principle bedroom benefitting from en suite bath/shower room and dressing room with built in wardrobe space. There are three further bedrooms with built in storage which overlook the delightful rear garden. The largest of these has potential to be divided to provide a fifth bedroom. The accommodation is completed by a separate family shower room and a family bathroom.

      Externally, the south west facing rear garden is mostly laid to lawn with mature borders and a selection of shrubs. Complimented by far reaching views over countryside, a large paved terrace and patio, the garden makes for a delightful area to entertain and relax. An indoor swimming pool, elevated, provides additional space for other activities. Public footpaths & bridleways are within easy access.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    I love the peaceful location, the views from the top of the garden and the access to the numerous footpaths in the area.

    Ed TigheProperty agent

    Local information

    • Orchard Cottage lies within The Surrey Hills designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Bramley offers a good range of local services for daily needs, including village school and church, two pubs, restaurants, convenience shops and Post Office, whilst Guildford provides a full range of shopping, leisure and cultural amenities, including a main line station, with a fast and frequent service into London/Waterloo, with journey times from around 36 minutes. Road communications are good with easy access to the A3 at Guildford and the M25 at Wisley.
    • There are a good selection of schools in the area, including St Catherine's, Cranleigh, Charterhouse, The Royal Grammar and Guildford High.
    • Recreational opportunities include golf at many local clubs; shooting and fishing; polo at Hurtwood Park; racing at Epsom and Sandown Park. In addition, the surrounding countryside offers ample opportunities for walking, cycling and riding.

    Additional information

    • Council Tax Band - G
    • EPC Rating: D
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G