3 bedroom cottage set on a working farm in Thursley.
Newly updated to include bi-fold doors in the reception room the cottage has great views.
Spacious reception room with open plan kitchen and Raeburn. Bi-fold doors to rear enclosed garden. Second reception room with doors to garden.
Downstairs double bedroom and bathroom.
2 double bedrooms on the first floor and bathroom.
Ample parking and good size garden with new shed storage. Pets welcome. EPC: D.
Thursley is the quintessential English village close to the town of Godalming. Godalming is a town and civil parish in the Waverley district of the county of Surrey, 7 kilometers (4 miles) south of Guildford. It is built on the banks of the River Wey and is a prosperous part of the London commuter belt. The town has around 230 listed buildings, including Tudor timber framing and 17th century brickwork.
There are 2 stations, Godalming Old Station and Godalming New Station, Godalming railway station is on the Portsmouth Direct Line between London (Waterloo) and Portsmouth, and is served by South West Trains. Roads running through, or close to, Godalming are A3 - major trunk road London to Portsmouth, bypasses Godalming A31 - main trunk road Guildford to Winchester, bypasses Godalming along the Hog's Back A281 - main road Guildford to Handcross north of Brighton is 4 miles (6.4 km) by road west of Godalming.