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16 High Street Rowledge, Farnham £550,000

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A simply exquisite period cottage situated in this highly sought after road in the pretty village of Rowledge. This enchanting property has been extended to the side and rear to provide generous downstairs living space which includes a beautifully appointed kitchen/breakfast room, a front aspect sitting room with lovely fireplace, a downstairs cloakroom and a truly magnificent vaulted Garden Lounge with french doors opening to the garden. Upstairs are two double bedrooms, and a high quality four piece bathroom. The driveway at the front of the property provides more than adequate off street parking for two cars, and the rear garden extends to more than 80ft and is attractively planted and highly secluded with a mature tree-line at the rear and a generous landscaped patio adjacent to the house.

Entrance Porch

A covered tile-hung entrance porch with solid timber supports, flagstone flooring and inset downlight.


A spacious and impressive hallway, flooded with light from the two double glazed side aspect windows. Light wooden flooring, twin thermostatic radiators and inset spotlights. Stairwell to upper level and lattice glazed door to downstairs living accommodation. Panelled door opening to:


Continuation of light wooden flooring from the hall. Refitted in a modern white "Ideal Standard" suite comprising low level WC with push button semi-flush, and a corner mounted wash hand basin with chrome unilever mixer tap. Thermostatic radiator.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

At the heart of the house is this delightful open plan room, subdivided into distinct cooking and eating areas, with double glazed French doors accessing the rear garden, and a domed glass skylight window directly over the breakfast area. The kitchen comprises a range of floor and wall mounted cream-fronted units with roll edge work surfaces and a pretty pastel tiled surround which works beautifully with the pale terracotta-style flooring. Built in "Stoves" electric oven and matching inset gas hob with integrated overhead extractor. One and a half bowl sink unit with adjustable butler tap. Integrated tall fridge-freezer. Space and plumbing for dishwasher. Inset spotlights. Exposed oak wood beam above the wide arch to breakfast area and space for a family-sized dining table. Door to:

Utility/Boot Room

With a side aspect double glazed window and thermostatic radiator. This generously proportioned utility room has space for all manner of white goods including washing machine, tumble dryer and wine fridge. "Franke" stainless steel sink unit with chrome butler tap. Full height built in storage cupboard and mid level work surfaces with wall mounted cupboards over. Worcester 35CDi II boiler and inset spotlights.

Sitting/Family Room

Two beautiful front aspect cottage windows, one with traditional wrought iron curled handles. Large open chimney stack fitted with cast iron gas stove, and flagstone hearth with Adam-style mantle. Built in low level double cupboard and built in book shelving to either side of stack. Thermostatic radiator.

Garden Lounge

This incredible addition to the cottage is situated at the rear of the property to take full advantage of the secluded and expansive gardens. With a high vaulted ceiling and bank of double glazed windows which frame the garden beautifully, plus double French doors opening to the slightly elevated flagstone patio. Beautiful wood flooring and wrought iron wall light sconces complete this lovely room.

Upper Landing

Spotlight. Wooden panelled doors to:

Bedroom One

Front aspect (fully operational) sash window and thermostatic radiator. Central cast iron fireplace with elevated fire basket and simple Adam-style surround. Twin full height double wardrobes to either side of fireplace.

Bedroom Two

A pretty rear aspect cottage casement window and thermostatic radiator. Built in overstairs storage cupboard. Loft access.


With a front aspect double glazed cottage window, this lovely bathroom is impeccably presented and fitted in a luxurious four-piece suite comprising a low level WC with concealed cistern and adjacent inset wash hand basin with a stylish modern chrome mixer tap. A large semi-circular corner shower cubicle with curved double door screen and an integrated high pressure shower. A panel enclosed bathtub situated directly below the window with a stylish modern mixer tap (to match the adjacent wash hand basin). Heated chrome ladder towel rail, electric underfloor heating, circular wall mounted mirror and sealed unit spotlights.


A compressed gravelled driveway provides adequate off street parking for two adjacent vehicles.

Front garden

A well knitted hedge enclosure with deep well-stocked borders and a particularly magnificent specimen Fuchsia by the front door. Wide gated access at the side of the cottage to:

Rear Garden

Fully enclosed by fencing and deep hedging and offering a very good degree of seclusion with a mature tree line at the rear. A landscaped flagstone patio wraps around the back of the house and leads onto a gently sloping expanse of lawn with well stocked flower and shrub borders. A variety of established fruit trees and two timber sheds. Twin external coach lamps and outside tap.


From central Farnham take the Wrecclesham Road (A325). Turn left onto Quennells Hill, and at the end turn right and immediately left into Manley Bridge Road and continue into Rowledge. Turn right into High Street where the cottage can be found towards the end on the left hand side.

16 High Street Rowledge
Farnham GU10 4BS
County: Surrey
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: 00000717
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