Double radiator, recessed lighting and door to:
Impressive central inglenook fireplace with bread oven niche and internal seat, a wealth of exposed beams and front aspect double glazed leaded light window. Each side of the inglenook there are china display cabinets with built-in cupboards beneath and electric meter, double radiator.
Front aspect double glazed leaded light window, fireplace (N.B. not original - would estimate somewhere between the Wars), china display cabinet with built in cupboards beneath, double radiator, telephone point, built in bar.
Side aspect double glazed window, radiator (N.B. this room has a limited head height of circa. 5ft 7").
Rear aspect double glazed leaded light window, small observation window, double radiator, large understairs storage cupboard (with shelving, courtesy light, currently housing gas meter), fireplace with tiled hearth, large double door airing cupboard housing "OSO" hot water tank with adjacent controls, wall lights, double radiator.
Side aspect leaded light double glazed window, radiator, loft hatch and fitted as follows: stainless steel sink unit set in roll edge work surface with range of cupboards and drawer beneath, return work surface with four ring gas hob, integrated oven and hood above, further work surface with recessed fridge, range of eye level units, timber clad ceiling, directional spotlights, radiator, plumbing for washing machine, water softener and additional window.
Obscure double glazed side window, white suite comprising tile enclosed panel bath, ornate mixer tap with shower attachment, pedestal wash basin, ceramic wall tiling.
Pipe inspection cupboard, wall mounted "Vokera" gas boiler, radiator, double glazed leaded light window and door to outside.
Radiator, recessed lighting, arch to further lobby (with additional door to rear garden), stone steps (leading to Cellar) and door to:
Obscure double glazed window, white suite comprising low level WC, wash basin, radiator.
Brick floor, light, water pump, (N.B. limited head height).
First Floor Landing
There are two staircases, one from the principal Entrance Hall, the other from the rear Inner Hall, door to:
Front aspect double glazed window, stripped wooden floor, fireplace with period surround, large linen cupboard, two radiators, large overstairs wardrobe.
Front aspect double glazed window, central fireplace with ornate surround, two wardrobe cupboards, two radiators.
Rear aspect double glazed window, two radiators.
Rear aspect double glazed window, painted period timber flooring, built in wardrobe.
The property enjoys a wide frontage, vehicular access is gained via a drop kerb leading to garaging. The front garden is predominantly tarmac and retained by a brick wall, pedestrian access can be gained via a wrought iron gate. Side door to a lovely entertaining terrace, predominantly paved with raised flower borders, lovely brick raised planter with central tree, stunning water feature made of railway sleepers and washed stones, Victorian street light bounded by two brick pillared wrought iron gates - the whole leading to:
The garage is actually a beautiful period building with carriage doors, gable windows, light and power. This building also doubles as a wonderful workshop.
Rear and Side Garden
The garden is, without question, an outstanding feature of this property. It is beautifully presented, of a very decent size and backs onto fields. Briefly laid out as follows: directly behind the property there is a flagstone terrace bounded by soldier bricks and a slate clad herb border; wrapping round the side of the property, the boundary is raised and the path provides access to a lean-to greenhouse with polycarbonate roof and lighting. The garden is predominantly lawned with mature boundaries of beautifully tended hedging, a stunning period 6ft ironstone wall and a more informal boundary, backing directly onto fields. Also of note the lawn has a proper pop-up irrigation system. There are various flower and shrub beds producing bursts of seasonal colour, mature fruit trees, a period well and a central island which now houses a proper cedarwood greenhouse with strip light, pavioured central runway with raised potting bed and planting bed to either side and a heater. The pavioured pathway circumnavigates the greenhouse, which is approached via a pergola, and part-concealed by a strategic planting programme.
From Farnham town centre, take the London bound direction of the A31. Drive to the Shepherd & Flock roundabout, taking the third exit off, whilst staying on the A31. Continue along this road, passing the junction for the A331, taking the next point of exit towards the Hogs Back Hotel. Drive up the slip road and follow the sign for Tongham, by turning left. At the bottom of the road turn right into The Street and the property will be found on the left hand side.