Believed to date back to 1881 when called Burdon Hall, the house has been sympathetically divided in to two wings, Granton House and Little Granton. Little Granton is being sold for the first time since its division from the main house and offers the opportunity to improve and alter subject to the usual consents. The ground floor accommodation comprises a kitchen/breakfast room with double AGA, adjacent dining room, large entrance hall with cloakroom, sitting room with dual aspect and doors leading to the rear garden, and a downstairs bedroom with en-suite wet room. Upstairs are 3 double bedrooms, one currently being accessed from another, along with the family bathroom with shower cubicle. The gardens are a beautiful feature and extend to around 290 feet. They are primarily laid to lawn with mature borders flanking the sides. To the front is a large graveled driveway as well as a small copse which the sweeping driveway leads through. The whole house does require updating which offers any prospective buyer the opportunity to put their own mark on the house.
Shackleford is a charming village retaining considerable appeal in a rural yet convenient position around 2 miles south of Godalming. The surrounding countryside lies within the Green Belt and offers wonderful views across gentle rolling hills.
There is a well-respected public house, village shop and Post Office, run by the local community, whilst a wider choice of shops and services are available in Godalming and Guildford.
Shackleford benefits from excellent communications, with the A31 providing a direct route to Farnham and the West Country, whilst the A3 provides a direct route to London and Portsmouth and, via the M25, easy access to the airports and the national motorway network. Rail communications are also excellent, with main line stations at Farncombe, Godalming and Guildford offering fast and frequent services into London Waterloo.
There is also a good selection of schools in the area, including Aldro (in the village), Barrow Hills, Charterhouse, Prior's Field, St Catherine's, King Edward's and Cranleigh.
Recreational opportunities include sport and leisure centres at Charterhouse, Guildford and Godalming and the surrounding area offers a wide variety of countryside for walking, cycling and riding.