A fine Victorian detached village house, ideally suited to a growing family with attractive brick elevations and a slate roof. The reception rooms and bedrooms have high ceilings and elegant proportions with much of the character having been retained, with large open fireplaces, panelled internal doors, and attractive sash and bay windows which bring much natural light into the rooms. The kitchen is fitted with an extensive range of wooden units with integrated appliances as well as a gas fired Aga with an additional eye level electric oven and electric hob, granite work surfaces and central island. From here there is access out to the garden. On the first floor landing is a comfortable library area, and there are 5 bedrooms, en suite and family batrooms. Attached to the house is the former coach house with garaging and space above, which could be converted to provide additional living space subject to obtaining planning permission.
The house is situated right in the heart of Milford village, which is particularly popular owing to its excellent local shops and other amenities, which include its church, chemist, post office and the very popular Secrett's Farm Shop. Other shops include the Coop, wine merchants, butchers and Tesco Express. The village also provides schools for all ages, doctors and dental surgeries, two golf clubs, a regular bus service and train station serving London Waterloo in about 50 minutes. Milford also provides immediate access onto miles of open countryside, ideal for walkers and cyclists, as well as easy access onto the A3. Several highly regarded schools, including Rodborough, King Edwards in Witley and the Sixth Form College in Godalming are within 3 miles.
To the front there is a low wall and iron railings with mature hedgerow. A gated driveway provides parking for a number of cars.There is a useful cellar accessed from the central hallway housing the hot water tank and within the former coach house is a double garage and garden store, with internal stairs to loft space.
The main garden has a south westerly aspect and is predominantly lawned and is surrounded by a high wall to two sides with mature flower beds and borders. Behind the house is a separate garden which lends itself to be used as a vegetable and herb garden. The garden is delightful and the house sits in grounds of 0.4 acre.