Forge Cottage was built in the late 1800’s and is offered to market with no onward chain. This three bedroom detached house hosts many character features including; decorated in authentic period colours, fireplaces, original doors and high ceilings.
The property has undergone extensive renovations and now benefits from a double story rear extension giving the property a larger kitchen and third bedroom upstairs. The downstairs layout consists of two good size reception rooms, both with feature fireplaces and oak flooring running throughout. At the rear of the house the property has a well-presented kitchen, finished with Granite worktops, Belfast sink and offering ample cupboard space. Upstairs the property consists of three double bedrooms and a bathroom.
This charming Victorian cottage sits within easy reach of Guildford and Woking. The property enjoys a friendly village lifestyle, with two local pubs, post office, convenience store and garden centre. Trains from the nearby Worplesdon and Woking stations run directly to London Waterloo in 36 and 28 minutes respectively.
Mayford lies to the south of Woking. The area is generally rural and open in character. The majority of the area is designated ‘Green Belt’. There are large swaths of common land to the North (Horsell Common) and to the South (Whitmoor Common) and within 5 miles are the Surrey Hills all ideal for a host of outdoor activities.