The building was originally part of the nearby farm and is reported to have been a milking shed. This was converted into a residential cottage approximately 70 years' ago with features such as the high ceilings, exposed beams, open fireplace and of course the wonderful thatched roof. The main living space has a double aspect, affording plenty of natural light with sealed unit sash style windows and bespoke plantation shutters. The kitchen is well fitted and has views over the garden. The main bedroom has double doors opening onto the secluded garden, whilst the second bedroom has floor to ceiling built in wardrobes and twin windows. The conservatory adds additional entertaining space from the lounge and also overlooks the garden. \r
To the front of the property is off street parking for several cars, with a strip of land classified as highway and not in the title of the property. The garden is shingled and enclosed by picket fencing with impressive 2 mature specimen trees. Gordon's secondary school is within easy access ( approximately 800 metres) as are the villages of West End, Chobham and Lightwater, offering local shops and trades, pubs and restaurants. For road access, the M3 junction 3 at Lightwater and motorway network is within 2 miles . Local train stations serving London Waterloo can be found at Bagshot (3.5miles) Brookwood (4.2 Miles) and Sunningdale (4.9 miles) with journey times ranging between 45 minutes and 1 hour 7 minutes depending on time of travel and station.\r
There is no onward chain and a viewing is highly advised to fully appreciate what this characterful home has to offer.