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Est. Mortgage £1,697 per month
Sorry, but this property is no longer available or has been taken off the market
With its pretty gardens, exposed timber beams and fireplaces, this is a semi-detached cottage with a wealth of charm and character. Requiring modernisation and with ample scope to extend STPP or to be refreshed to reflect your own sense of style, its impressive layout includes two generous reception rooms, a separate double aspect kitchen, and two bedrooms. A ground floor cloakroom is an added bonus and there’s ample private off-road parking. Within easy reach of Milford village centre and highly regarded local schools an early viewing is strongly recommended. No chain. EPC rating E.
In a lovely leafy location, Milford Lodge Cottage instantly captures your imagination with its quintessential gardens and classic red brick facade. If you’re looking for a period home with an abundance of charm and plenty of potential for you to make it your own home sweet home, this is a great blank canvas with idyllic garden vistas and generous proportions.
Behind a rustic red brick exterior an admirably sized layout has a brilliantly easy flowing feel. Beautifully lit by a traditional sash window looking out onto the hedgerows and flowers of the front garden, the notable dimensions of the sitting room offer a great introduction. Beneath its exposed timber beams there’s plenty of space to relax and spend time together in front a feature fireplace, while a carved wooden cabinet adds to the character of the room. Light and bright, the separate dining room is ideal for family meals or evenings spent entertaining friends. A log burner nestles within the brilliantly wide fireplace giving a cosy and homely focal point and a deep walk-in cupboard supplies a prized degree of hidden storage.
Adding to the classic cottage feel, a traditional latch door leads the way to an adjoining kitchen that’s fully fitted with both integrated and freestanding appliances. Well-presented, this double aspect space could easily be updated and refreshed to perfectly reflect your own tastes and needs. Its wrap-around design provides plenty of storage and workspace. A side door makes it easy to step out into a south-facing side garden for meals in the summer sun, and a cloakroom completes the ground floor.
The charm and character continues upstairs where a large main bedroom with an exposed beam has a wonderful period fireplace. Across the hallway a second bedroom has the flexibility to provide ideal family accommodation or to be a dedicated home office if needed, while the bathroom has a bath with telephone taps and further potential to be enhanced.
Creating a picture perfect backdrop to each room, the enchanting lawned gardens that wrap-around this Milford cottage offer an enviable amount of space to sit back and relax in the sun. Equally as charming and quintessential as the property itself, they sit nestled behind high hedgerows that subtly generate delineated areas that add to the feeling of space. A pebbled path entices you down to the vibrant blue doorway, while the feature blooms of established Forsythia and a central Magnolia tree lend a dash of seasonal colour to the large front garden.
Step out from the kitchen and enjoy a peaceful morning coffee or al fresco meals in a south-facing side garden or follow the path around to the rear garden where you’ll find roses and statuesque trees along with parking for at least two cars.
A viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the character, size of gardens and potential that this chain fee property enjoys.
Please be aware the main garden of the property fronts onto the main (A283) Petworth Road and that the overgrown plot/land, immediately next to and fenced separately to the cottage on the southern side currently has planning permission granted for a four bedroom detached property. Plans in an electronic format are available upon request Ref: WA 2020/0133. For clarity, this plot/land is not included with the sale of Milford Lodge Cottage.
Milford has a range of local village stores and amenities including a doctors surgery, a fishmonger, wine merchant, a Tesco express, Nisa and post office. In the village is also Squires Garden Centre and Secretts farm shop, which is a major draw for locals and visitors. Godalming, within three miles of Milford, is an historic town with a fascinating heritage, providing a wider range of shops, restaurants, leisure activities and Infant and Junior Schools.
Milford also has a range of Junior and Middle Schools and the popular Rodborough Secondary School. There is excellent access to the A3 providing links to London and the South Coast as well as the M25 to Heathrow and Gatwick airports and a train station which has a regular service to Guildford, London Waterloo and Portsmouth.
Milford Lodge Cottage is accessed by car from Milford Lodge and not from the Petworth Road (A283). Once in Milford Lodge the cottage, along with others is accessed immediately between no.18 and no.16 Milford Lodge.
The Est. Mortgage is for a 25 years repayment mortgage based on a 10% deposit and a 1.9% annual interest. It is only intended as a guide. Make sure you obtain accurate figures from your lender before committing to any mortgage. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage.