- One bedroom character cottage
- Large open plan living room and kitchen
- Bedroom with many exposed beams
- Private courtyard garden
- Rural location
- Range cooker, double butler sink, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washing machine
- Stunning bathroom with separate shower enclosure
Runfold Granary Cottage is in a rural location surrounded by fields and open countryside, yet close to Farnham town. Sympathetically converted from a barn once used as part of the Runfold farm and granary, the property has much charm and character.
The cottage is accessed through French doors, and the whole of the ground floor is open plan, and a natural limestone floor enhances the style of the property. The living room is spacious and opens into the large kitchen area. Fully fitted with a range cooker, double butlers sink and dishwasher, it has all the necessities of modern living. There is a separate larder with fridge/freezer, washing machine and ample storage.
Upstairs the bedroom is a good size, with clever eaves storage and hanging rails. The landing has space for further furniture. The luxurious bathroom has a large walk in shower with power shower, vanity basin, bath and WC - all of an extremely high specification.
Outside is an enclosed private courtyard garden with ample space for garden furniture.
This property has a wealth of character and charm - a real one off! For those needing to commute it is within easy reach of Farnham mainline station, A3, A331 and M3.
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a) The rent
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