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St James Avenue, Farnham

£1,050 pcm
St James Avenue, Farnham £1,050 pcm

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Property Summary

A charming two bedroom Victorian cottage, completely refurbished and located close to Farnham town centre, mainline station and adjacent to Farnham park.


The property is an end of terrace cottage that has been extensively refurbished internally including all new carpets & flooring, as well as being redecorated throughout. The main entrance is at the front of the house and opens into the bay front reception room. This sitting room benefits from a bay window. Moving towards the rear is a dining room with under stairs storage, modern kitchen with electric hob & oven, integrated dishwasher and washer/dryer, and a modern bathroom with a shower over the bath.

On the first floor there is a double bedroom at the front, second double bedroom to the rear off of which is a third room that could be used as a study, nursery or dressing room.

Outside to the rear is a private garden.

Parking is on the road, no permit is required.

The cottage occupies a most convenient position in close proximity to Farnham town centre and mainline station. There are excellent opportunities for riding, cycling and walking nearby, in the 300 acres of Farnham's historical Deer Park. The Georgian town centre of Farnham offers a comprehensive range of shopping, recreational and cultural pursuits, with bustling cobbled courtyards boasting many shops, cafes and an excellent choice of restaurants.

Communications are first class with the A31/A3 and mainline station providing links to London and the South coast. The A331 Blackwater Valley road links Farnham with the M3, M25 and Heathrow.

Property is available now on an unfurnished basis.

EPC rating E.

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