This five bedroom equestrian property sits in 11 acres with four stables and a barn.
Bridge End Cottage is in Ockham conservation area and is a superb family home with accommodation arranged over two floors, comprising four reception rooms, a kitchen/breakfast room, five bedrooms and two bathrooms.
The original house, was built around 1730 and by 1759 it had become the Fiddle Inn. Much of the inn was demolished in the 1860s, leaving only the 18th century bay, which was subsequently extended as a dwelling house. The current house is comfortable with lots of lovely period details.
The carefully maintained two acre country garden – which is open yearly under the National Garden Scheme – has many different areas of interest and views over the surrounding countryside. There are perennial borders with shrubs and herbaceous flowers, and a number of mature trees. An informal pond is filled by winter rains, and streams with planted banks run through the garden. There are a variety of top fruit trees, a soft fruit cage and vegetable plot.
Outside the original perimeter of the garden are about 8.7 acres of pasture and fields with a stable block and barns. Around two acres were sown with perennial native, wild flower seeds in May 2013.
East Horsley is just over two miles away and Cobham under four. Woking Station is seven miles away and central London about 25 miles.