"The Area View" - Cranleigh residents call it ‘Britain’s largest village’ and living here, you’ll soon see why. While Cranleigh offers the standard and range of amenities that you might find in a town, it exudes all the best elements of village life, and what’s more, it’s surrounded by some of Surrey’s finest countryside. Cranleigh is located approx. 7.7 miles Southeast of Guildford, and 6.2 miles East of Godalming.
Cranleigh Village is a thriving centre of independent stores on its high street and proudly boasts a fabulous array of bespoke shops and boutiques as well as having a weekly market offering local produce and a monthly Farmers’Market; all contributing to the relaxed way of life that Cranleigh offers. A butcher,
fishmonger, gifts and fashion shops are punctuated by familiar, well-known names such as Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury’s, WH Smith and Boots – evidence that Cranleigh really does have it all. retail shops, restaurants and local coffee shops, as well as having three supermarkets including an M&S. The village boasts a huge array of clubs and societies to suit many tastes as well as a leisure centre, arts centre, library, children's playgrounds, a choice of golf courses and a number of churches.
Cranleigh is popular with families, with an excellent range of nurseries and well-regarded private and state schools.
Winterfold Forest, a remaining higher part of the forest that occupies the northeast is on the Greensand Ridge, which can be explored using in places roads or by the long distance path, the Greensand Way, and is ideal for those who love hiking, mountain biking or a gentle trot through the woods on a Pony.
"The Agents View" - "Nanhurst Lodge is a fine example of a typical Victorian Lodge House, with its large reception and bedrooms, high ceilings and beautiful architecture. This is a truly beautiful family home and has been refurbished by the current owners to a very high standard, retaining many of the original period features, but encompassing a contemporary modern feel in not only decor but also with the open-plan layout of the property.
I personally love the grand ornamental Gazeebo entrance to the property with attractive tiled flooring, and also provides a lovely outside seating area over looking the garden."
"The Sellers View" -
Based on a sale price of £875,000 the total amount of stamp duty payable will be:
Last updated: The calculators have been updated following the end of the stamp duty holiday on 30th June 2021. Until the end of September 2021, it represents a staggered return to previous rates.
* This value is based on the standard rate and not applicable to first-time buyers or buy-to-let / second home buyers.
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