Three Tuns Cottage
46 London St, Chertsey
Located right in the heart of the Town Centre, steeped with character & charm throughout, we have this absolutely stunning Grade Two listed cottage, believed to date back to 1490, making this truly unique property one of the oldest buildings in Chertsey.
Internal accommodation briefly comprises a handy front entrance porch which leads through to the main living space. This area is clearly the hub of the home with a stunning inglenook fireplace with a wood burning stove for the winter months. There is plenty of space for a dining table and French doors overlook the rear garden. Tucked away around the corner we have the kitchen, which has been fitted to a very nice standard with integral appliances, a Rangemaster cooker, an abundance of fitted storage, and a contemporary metro tile splashback.
Leading up to the first floor we have two double bedrooms, one of which is particularly spacious. The second overlooks the garden, has a built in storage cupboard and original exposed beams. The master is a particular feature with an amazing vaulted ceiling giving such a wonderful feeling of grandeur, along with a convenient dressing area and a feature fireplace. The family bathroom is also on this floor and has a white three piece suite, chrome fixtures and a shower above the bath.
Externally the property continues to impress with a huge 145′ South Westerly facing rear garden, which has a wonderful selection of mature trees and shrubs giving such a fantastic feeling of seclusion. There are many additional outhouses which have adaptable uses and a huge studio to the rear which has power, lighting and broadband. Again, being very adaptable this could well make an ideal home office, gym, playroom or summer house.
Historically the original Wealden timber-framed cottage is believed to date from c.1490 and to be one of the oldest buildings in Chertsey. The cottage was modified in the 16th century and, with the adjoining cottages, later formed part of the “Three Tuns” (ale house) between 1705 and 1716. Further benefits include a new, recently serviced combi boiler, LED lighting, double glazed windows and, within recent years, damp and wood preservation treatments. Located within walking distance to Chertsey Station and several good/outstanding state primary and secondary schools; several highly sought after independent schools; and a choice of nurseries, early internal inspections are highly recommended.