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£1,500,000

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Ruxbury Road, Chertsey

Surrey, KT16 9NH

4 Bedroom House

St.

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St. Ann’s Hill is a prominent feature on the landscape of Chertsey. Historical evidence shows that it has been used by humans since prehistoric times, although little in the way of objects has been discovered. It was originally known as Mount Eldebury or Oldbury Hill. However, with the building of a small chapel dedicated to St. Anne in the 14th century, it acquired its current name – variously written as St. Ann or St. Anne. St Ann’s cottage which takes it name from the historical surrounding area is positioned on the edge of St Anns Hill woodland trail and this substantial family home offered to the market with no onward chain. St Anns Hill Trail is the second highest point in Runnymede which offers wonderful views of Surrey, stretching as far as London on a clear day. The property itself is set on a 0.56 acre plot with the main house boasting a reception room with feature fireplace and doors onto the secluded gardens.

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