Glebe House is an imposing and very attractive former rectory with Bargate stone elevations and a gothic style slate roof. The property is surrounded by large communal areas of garden and each property comes with a garage. Number five is situated on the top floor of the building and is accessed via a very attractive entrance vestibule and inner hall with a magnificent original tiled floor and an entry phone to reach the flats. The impressive communal areas of the property give a glimpse of the original properties splendour with many original features being retained. Internally number 5 features a wood laminate floor which flows throughout much of the accommodation apart from the kitchen and bathroom. The main living space features a vaulted ceiling and a large double glazed sash window overlooking the front. There are three bedrooms, two of which are excellent doubles, with the master enjoying a fantastic view to the horizon and across the surrounding area. The kitchen is a galley style with a range of wooden effect wall and floor units and a recently installed Worcester boiler for the gas central heating and hot water. The kitchen features space for all the usual appliances and has attractive bottle green tiling surrounding the work surfaces. The bathroom is accessed via a small number of steps and is fitted with a white suite comprising of a panel enclosed bath with a mixer tap and shower attachment over, a WC, wash basin and chrome towel rail. To summarise this is a great sized flat which you will see from our floorplan overleaf, which now requires some general cosmetic updating but provides fantastic scope to live in this period building ion a very convenient location with plenty of parking and a garage.
* Three bedrooms and a large living space with vaulted ceiling
* Share of Freehold
* Floor to ceiling wardrobes in master bedroom
* Plenty of parking and a private garage
* Loft space access for storage
* Gas central heating and double glazing
* Replaced Worcester boiler
* Entry phone system
The property is in a very convenient location and is walking distance from many of Guildford's amenities including Guildford's upper High Street and G Live (0.4 miles), London Road train station (0.3 miles) with trains taking approx. 1 hour to London Waterloo, Stoke Park (0.2 miles) and Waitrose (0.9 miles). Guildford's mainline train station is approx. 1 mile away, providing a commuter service to London Waterloo in approx 38 minutes. There is also easy access to the A3 which links the South Coast, central London and both Gatwick and Heathrow airports. The area is well served by a wide range of schools both private and public and Busy Bees Nursery is opposite the property. Guildford is renowned for its excellent shopping and offers a comprehensive range of social, recreational and educational facilities as well as being a gateway to some of the most stunning scenery in the South East of England, forming part of the Surrey Hills, which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and ideal for riding, walking or cycling.