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£449,950 (Freehold)
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A very attractive cream painted, end of terrace, Victorian cottage which has been totally refurbished in recent years and features an extended kitchen/dining area, two bedrooms and a good sized open plan living space. EPC: C

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This extended Victorian cottage is situated in a pleasant no through road in the heart of Guildford's town centre. In recent years our clients have improved the property further with a significant alteration and enlargement to the kitchen area which now feratures a very contemporary fitted kitchen with built in appliances and space for a large kitchen table allowing a separate dining area from the main living space.

The accommodation comprises of an entrance porch which insulates the main living space from the elements and features a Karndene wood effect floor found throughout the main living space as well. A staircase rises from the main reception area to the first floor where there are two excellent sized double bedrooms, the front bedroom with a pleasant double aspect to the front and side and a totally refitted bathroom with a Victorian style suite, with chrome fitments, a white suite and a fashionable patterned tiled floor.

Other noteworthy features include a gas central heating system to radiators, double glazed windows and doors and very pleasant and neutral decoration throughout the property in Farrow and Ball paints we understand.

To summarise, this is a very well presented and much loved, totally refurbished Victorian home in an ideal location for easy access to Guildford town centres amenities but surprisingly in a very quiet street.


The property is located just a short walk from Waitrose (0.2 miles), Guildfod town centre (0.5 miles), London Road train station (0.6 miles) with trains taking 1 hour to London Waterloo and Guildford's mainline station (0.7 miles) with a commuter service to London Waterloo in approx. 38 minutes. Also within walking distance are popular pubs including The Stoke, The Kings Head and The Drummond as well as an off licence, fish and chip shop. There are a number of very highly regarded schools in the area and nearby ones include Sandfield Primary, Guildford High School, The Royal Grammar School and Guildford County. Guildford is a gateway to some of the most stunning scenery in the South East of England and forms part of the Surrey Hills, which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and ideal for riding, walking or cycling.