This delightful semi detached home was built in the 1920s and features generous, well proportioned 3 bedroom accommodation with bright and airy reception space, including a conservatory overlooking and having access to the rear garden. This well presented home enjoys a light and neutral decorative theme, which features throughout the property and is situated in a convenient location, a level walk of the village centre and all the amenities that Cranleigh has to offer.
You enter the property through a glazed front door into a spacious entrance hall, with practical wood effect flooring which flows throughout the ground floor reception area. The sitting room is a well proportioned double aspect room with a centrally positioned fireplace, fitted with a wood effect gas fire with wood surround and marble hearth. Glazed doors open into the double glazed conservatory, which has access to the rear garden through french doors. The triple aspect kitchen is fitted with a comprehensive range of white base and eye level units with a free standing gas cooker, extractor fan, stainless steel sink and a separate utility area with space for further appliances. The family bathroom is fitted with a modern white suite and features a bath with overhead shower. A turning staircase leads to the first floor landing from which all 3 bedrooms radiate. Bedroom one is a particularly good size and enjoys a double aspect overlooking the front and rear garden, benefitting from plenty of wardrobe space. The two remaining bedrooms both overlook the back garden.
* Well presented accommodation throughout.
* Three generous bedrooms.
* Living room and adjoining conservatory with doors to the garden.
* Fitted kitchen with a utility area.
* Secure rear garden, predominantly laid to lawn.
* Private off street parking space for several cars.
* Walking distance to the village centre.
* Recently installed double glazed windows and doors.
The village of Cranleigh is located 10 miles to the south of Guildford, which has a mainline station with a fast service into Waterloo and access to the A3 for the M25 and central London.
Cranleigh village has a health centre, library, leisure centre and art centre as well as a comprehensive range of shops. These include a butcher, fishmonger, Marks and Spencer Simply Food , two supermarkets and a wide range of independent retailers. The area is surrounded by open countryside, including the Surrey Hills, ideal for walking, cycling and horse riding.