This attractive Victorian bay fronted semi detached house dates from circa 1903 we understand and is situated in the highly sought after High Path Road. This popular road leads to Guildford s golf club and the Downs and is not far from Guildford s town centre and Merrow Village. Schooling in the area is first class for all ages and the street is particularly popular with families with young children.
The property features two separate reception rooms, both of which have fireplaces and a bay window to the sitting room at the front. The kitchen is off of the dining room and features a tiled floor and Fired Earth wall tiling, comprising of a cream shaker kitchen with thick oak surfaces and space for all the usual appliances to include a range style oven, an integrated dishwasher and a stainless steel butlers style sink. Off the kitchen is a useful utility area with a continuation of the tiled floor which has space and plumbing for appliances, some wall units and a full length oak surface in keeping with the kitchen design. On the first floor a wooden stripped and varnished staircase rises to the landing where there are two bedrooms and a Victorian style white bathroom suite with tiling to the walls and floor and an Aqualisa powered shower over the bath. A very attractive oak veneered turning staircase turning leads to the most recent addition of the loft conversion which was completed in 2017 by 'Loftplan'. The conversion features an excellent sized master bedroom with dormer windows to the front and back and an oak effect wooden floor. There is also an ensuite bathroom with a white contemporary suite and Fired Earth wall and floor tiling.
Other noteworthy features include gas central heating to radiators powered by a modern combination boiler installed in 2016, double glazed windows and doors throughout the property and many original character features still evident throughout the home.