Dating from the 1950 s this partly tile hung terraced house features three good sized bedrooms, a decent sized living room and a conservatory which overlooks the beautiful garden and view beyond. Features of the property include good sized rooms, gas central heating system to radiators and double glazing throughout the majority of the home. It is fair to say the property now requires some general modernisation and was in the previous owners ownership since being built in the 1950 s. Undoubtedly the greatest charm of this property is the garden backing directly onto the Tillingbourne stream with a fantastic view beyond over farmland where sometimes animals graze.
* Beautiful countryside views, backing onto the Tillingbourne stream
* East facing garden
* Three good sized bedrooms
* Requires some modernisation
* Fitted kitchen and first floor shower room
* Downstairs cloakroom
* 2010 Glo worm boiler
* Double glazed conservatory overlooking garden
* Good sized sitting room with fireplace and chimney still intact
* On street parking
* Fronting onto a green
* Vacant possession
* No onward chain
Garden and Exterior
The rear garden features a useful lean-to area off the kitchen which adjoins the house with a brick built store room. There is side access via a lockable timber gate which leads to an archway giving access to the front. Currently the rear garden is set up as a large allotment/vegetable patch with areas of fruit, vegetables, composting and a picket fence and gate giving access to the river beyond. We understand beyond the gate is not owned by the property although its use is permitted by the owner.
Shalford is a delightful sought-after Surrey Hills village with a small selection of shops as well as the Snooty Fox cafe, a railway station, Shalford Infant School and several public hosues. The village provides easy access onto the Downs and is surrounded by miles of open countryside, ideal for walking, cycling and horse riding. Just over a mile away is Guildford, which is the historic and vibrant county town of Surrey, offering a comprehensive range of shopping, social, recreational and educational facilities, and there are a number of excellent local schools. The mainline railway station at Guildford offers a commuter service to London Waterloo in approx. 38 minutes, whilst the A3 and A31 provide access to the South coast and the M25 to central London and International airports.