Built in 1897 this two bedroom Victorian semi-detached home is presented in beautiful condition throughout. The ground floor consists of two reception rooms, separate kitchen utility/downstairs W/C and engineered wood flooring throughout the two reception rooms, while upstairs there are two bedrooms and family bathroom.
* Bay-fronted living room with double glazed sash windows and feature fireplace
* Dining room with open fireplace and large under stairs storage cupboard
* Kitchen with a range of Oak wood cabinets, granite worktops and integral appliances including; fridge/freezer, slim line dishwasher, oven and hob
* Utility room/downstairs W/C
* Bedroom one, double with two built in storage cupboards, sash window and access to the loft
* Bedroom two, currently used as a dressing room with large built in wardrobes
* Separate family bathroom, with white four piece suite comprising W/C, basin, roll-top bath and shower
* Enclosed rear garden with side access
* Council Tax Band- D (Guildford Borough Council)
* Potential to extend, subject to usual planning consents
Garden and Exterior
The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a new patio and pathway leading from the front of the house through to the garden. There are shrub boarders and a shed at the end of the garden and boundaries are enclosed by panelled fencing. A side gate provides access to the front of the house. To the front, there is a newly re-built wall and a pretty enclosed garden. The property is located in a popular residential road with unrestricted parking and easy access to local amenities and well regarded schooling.
Guildford town centre is the historic and vibrant County Town of Surrey, renowned for its excellent shopping plus offering a comprehensive range of social, recreational and educational facilities. There are two theatres, G Live the contemporary state-of-the-art entertainment and concert hall, an Odeon multiplex cinema, national prizewinning Spectrum Leisure Centre and The Surrey Sports Park, owned by the University of Surrey. 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. Guildford has excellent transport links, with the A3 linking to the M25 just 6 miles away accessing central London and International airports. The mainline railway station provides a commuter service to London Waterloo in approx 35 minutes, whilst London Road station is across the other side of town. There are a number of very highly regarded state schools in the town; Primary schools include Holy Trinity, Burpham, St Thomas of Canterbury (Catholic) and Secondary schools include George Abbot, Guildford County School and St. Peter s.