A stunning period home in one of Guildford's most desirable roads, set in a large plot in excess of 0.6 acres and prime for extension and modernisation (STPP). EPC Rating D.
- 4 well proportioned bedrooms with built in storage and roof terrace to the master suite
- Family bathroom and ensuite to the master bedroom
- Large sitting room, dining room, garden room and study on the ground floor
- Fitted kitchen breakfast room with side access and access to the utility room
- Impressive entrance hall linking the principal reception rooms and cloakroom
- Off street parking for multiple cars and an attached garage
- Beautiful grounds totalling 0.6 of an acre
- Solar panels are installed and the lease expires 2037 with a fuel saving of £1,700 per annum
This is a truly stunning family home, offered to the market for the first time in over 38 years and in one of Guildford's most sought after roads. The property sits on an impressive plot in excess of 0.6 acres which is most unique for such a central location. Built we believe in around 1925, the home offers a wonderful combination of character charm, generously proportioned rooms and bright living space. The property is presented in great condition with the exciting opportunity to extend and modernise subject to planning permission. The majority of the living space is orientated toward the back of the house, offering a wonderful outlook over the pristine south westerly gardens. The property benefits from a wealth of great features including open fireplaces, high ceilings, large windows, a huge games room area in the loft and a charming roof terrace from the master bedroom.
Guildford is the County Town of Surrey, renowned for its excellent shopping plus offering a comprehensive range of social, recreational and educational facilities. This property is located on Tilehouse Road which is situated in one of Guildford's most highly regarded locations, close to Chantry Woods, Pewley Downs and Shalford Park, offering access to miles of lovely walking countryside. However, the historic High Street with its excellent shops, restaurants and bars is within a 0.75 mile walk and the main line station is just a little further, making the location ideal for commuters. There are two theatres, G Live the contemporary state-of-the-art entertainment venue, an Odeon multiplex cinema, 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 38 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. First-class Independent schools include The Royal Grammar School, Guildford High, Lanesborough, Tormead and Rydes Hill Prep..