Believed to date from the 1840's and arranged over three floors, a delightful period townhouse with two/three bedrooms and the advantage of a charming walled garden and glorious views towards Warwicks Bench. The mainline station and Town Centre are about a quarter of a mile away and there is easy access to the River Wey and the Towpath to Guildford.
Entrance hall shower room sitting room family/dining room kitchen/breakfast room amdega conservatory bedroom with ensuite family bathroom off street parking
Both the Town Centre and mainline railway station are under a quarter of a mile away. Guildford Town Centre provides extensive shopping facilities together with numerous theatres, bars and restaurants clustered around the historic cobbled High Street. Trains from Guildford connect with London Waterloo (fast trains about 35mins).
Steps lead up to a pillared entrance with door to the reception hall and stairs to the lower ground floor and first floor. The sitting room has an Adam style fireplace with marble slips and hearth, and fine views to the rear towards Warwicks Bench. A wide archway opens into the study/ bedroom three with sash bay windows to the front. Inner lobby with cupboard and door to shower room with wc and washbasin.
On the lower ground floor, the kitchen / breakfast room has a window to the front and stable door to the side entrance with passageway giving storage and access to the rear garden. The kitchen is fitted with a range of cupboards with laminate work surfaces, Amtico flooring, space for appliances, small breakfast bar and understairs cupboard.
Family room / dining room with open fireplace and gas fire, brick surround and a dining area at one end with sliding doors through to the Amdega conservatory which overlooks and connects with the garden, giving a very pleasant outlook and setting.
On the first floor there is an airing cupboard and access to the loft. The main bedroom, which receives the morning sun, has fitted built-in wardrobes, an ensuite shower room with power shower and outstanding views towards Warwicks Bench. The second bedroom is a good double with built-in wardrobes and adjoins the family bathroom.
At the front there is off street parking for 2 cars and doors to both the lower and upper ground floor. At the rear the courtyard garden is paved, with flowerbeds and a raised border with water feature to one side and a pergola providing a shaded dining area. Brick walls provide good privacy and there is a large timber garden shed / summer house with a bicycle shed to the rear.
Prospective applicants should be aware that these particulars are intended as a general guide only and room sizes should not be relied upon for carpets or furnishing. We have not carried out any form of survey nor have we tested any appliance or services, mechanical or electrical. All maps are supplied by from Ordnance Survey mapping. Care has been taken in the preparation of these sales particulars, which are thought to be materially correct, although their accuracy is not guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.
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