The Location 2 Gosden Close is approached up a long driveway, shared with its neighbour, just off the cricket green on the outskirts of popular Bramley village. The High Street is only half a mile away with its good range of local shops, including two small supermarkets, two pubs, a library, a fine butchers shop, a fish and chip shop and an Indian restaurant. Guildford is only three miles with its historic High Street and excellent shops, restaurants and bars. The main line station provides a fast commuter service to Waterloo in 38 minutes. There are miles of walks nearby, including Chinthurst Hill and the Downs Link foot/cycle path at the end of the green. Bramley Golf Course is also very nearby.
The Property 2 Gosden Close is a detached 1970's Guildway bungalow, which has been extended and updated over the years to provide spacious light and airy accommodation, with all rooms having lovely outlooks over the delightful gardens. There are three bedrooms, the largest of which has an en suite bathroom, and a shower room. The sitting room is a very well proportioned sunny room with sliding doors to a south facing terrace and there is a separate dining room. The kitchen/breakfast room has a utility room off and a door to the garden. Outside there is an attached double garage and car port and a parking forecourt accessed via a wide gate. The sunny garden completely surrounds the bungalow and is beautifully maintained.
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