60 Tillingbourne Road is situated on the south side of the road and therefore benefits from a very large south facing garden which extends to approximately 180' at the rear. Situated about half way down the road, all the facilities of the Shalford are within a short walk, which include the Infant School and Pre School, the Village Store, Coffee Shop, Boots The Chemist, Post Office, two restaurants and Wine Merchants. The traditional village green with its cricket pitch provides the focal point of the village and there are lovely walks nearby, along the River Wey towpath and up to the Chantry Woods. Guildford's historic High Street and excellent shopping, restaurants and bars is only one and a half miles away and here the main line station offers a fast commuter service to Waterloo in 38 minutes. Shalford's branch line station connects to Guildford and Gatwick.
60 Tillingbourne Road is a detached family house of character, set within a very large south facing garden, which now requires modernisation. There is also plenty of scope for extension, subject to planning permission, as there is a double garage and such a large garden. There are three bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor and two well proportioned reception rooms on the ground floor, along with a kitchen, utility room and cloakroom. Outside there is a double width garage and a particularly large south facing garden which extends to approximately 180' at the rear and overall measures 0.25 acres.
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