Conveniently situated within a short walk of both the town centre and mainline station, this superb four double bedroom triplex property is presented in excellent condition and is an ideal property for both entertaining and relaxing.
The generously proportioned accommodation is arranged over three floors and offers a light, bright and calm atmosphere. The ground floor consists of a large sitting room, fitted with bespoke cabinetry. Across the spacious hall, the well-appointed kitchen has been finished to a very high standard with a central island, built-in appliances, and direct access to the lower of two terraces through double French doors, and the adjoining utility room. The first floor offers three bedrooms, with two being en-suite, whilst the top floor hosts a large guest suite.
Directly outside the kitchen is a charming courtyard garden, perfect for a morning coffee, whilst a larger terrace is found up some steps and is elevated. This is well enclosed with specimen trees and a great space for entertaining. The property has allocated parking for two cars, and a private storage space.
Boasting historic places to visit, riverside walks, picturesque gardens and acres of green space, there are plenty of sights and sounds to stimulate the senses around Surrey. Known for its verdant countryside and rich history, the area combines beautiful surroundings with the style, convenience, and pace of the modern lifestyle. If it’s history and culture you’re after, Guildford’s Cathedral is well worth a visit with its international reputation for singing, and the ancient castle with its roof-top viewing platform offers panoramic views over the town and surrounding countryside.
The Surrey Hills offer extensive trails, taking walkers on a voyage of discovery through a landscape that remains a mystery to many. The hills stretch across the chalk North Downs with areas of ancient woodlands, hidden treasures and spectacular views – a perfect place to relax and enjoy your free time.
Willow Reach is just a moment’s walk from the River Wey tow path and North Downs Way, and provides scenic walks and an opportunity for families to enjoy a riverside picnic. Culturally speaking, Guildford plays host to an array of museums, art galleries and the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre which stages shows direct from London’s West End.
Share of Freehold
Lease Remaining – 106 Years
Service Charge – £2300 Per Annum
Council Tax Band – E
Current EPC Rating – C / 79
- Stunning location
- Private courtyard garden
- Off street parking for two cars
- Share of Freehold
- Council Tax Band – E
- Current EPC Rating – C / 79
The university town of Guildford lies about 30 miles south of London in the Surrey Hills. The town offers huge variety in ages and styles of property, has excellent schools, both state and private and a bustling cobbled High Street and shopping centre, making it one of the country’s most desirable areas. Guildford also offers a range of recreational facilities, theatres and leisure centres. For the commuter, there are 2 mainline train stations, both offering services into Waterloo, with the fast line getting you there in approximately 35 minutes.