Newlands Crescent is located in St Lukes Park, one of Guildford’s most sought after developments, close to the town centre, London Road station and the Downs.
This substantial property is at the end of the crescent and therefore has the benefit of it’s own private access to the rear of the property. The versatile accommodation is arranged over four floors, with four bedrooms (two being en-suite), three reception rooms, and a bright and airy kitchen/dining/family room. There is also a family bathroom, utility room and a downstairs cloakroom. Particular features of the property include wonderful, far reaching southerly views of the downs, and the large drawing room, which has French doors opening onto a south facing balcony terrace.
The lovely rear garden is accessed via French doors from the conservatory and enjoys a paved sun-terrace area, which leads on to the lawn area, which has an attractive period redbrick wall at the rear and is bordered by mature shrubs and attractive flowers. There is also an integral garage and driveway parking.
Guildford is the historic and vibrant county town of Surrey, offering first class entertainment and shopping, and is a gateway to some of the most stunning scenery in the South East of England. Guildford has excellent transport links, with the A3 linking to the M25 just 6 miles away and for those that commute by train, the service to Waterloo is excellent, with times from approximately 36 minutes. There are a number of first class schools in the town, including Guildford High School for Girls, The Royal Grammar School and Tormead, as well as those further afield. The state sector is also very well catered for, with both George Abbot and The County School being well thought of.
Council Tax Band – G
Current EPC Rating – C / 69
- A substantial town house located on a private road
- Four double bedrooms
- Three reception rooms
- Large kitchen/dining/family room
- Enclosed, private rear garden
- Far reaching views of the downs
- Council Tax Band – G
- Current EPC Rating – C / 69
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.