Set in a quiet close with a unique and very attractive outlook over a communal green, 16 Caxton Gardens is sold with no onward chain. Having first been built in 1906 for the workers of Billings & Sons Printers in Walnut Tree Close, the development created a sense of close community which still exists. The accommodation is bright and neatly appointed with space to extend subject to planning.
The west facing garden is beautiful manicured with a mixture of lawn and well stocked borders. There is a very useful brick-built outhouse which could easily be converted.
The historic town of Guildford offers a wide range of shopping, leisure, and cultural amenities, including restaurants, theatres, multiplex cinema, the Spectrum Sport and Leisure Centre. Transport connections are excellent, with the A3 connecting with the M25 at Wisley for access to the airports and the national motorway network. In addition, the town benefits from two railway stations offering fast and frequent services into London Waterloo, with journey times from about 36 minutes, as well as links to Gatwick Airport.
Guildford is also very popular due to excellent schools both in the state sector and independent.
Council Tax Band – D
Current EPC Rating – D / 65
- No onward chain
- Period features
- Close to amenities
- Council Tax Band – D
- Current EPC Rating – D / 65
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.