A lovely mid terrace Victoria cottage set in the heart of Shalford. In need of some modernisation and offering 2 double bedrooms and 2 reception rooms. A gravel path leads to the front door of number 22 which opens into the sitting room, with wooden floors and an open fireplace. There is a spacious under stairs cupboard and a dining room with an open fireplace, window to the garden and stairs to the first floor. The dining room leads into the kitchen, with a door to the garden and bathroom. Upstairs there are 2 double bedrooms. Bedroom 1 has a fireplace and overlooks the front, Bedroom 2 has a fireplace and built-in cupboard and has views over the rear garden and Shalford Common. Outside, the garden has a small patio, is laid to lawn and has a large brick-built store. The extremely pretty village of Shalford provides shopping for everyday needs along with a railway station, post office, village shop, chemist, two pubs, coffee shop, tennis and cricket club. There is an excellent selection of schools in the area including the highly regarded Shalford Infant and Pre-School. The beautiful surrounding countryside offers wonderful walking, riding and cycling opportunities. Guildford is approximately two miles away and has an extensive range of shopping and leisure facilities. Guildford main-line station provides a fast and regular service to London Waterloo (approximately 35 minutes). There is a good road network and the A3 gives access to London, the M25 and the national motorway network, Heathrow and Gatwick. The Surrey Hills AONB provides an extensive choice of picturesque walking and cycle routes.
- A mid-terrace Victorian cottage with a wealth of character features
- Two double bedrooms and two reception rooms
- Many original features including fireplaces, picture rails, floors & sash windows
- Convenient village location close to Shalford Common and all amenities
- Approximately 2 miles from Guildford town centre
- Council Tax Band: D, EPC Rating: D, Tenure: Freehold
Shalford is a large village lying two miles south of Guildford with an attractive village green and pond. There is also a church, three pubs, an infant and pre-school. The branch line station connects with the main line at Guildford (one stop) with a fast service to Waterloo in 38 minutes.