Beautifully presented and extended, this bay fronted Victorian home offers modern and contemporary interiors blended with the original character. On the ground floor, there is a well fitted kitchen/dining/family room with bi-folding doors leading to the garden. A bay fronted living room with log burner, a shower and utility room finished off the ground floor accommodation. There are three bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor. To the rear the pretty west-facing garden has been landscaped with a lovely patio, railway sleepers creating raised lawned garden and pathway leading to the wooden shed.
The property is located within a popular residential road leading up to the Merrow Downs offering miles of countryside for walking and cycling. Merrow shops are within easy reach and provide a splendid range of local shops including an M&S, chemist and post office. Schooling is excellent with several within walking distance including Merrow Infant School, Bushy Hill Primary School, St Thomas of Canterbury, Boxgrove Primary, St Peters and George Abbot. Guildford with its famous cobbled High Street and Castle is located approximately 1 mile away, providing an extensive range of leisure and recreational facilities with a wide range of shops, restaurants, the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, a cinema complex, G Live, Surrey Sports Park and Spectrum Leisure Centre.
Transport links are excellent with a regular bus service into Guildford and 2 stations including the mainline station connecting to London Waterloo in approximately 37 minutes. The A3 is closeby linking to the M25 motorway, Gatwick and Heathrow Airports.
- 3 bedrooms
- Living room with log burner
- Fitted kitchen/dining/family room
- Downstairs shower room
- Family bathroom
- Electric Loft ladder with partially floored loft
- Rear garden
- Tenure Freehold
- EPC D. Council tax band D
Merrow is a north-east suburb of Guildford, centred 2 miles from the town centre, right on the edge of the ridge of hills that forms the North Downs. Merrow is an attractive location for families due to the excellent local schools, including Boxgrove Primary, St. Thomas of Canterbury and St. Peters, as well as its proximity to the town centre. Property styles vary but are predominantly 1930s family size homes.