The property is approached via a driveway that provides off street parking and access to the extended single garage. Upon entering, you are greeted into the hallway which leads into the two generous reception rooms and kitchen which enjoys a view of the garden. The ground floor also benefits from a downstairs WC and access into the garden.
Accommodation on the first floor includes two large double bedrooms and one single bedroom, all serviced by the family bathroom.
The rear garden, accessed from both inside and outside the property, is generous in size. From the kitchen, there is a patio area with steps leading down on the main lawn with a greenhouse in corner and a workshop which is attached to the garage.
Both the property and garden require immediate attention and with the potential to extend (STPP) this is an exciting opportunity for the next owners to put their own stamp on the property.
Located on the western side of the town centre, providing access to the North Downs, perfect for a walk through the countryside. The mainline station and town centre are also easily accessed in addition to being well positioned for the County School and the University of Surrey.
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. Communications are good, 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 in addition to the RailAir coach service, direct to Heathrow Airport.
Council Tax Band – E
Current EPC Rating – D / 55
- No onward chain
- Incredible potential to modernise and extend (STPP)
- Incredibly well located
- Council Tax Band – E
- Current EPC Rating – D / 55
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.