This end of terrace character home is situated close to Bramley village centre and has the great benefit of a long rear garden with access to The Downs Link.
The house has been very well maintained and improved by our clients during the past 25 years, double-glazed doors and windows and a new boiler having been recently installed. On the ground floor the staircase sub divides the main living areas into 2 distinct rooms, whilst the well appointed kitchen gives access to the recently refurbished bathroom. Unusually for such a property, 3 bedrooms are provided on the first floor.
The lovely sunny garden, including a productive vegetable plot, has been extremely well cared for and features a detached shed/workshop and two greenhouses. To the front of the house the private drive provides parking for several cars.
Bramley enjoys a vibrant local community spirit along with its thriving high street where a local butcher, grocer, supermarket and post office can be found. There are two very popular pubs as well as a library and historical church. The village has regular bus links into Guildford, Godalming and Cranleigh. There is an excellent selection of schools in the area in both the state and private sectors.
The historic town of Guildford, with its famous cobbled High Street and castle, is approximately 3 miles, providing an extensive range of leisure and recreational facilities with a wide collection of shops and restaurants, the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, cinema complex, G Live, Surrey Sports Park, Spectrum Leisure Centre and Lido. There are 2 railway stations in Guildford and from the main station there is a regular and fast service to London Waterloo taking approximately 37 minutes. The A3 is easily reached for access to the M25 and the wider motorway network. London, the south coast, Heathrow and Gatwick airports are all within an hour’s drive.
- Extremely well presented
- 3 good size bedrooms
- 2 reception rooms
- Well fitted kitchen
- Private parking
Bramley lies approximately 3 miles south of Guildford and offers an excellent range of local shops for day to day needs, as well as a library, post office and two local pubs. St Catherine’s School for Girls is also situated in the village. The area is surrounded by delightful countryside, offering a wide range of walking and riding opportunities.