This well presented four bedroom detached home is located on St Nicolas Avenue, within half a mile of Cranleigh High Street and local schools. Built in the 1930’s, this property boasts original features and character as well as the potential to extend (STP). Offered with no onward chain.
The property is entered via an entrance hall leading to a dining room and a substantial sitting room with feature fireplace. The sitting room also adjoins the conservatory which enjoys views over the impressive rear garden and provides access to the downstairs W.C. The kitchen/breakfast room is well-appointed with fitted units and has ample workspace, as well as a side door leading to the driveway and rear of the property.
Upstairs, you will find four generously sized bedrooms, with the principal bedroom offering plenty of storage with built-in cupboards. The family bathroom is well-appointed with updated fittings, a bath and separate shower.
Outside, the property benefits from a long driveway that leads to a lean-to carport and garage at the rear of the property providing ample space for parking and storage. The east facing rear garden is a delightful mix of lawn and established shrubs and flower beds, including Acers, Spring bulbs.
The location and garden size make this an ideal property for a family looking for easy access to Cranleigh’s popular High Street and schools. Cranleigh’s busy village centre offers a variety of shopping, leisure and cultural amenities including two supermarkets, a butcher, fishmonger, M & S Simply Food, as well as a library and leisure centre. The village is also home to several excellent pubs and coffee shops with outside sitting for an al fresco break. Set at the foot of the Surrey Hills, Cranleigh is surrounded by Surrey countryside, and nearby towns of Guildford and Horsham offer mainline services to London.
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Britannia House, 133 High Street
Cranleigh GU6 8AU