A two bedroom semi-detached bungalow situated in a sought-after cul-de-sac in Chilworth providing easy access to miles of beautiful countryside. The property would now benefit from some updating but boasts garage, long driveway, an attractive rear garden and represents the end of a chain.
To the front of the property is a landscaped garden with rockery and mature planted beds. A path leads to the double-glazed front door which opens into a porch with cupboard housing meters and fuses. A further door leads into the central entrance hall and this room has a cupboard housing the Worcester gas boiler, along with a storage cupboard to one side and doors leading to all rooms.
At the front of the property is the sitting room with coal effect gas fire, with windows to either side and a double-glazed bay window to the front aspect. The kitchen is a generous size room but would benefit from modernisation and has a corner pantry cupboard plus additional built-in storage, as well as a stainless steel sink with mixer tap, range of work surfaces with base and eye level units and space for appliances. There is a double-glazed window to the side aspect and a square archway leads to a garden room with double-glazed windows to each side and patio doors onto the rear garden.
The main bedroom is at the back of the property and features built-in wardrobes and a double-glazed window overlooking the rear garden. The second bedroom is to the front of the property. Both bedrooms are served by a recently refitted bathroom which features a shower cubicle.
Outside, there is off-street parking for one car to the front of the house and a driveway runs to the side, providing further parking for 4/5 cars and leads to a garage beyond with double doors, power and light. A gate from the driveway leads into the rear garden which has a patio adjoining the bungalow, an area of lawn with well stocked, mature shrub borders, an ornamental pond and distant views of countryside to the rear.
Chilworth is surrounded by some of Surrey’s most beautiful walking and riding countryside with footpaths to St Martha’s and Blackheath close by. The village has its own post office and store, an independent clothing shop and a popular pub, The Percy Arms. There are two excellent schools in the village, Chilworth C of E and Tillingbourne Junior School. Chilworth station is close and a regular bus service serves the village.
Guildford is approximately two miles away and has an extensive range of shopping and leisure facilities including the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, G Live, the Surrey Sports Park and Spectrum. Guildford main line station provides a fast and regular service to London Waterloo. There is an excellent road network and the A3 gives easy access to London, the M25 and the national motorway network, Heathrow and Gatwick.
- 2 bedrooms
- NO CHAIN
- 2 double bedrooms
- Attractive rear garden
- Parking for 4/5 cars
- Approximately 2 miles from Guildford
Chilworth lies to the southeast of Guildford and has three churches, two pre-secondary education schools, an independent pub-restaurant and a railway station. Footpaths lead through fields and woodlands along the ranges of hills. Chilworth is split between two civil parishes, Shalford CP to the west and St Martha’s CP to the east. It also has a recreation ground with a park that has a sports pavilion used for football and cricket.