Sitting royally at the end of this popular residential cul-de-sac you would be inclined to think that this property, built in 2013, is still in a supremely immaculate condition and you would be right! Also with the added benefit of being offered with no onward chain.
The large and welcoming hallway has access to the downstairs toilet and front facing kitchen. To the rear is a large reception/living room (16ft x 15ft) with a glass roof covering the double glazed doors. This provides a room filled with light and ample space for furniture of any size or configuration. The modern kitchen has integrated SMEG appliances throughout and has space for a kitchen table with chairs.
Upstairs are three well proportioned bedrooms, a family bathroom and an ensuite shower room to the master bedroom.
- No onward chain
- Built in 2009
- Large living room
- Immaculate condition
Garden and Exterior
To the front is a small garden laid to lawn with a driveway (space for two cars) and access to the single width, double length garage. To the rear is a newly landscaped garden with tree lined views and a completely private position.
This area of north Guildford is a superbly convenient location. The area itself has its own range of local shops, supermarket and petrol garage in addition to a range of schools (including St Josephs Catholic Primary) and churches. The house itself backs onto Liddington Hall meadows which has a network of pathways running through. However the beauty of this position is its close proximity to Guildford mainline train station and Guildford town centre, just a mile and a half away. For commuters, Guildford offers excellent transport links with the A3 and M25 being close-by. Waterloo station can be reached from Guildford in around 33 minutes. Some commuters prefer to travel to neighbouring stations of Woking, Worplesdon and Brookwood all of which offer a fast and frequent service to Waterloo, Woking being 23 minutes.