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Price £450,000 (Freehold)
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With white rendered elevations under a pitched and tiled roof this pretty period home offers charm and character combined with a flexible floorpan it enjoys a mature garden setting and has off street parking. No onward chain. EPC Rating: E

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With lots of kerb appeal this pretty period home will prove to be immensely popular and it offers far more accommodation than initially apparent especially on the ground floor with the addition of a large single storey extension.

With exposed brickwork and latched doors there is plenty of the original character of this cottage in evidence which has been combined within a modern free flowing floorpan ideal for day to day living and entertaining.

A spacious hall leads to a cosy sitting room and study area overlooking the front aspect. A further reception room with a feature exposed brick wall provides further space which can be interpreted as a formal dining area or additional sitting area. There is a large orangery/garden room across the rear of the property enjoying access and views over the mature rear garden, joining the fitted kitchen and the sitting/dining room creating a great family and entertaining hub.

The first floor is far more spacious than the typical period cottage and offers three bedrooms and a large family bathroom.

Garden and Exterior

To the front there is a gated pedestrian access to a low maintenance front garden with a side path leading to the rear. The rear garden is mature and laid to lawn and unusually for a period home there is a hard standing to the rear providing off street parking.


Ideally located in a popular part of North Guildford there is a wide range of shops and amenities within quarter of a mile on the Worplesdon Road. Guildford town is within 2.7 miles and is the historic and vibrant county town of Surrey offering a comprehensive range of shopping, social, recreational and educational facilities. It is also the gateway to some of the most stunning scenery in the south east of England and forms part of the Surrey Hills, which is an area of outstanding natural beauty. For commuters, Guildford offers excellent transport links with the A3 being close-by. Waterloo station can be reached from Guildford in around 35 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. There are an excellent range of private and state schools in the area.