This pretty period built home has plenty of kerb appeal and whilst it may look like a small period cottage it is anything but having been thoughtfully extended it offers adaptable free flowing accommodation arranged over two floors.
The ground floor comprises an entrance hall which leads to a front facing study and a pretty sitting room with a fireplace housing a wood burner which is very much in keeping with the character feel of the property. Beyond the entrance hall there is a stunning open plan living/dining room which delivers a real 'wow' factor and is the family and social hub of this home. With a part vaulted ceiling it is filled with space and light with velux windows and bi-fold doors overlooking and leading to the rear terrace. This room leads seamlessly to a spacious kitchen and a utility and cloakroom.
The first floor offers three superb double bedrooms with a Jack and Jill shower room in addition to a superb family bathroom.
This property really needs to be viewed to be fully appreciated.
- Pretty period home
- Thoughtfully extended
- Three reception rooms
- Stunning living/dining room
- Three double bedrooms
- Family bathroom
- Jack and Jill shower room
- Garden and terrace
- Off street parking
Garden and Exterior
To the front there is ample off street parking leading to a gated entrance to the long front garden with is laid to lawn and provides great secure space for play. In contrast the rear garden has been attractively hard landscaped to provide a superb entertaining area leading directly from the kitchen and living room.There is also a timber garden shed.
Situated in the popular Rydes Hill Road this property enjoys a quiet setting towards the end of the road which ends up in a cul de sac near to the common which is great for dog walking. Local shops and services can be found on Worplesdon and Aldershot road. The county town of Guildford offers a wide range of shopping, leisure and cultural amenities, including restaurants, theatres, multiplex cinema, two sport and Leisure Centres. Communications are good, with the A3 connecting with the M25 at Wisley for access to the airports and the national motorway network. In addition, the town benefits from two railway stations offering fast and frequent services into London Waterloo, with journey times from about 38 minutes, as well as links to Gatwick Airport.