This attractive modern detached home has pretty brick elevations with a bay window under a pitched and tiled roof and forms part of the popular Cardwells Keep development. The accommodation is well presented and arranged over two floors.
An entrance hall leads to a cloakroom and provides access to all the main rooms. A sitting room has a pretty bay window that overlooks the park and leads to the dining room via double doors which creates a great entertaining space. The dining room also enjoys views and access to a delightful part walled landscaped garden. The fitted kitchen overlooks the rear garden and has access to the integral garage.
To the first floor there are three bedrooms with the main bedroom benefitting from an en-suite shower room in addition to a separate family bathroom.
We anticipate a strong level of interest in this property especially as it is available with no onward chain so we recommend an early viewing appointment to avoid disappointment.
This property forms part of a well conceived and executed residential development called Cardwells Keep built in the mid 1990's which was once part of the Victorian barracks built in 1879 to house The Queens Royal Regiment and many of the original buildings remain and have been converted to form residential properties.
The property enjoys a landscaped setting with a central park with ornate railings with properties arranged around the park similar to a Georgian square. To the front of the property there is decorative low maintenance garden with a driveway providing parking and access to the single garage.
The rear garden is a delightful feature and is part walled with a small patio and a central lawn and well stocked borders.
Ideally located for the family and commuter the property is situated within quarter of a mile of local schools, services and local shops off Grange Road and Worplesdon Road. The county town of Guilford with its superb cobbled High Street is within three miles providing a vibrant shopping and dining experience. The town offers a wealth of recreational facilities including G Live, the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Surrey Sports Park and the Spectrum Leisure Centre. The town is the gateway to the Surrey Hills which is an area of outstanding natural beauty and there are also many walks along the River Wey. The A3 provides access to London and the M25 for major airports and there are two stations serving London Waterloo.