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Guide Price £475,000 (Freehold)
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Situated on a popular road within walking distance of the town centre, main line station and sought after local schools, this beautifully presented Victorian semi detached home comes with planning permission to convert the garage to provide further accommodation. (Waverley Ref: WA/2014/0808) EPC: E

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Situated in a highly sought after town centre location, this beautifully presented Victorian property has been updated and extended to provide an open plan ground floor layout which offers a great feeling of space, together with a separate modern kitchen, whilst upstairs benefits from a stunning cantilevered extension which has also been cedar-clad on the exterior.

The front door opens into the open plan sitting/dining room with stripped wooden floor, staircase to first floor and useful understairs storage cupboard. A step leads up into the modern kitchen which offers a range of base and eye level units with wooden worktops, gas hob with extractor above and double oven below, tiled floor and stable door leading out to the rear garden and store with space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble drier.

Stairs from the sitting/dining room lead up to the first floor landing, which benefits from a wonderful light well which allows plenty of natural light to flood in. There are two double bedrooms, with the stunning master bedroom overlooking the rear garden, and benefiting from a vaulted ceiling with velux window, a Juliet balcony and double doors. The family bathroom is fitted with a Victorian style suite comprising a free-standing roll top bath, wash basin on wooden unit, wc and a large walk in fully tiled shower, heated towel rail.

Garden and Exterior

To the front of the property there is access to the garage, together with steps that lead along the side of the property to the front door. A side access gate leads to the rear garden, which has a patio area, ideal for a table and chairs, whilst the remainder of the garden is arranged over several levels with trees, shrubs and flower beds. Steps lead to the top of the garden, which enjoys views across Godalming.


The market town of Godalming has a picturesque and historic High Street with an excellent array of shops, bars, restaurants, as well as three superstores. The main line railway station is close to the town centre and provides direct services into London Waterloo in approx 45 minutes. The A3 linking the M25 and London ’s airports is approx 2 miles from the town centre. There is an excellent selection of schools in the area that cater for most ages and denominations, both in the public and private sectors, and good leisure facilities including swimming pools and health clubs, golf courses at Milford, Chiddingfold and Hurtmore while South Coast beaches are around 30 miles away. Guildford town, with its cobbled High Street, has a multitude of mainstream shops, cinemas and theatres and is approx 4 miles from Godalming, for which there are direct bus and train connections.