- 2 Spacious character Victorian reception rooms
- Close to town centre and station
- Lovely presentation throughout
- 3 Bedrooms
- Generous kitchen with breakfast nook
- Sought after location
In the heart of Guildford, in a sought after location, you will find this well- positioned Victorian family home with a view of the Guildford Cathedral as you approach the house. It's just a short walk to the town centre and the main train station, would suit a young professional family with the need to commute, or who want to live and work in the local community. It's also a short walk to the North Downs Way.
The house is a spacious and well-presented three-bedroom, semi-detached house with two large separate reception rooms and garden with patio.
As you enter the doorway, to the left is the spacious living room with a beautiful character tiled fireplace, and bay window facing onto the street. This room is carpeted and cosy for those romantic evenings, though the there is a solid wooden floor underneath the carpet which could be exposed if preferred. At present this room is being used as a bedroom.
Adjacent to that front room is a second large reception room/dining room. It is light and bright with a window overlooking the garden and the immediate view through to the kitchen. This adds to the spacious feel. It has solid wooden floors and is most suitable for either a second living room or dining room for those entertaining occasions. It leads to the beautiful fully fitted kitchen/breakfast room with all white goods included and with double doors opening onto the patio for those morning breakfast treats and barbeques for friends and family.
It includes a private lovely garden lined with mature trees and shrubs and patio area. A small lockable shed is tucked away at the bottom of the garden to store garden tools and furniture.
To the side of the house is a very useful storage area for bins with a gate leading to the front for easy second access around the side.
Upstairs you will find an exceptionally spacious main bedroom with a built-in cupboard and space for other large items of furniture. It overlooks the road with two large sash windows.
Along the passage you will find the additional double bedroom with a view to the garden and a smaller bedroom/study, also overlooking the garden – this room would make a great home office.
All the bedrooms are light and bright with charming sash windows.
A modern fully tiled family bathroom serves the house and has a shower over the bath with a heated towel rail.
This house is worth consideration as your next happy home. It's in a sought-after area and will retain its value and only grow. It's being marketed at a very competitive price with a view to early completion, and is available with no upward chain.
Why not benefit from the stamp duty discount offer now until March next year and make your offer now?
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