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A well established and handsome Victorian family home in delightful mature gardens, providing versatile living space set out on three floors. The house has retained its Victorian character and splendour with a welcoming hall and staircase climbing up the centre of the house. There are open fireplaces, high ceilings with moulded cornicing, pine panelled doors, square bay sash windows and an ornate veranda over the front door. On the top floor there is the opportunity for creating a small flat, as it once was. In all an exceptional family home and a wonderful example of Victorian architecture, with scope to add value.
Marshall Road is located on the Guildford side of the town, between Farncombe and Godalming, being a pleasant well established residential road, with a variety of houses mainly built at around the turn of 19th century. It is a very convenient position, well away from main roads, with a footpath close by, providing a pedestrian 'short cut' down into Godalming by The Lammas Lands and another which links with Farncombe mainline station 0.25 mile. Farncombe village provides a good selection of local shops, as well as the wide expanse of Broadwater Park, with its large lake and Leisure Centre. There is a good range of schools for all age groups, both state and private, in the surrounding area. Access onto the A3 the London/Portsmouth Road can be found at Hurtmore, whilst the County Town of Guildford is about 4.5 miles away.
To the front there is a gated driveway and stone wall frontage which encloses a driveway providing parking and well stocked flower beds. The driveway leads to the side and to an attached garage. The gardens to the rear are a real delight. There is a raised stone terrace adjoining the house with steps down to the large expanse of lawn. Deep flower beds and borders are stocked full of a wide variety of flowering plants, shrubs and trees. Behind a row of apple trees is a small vegetable plot and a greenhouse. There is a gate leading out onto the Canon Bowring recreation ground immediately adjoining the garden. At the end of the garden is a pavilion on a raised terrace, ideal for outdoor entertaining. In all the garden extends to 0.264 acre.
Gas fired central heating
Cellar and work shop with good head height
kitchen with utility room and pantry
wonderful garden o.264 acre
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