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A substantial family home with generously proportioned living space and a surprisingly rural feel on the edge of Worplesdon. Extended and remodelled from an original, Georgian influenced design, the property has at its heart a fabulous kitchen breakfast room with wonderful views over the rear garden and surrounding countryside. Comprehensively fitted with oak units and a range of appliances including a centrepiece, twin oven Aga, this is a true family kitchen, with plenty of space to work, dine, socialise and live as well as an adjacent family room and large conservatory providing further space for informal living. Two utility rooms alongside provide space for boots, wine store, laundry and secondary kitchen work space. Reception space is light and well proportioned with pleasant views over the surrounding countryside. All 6 bedrooms are on the first floor and incorporate master and guest suites, a large family bathroom and a sixth bedroom currently configured as a study.
Located on the northern edge of Guildford and with a distinctly semi-rural atmosphere, the property has views both front and rear over protected, greenbelt countryside and yet is within one mile of Worplesdon station offering fast services to Waterloo. Guildford and Woking, about 3 miles each, have a wide range of shopping, social, educational and recreational amenities together with main line stations with trains to Waterloo in about 38 and 30 minutes respectively. The A3 at Guildford gives access to London and the south coast and via the M25 to Heathrow and Gatwick Airports.
The property is situated down a quiet track and behind a deep carriage driveway with plenty of parking. Gardens surround the house but lie principally to the rear of the house and provide a fabulous, open and rural outlook over tree bordered fields and ponds. Immediately behind the house is a large terrace area leading to a fence enclosed and heated swimming pool. Gardens are legally divided into private gardens of 2 acres and a further field of just under 4 acres (3.8 acres) which is owned jointly with the neighbour. The whole is left open to the rear of the house giving a real sense of rural, natural environment that belies the property's proximity to station and amenities.
Guildford Borough Council, tax band H. Mains Gas, electricity and water. Private drainage.
2 en suite shower rooms
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