This delightful Victorian end-of-terrace cottage sits in an elevated position in a quiet and popular location 0.3 of a mile from the town centre and High Street. The front door is approached by steps from the driveway. From the entrance hallway there is a sitting room which includes characterful features such as a traditional open fireplace and a sash window with an open and leafy outlook. The kitchen has underfloor heating, a Rangemaster cooker with exposed brick feature surround, space for fridge freezer, integrated dishwasher and washing machine, soft close units, granite work surfaces complimented by cream Shaker units and a ceramic Butlers sink. Off the kitchen is a basement room (currently presented as a bedroom) with central heating and could be presented as a second reception room or study. The dining area off the kitchen has bi-folding doors that lead out to the garden patio. Upstairs there are two bedrooms, the master bedroom taking advantage of wonderful distant views and a feature fireplace. The second bedroom is of good size with a fireplace, sash window and view to the garden. The bathroom has a roll top and claw foot bath, and a separate shower.
Occupying a very convenient position in the centre of town, only moments (0.3 of a mile) from the High Street and just over half a mile to the station (Waterloo 46 minutes). Godalming is a thriving town with a pretty High Street and a wide range of interesting shops, as well as Waitrose and Sainsbury's supermarkets, and abundant cafes, pubs and restaurants. There is access onto the A3 at Milford, linking London and the coast. There is an excellent range of highly regarded state and independent schools within 2 miles of the house, for all age groups, from nurseries to 6th form college. Golf can be enjoyed at west Surrey, Hurtmore and Milford, and there are plenty of fitness centres, sports and leisure clubs. The immediate surrounding area boasts miles of open countryside, woodland and riverside walks.
There is a patio immediately off the back of the property accessed via bi-folding doors from the dining room. There is an outside water and power supply, and space for a bistro set. Steps lead up past a wildflower garden to a series of terraces, garden shed, and an area of lawn as well as raised garden beds. At the very top is a sun deck and entertaining area enjoying spectacular views across the town and to the hogs back and hills beyond. The garden backs on to the woods of Busbridge Recreation Ground providing a leafy calm setting.
All mains services. Gas fired central heating.
There is a right of way across the neighbouring property for garden refuse etc.
Waverley Borough Council 01483 523333. Tax Band D.
two reception rooms