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With plenty of character, yet modernised and finished to a high standard, this Victorian town house provides flexible accommodation primarily over two floors, and also includes a home office or third reception room in the basement.
From the entrance hall are two reception rooms, the living room has an open fireplace and lovely sash windows with venetian style shutters.
The dining room with original painted floor boards leads to the kitchen, utility space and a downstairs bathroom. A stable door provides access to the south facing garden.
The kitchen has been refurbished and is complemented by quartz worktops and splash backs as well as an integrated fridge freezer and dishwasher, wine rack and pan draws.
Upstairs, and of particular note is the family bathroom which is a luxurious space including a free-standing roll top bath and separate walk-in shower. There are two double bedrooms off the landing with the master bedroom enjoying a make-up/dressing area, as well as large sash window and feature fireplace.
At basement level and with its own separate access from the street is the home office or study. This room has power, light, and under floor heating. There is also a mezzanine ladder providing access to the main house through a hatch.
Occupying a very convenient position in the centre of town, only metres (300 meters) from the High Street and 0.45miles to the mainline 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.
In accordance with the Estate Agents Act 1979, we must inform you that a member of staff from Hamptons (or another Group company) has an interest in this property.
The front door is approached via a pretty front garden with box hedging and a flowering cherry. There is also separate access to the home office. With security lighting at both doors.
In the rear garden there is an outside power and water supply. The easy to maintain south facing garden has a small area of lawn, a decked area for table and chairs and includes plants such as Wisteria, Passionflower, Fig and Apple Trees and a mature flowering Cherry Tree.
All Mains Services. Council tax band D. Residents permit for parking is £50 and £75 for the second.
Waverley Borough Council.
In accordance with the EA Code of Conduct, we inform you that a member of staff from Hamptons (or another Group company) has an interest in this property.
living room with open fireplace
first floor bath and shower room
downstairs utility and bathroom
two double bedrooms
home office/ study
south facing garden
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