This charming detached character cottage is located in a popular and surprisingly commutable semi rural village on the fringes of Guildford town centre and the Surrey Hills. Dating we understand from the early 1800's, this pretty home has plenty of character and appeal including Georgian paned windows, log burning stoves and exposed timbers. The property is presented in good condition with scope for modernisation and extension subject to the usual consents. The living space currently comprises three bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor. On the ground floor there is a particularly generous reception hall, a sitting room opening to the dining room, a kitchen and a conservatory.
Perfectly located in the highly desirable village of West Clandon, close to the recreation ground, playground and the highly regarded Onslow Arms public house (0.3 mile / 500m). West Clandon train station is conveniently located within 0.2 mile (300m) and offers a service to London Waterloo taking about 50 minutes. Local shops are available at Burnt Common, Ripley and Merrow whilst Guildford & Woking, about 4 miles (6.5km) and just over 5 miles (8km) respectively have a wide range of shopping, social, educational and recreational amenities and mainline stations. From West Clandon the A3 can be reached at Ripley for access to London and the South coast and via the M25 to Heathrow and Gatwick Airports.
To the front of the property is a gravel parking area from where you approach the house via a beautifully planted front garden. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with mature trees and shrubs adding details to the space. The garden is wonderfully private with a westerly orientation which is ideal for evening entertaining and alfresco dining. There is a patio area directly to the rear of the home and a detached garage / workshop which can be accessed from Dedswell Drive.
Guildford Borough Council, tax band F. All mains services connected.
2 Further Reception Rooms
West Facing Garden