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This handsome semi detached period home is located centrally in the well regarded Surrey Hills village of Chilworth. The property has been modernised and extended by the current owners to offer bright open space and a perfect mix of character charm and modern convenience. The home has a wealth of features including bifolding doors to the garden, wood burning stove in the living room, vaulted ceiling in the beautifully fitted kitchen and wiring through certain rooms for surround sound and CCTV. The accommodation is set over three floors and offers three bedrooms, family bathroom, study area from the hallway and a play area/ store on the upper floor. The ground floor has a living room, open plan dining room onto the fitted kitchen, breakfast area with direct access to the garden and patio area, utility room and W.C..
Occupying a wonderfully central position in the well regarded village of Chilworth. Chilworth is a thriving community, lying between Albury and Shalford. There is a parish church, village hall, infant school, junior school, well regarded pub and a convenience shop with Post Office for daily needs. There are village shops at Albury, Shere and Shalford, whilst the historic town of Guildford offers a full range of shopping and entertainment facilities. Chilworth has its own station on the Redhill - Reading line providing a link to Guildford, Dorking and Gatwick. Guildford provides a fast frequent rail service to Waterloo (34 minutes). Road connections are good via the A281 south from Guildford to Horsham and the A3, at Burpham or Ripley, providing the route to London and connection with the M25 at Wisley for the airports and the national motorway network. This home is surrounded by the Surrey Hills, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is within an Area of Great Landscape Value.
To the front of this handsome home is a beautifully brick paved driveway which provides parking for two cars and adds to the character of the home. There is access to the rear garden to the side of the house and also from bifolding doors that lead from the kitchen breakfast room. Directly to the rear of the home is a patio area which provides a wonderful space for entertaining and alfresco dining. The garden beyond is mainly laid to lawn with planted raised beds and mature shrubs adding detail to the space.
Guildford Borough Council Tel: 01483 502222 Tax band D. All mains services are connected.
Superfast Broadband is available in the area.
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