A charming example of a Victorian era home, situated to the western end of Carlos Street, an attractive road within easy reach of Godalming’s shops and restaurants. The semi-detached home forms part of a delightful row of similar properties, all offering period charm and excellent kerb appeal.
The property is believed to have been built around 1900 and has over the years been the subject of considerable improvement and is very well presented internally with neutral décor and a variety of character features including original fireplaces. The property provides well-planned accommodation over three floors, of particular note is the sitting room, with its wood-burning stove and wonderful bay window looking out to the pretty cottage style front garden. The layout offers a high degree of flexibility and the rooms on the middle floor could be used as reception space, or bedrooms as required.
On the lower ground floor there is a fitted kitchen with ample storage and doors out to the garden, a separate dining room, and cloakroom/W.C.
Completing the accommodation on the top floor are two double bedrooms and a modern family bathroom and there are views across the town from this floor.
Occupying a very convenient position in the centre of town, only metres (300 metres) 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, Bramley 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.
Approaching the front door via a path, you are welcomed by a pretty front garden, with planted borders and stunning Acer tree.
The rear garden is designed in a low-maintenance courtyard style with paved patio with space for pots, a separate enclosed area of decking is perfect for entertaining, and is close to the kitchen. There is also a garden shed. To the rear of the property is a gravel parking area accessed from Croft Road suitable for two cars.
Services: All main services connected
Local authority: Waverley Borough Council
Council tax: Band D
total of 1272 sq ft / 118.2 sqm