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A four bedroom detached family home in a popular, tree lined residential road within easy reach of Bramley village centre and a range of good local schools. Sitting in level south west facing gardens of just over a quarter of an acre the property has been rented for a number of years and is now offered for sale with no onward chain. Currently configured as a four bedroom and three reception room home it would benefit from a overall programme of modernisation and offers plenty of potential to enlarge and reconfigure. There is parquet flooring throughout much of the ground floor, pleasant views onto the rear garden from the kitchen and a large utility or laundry room with side access.
Situated close to the heart of Bramley village and within 0.5 mile of the shops, the property is located in a prime residential no through road on the eastern edge of the village centre and adjoining protected countryside and the Surrey Hills AONB. The village has a range of shops and restaurants including a general store, newsagent and post office, library, chemist, garage, tea rooms, barber, restaurant and several pubs. St. Catherine’s School, a highly regarded private school for girls is right in the village and there are many other private and state schools in the area. Guildford is under 4 miles to the North and offers an excellent range of shopping, social, educational and recreational facilities and a main line station to Waterloo with frequent services taking about 38 minutes. The A3 gives access to London and the M25 for Heathrow and Gatwick Airports.
The property sits in south west facing gardens that extend in all to 0.27 acre. Mature, level, largely laid to lawn but flanked by large shrub and tree borders, the garden enjoys a good degree of privacy and seclusion. To the front there is a shared driveway with next door which divides into private parking areas and a deep, well screened front garden. Principally the gardens lie to the rear and extend to approximately 150ft (50m), backing directly onto the Downs Link, a 37 miles (59 km) footpath and bridleway linking the North Downs Way at St. Martha's Hill in Surrey with the South Downs Way near Steyning in West Sussex and on via the Coastal Link to Shoreham-by-Sea.
Waverley Borough Council, tax band G. Main gas, water and electricity.
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