This property has now been taken off the market (as of 16 November 2020).
2 Bed Terraced House, The Street, GU4
This is a charming Grade 2 listed period cottage located in a popular village with a post office, pharmacy, convenience stores, two pubs, a cafe and Thai restaurant, leisure facilities and good access to public transport. The area is ideal for walking with nature trails to the Chantries and Pilgrims way and River Wey navigation. It is only a mile from Guildford Town centre (a 10-15 minute walk) with its wide range of shopping, numerous restaurants plus main line railway station offering a forty minute train journey to London Waterloo.
The property dates from the early 16th Century and retains many original features. It has 2 double bedrooms, a large sitting room with feature inglenook fireplace, separate oak panelled dining room, fitted kitchen and family bathroom. Broadband access is available to the property by arrangement with an appropriate provider.
The cottage would be suitable for a family with one child or a couple and third adult to share. Pets are not normally permitted but may be considered subject to cetain conditions.
The kitchen is double aspect with oak mullioned leaded windows to the rear and side. It is fitted with arange of shaker style base and eye level cupboards with recessed work toplighting and laminated work surfaces incorporating steel single bowl and drainer sink with mixer tap. There is a built under electric oven and ceramic hob, integrated dishwasher, washer dryer and upright fridge freezer. There is a pantry, understairs storage cupboard with coat hanging space and a deep storage area below.
The part oak panelled dining room (or second sitting room/ study) is double aspect with a pleasant wide natural brick inglenook fireplace incorporating a brick beehive hood with supporting beam and display shelf above. It has low oak celing beams lead lattice and square pained windows.
Linking the dining room and the sitting room is a small hallway with oak front door and wall panelling.
An eye catching sitting room, the focal point of which is a wide exposed brick inglenook open fireplace with two hearth seats, steel register plates and hood above with a heavy supporting timber mantle. Throughout the room there are exposed original wall beams and ceiling timbers, shelved recessed display alcove with cupboards beneath, additional built-in bookshelves, television aerial point, planked oak door with wrought iron latch and studwork, leaded lattice windows to the front and the back.
The first bedroom is a double aspect room with lattice leaded light windows, exposed timbers to the walls. There is a deep single wardrobe cupboard and shelved airing cupboard area,timber brace panelled door with original hinges and wrought iron fittings.
The second larger bedroom has a high vaulted ceiling and with the exposed blakened timbers of the original hall house providing an unusually good opportunity to see the original timbered construction of the period. Brace panelled door with original hinges and wrought iron fittings,high level cupboard housing the hot water immersian cylinder.
The bathroom is fitted with a white suite containing a 1.5m left hand shower bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low level wc. There is a towel radiator, a Mira pumped adjustable electrical shower head with perspecs shower screen. It encloses rail lead lattice windows giving views of the Mill and woodland beyond. Timber braced panelled door withoriginal hinges and wrought iron fittings.
There is a paved patio area to the rear of the cottage with views over the courtyard to Shalford Mill and beyond to The Chantries Hills and woods.
There is a shingle covered parking area providing space for two vehicles located about 20 metres from the cottage down an unadopted lane.Application process
References will be required and a five week security deposit.
Price & Bills
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