All measurements are approximate
Living Room: 13’5″ x 11’7″ (4.10m x 3.52m) with large bay window.
Kitchen/Breakfast: 13’7″ x 9’5″ (4.13m x 2.87m) fitted with modern units, electric oven, ceramic hob, extractor fan and fridge/freezer.
Cloak Room: Hand basin and WC.
Bathroom: bath with mixer tap, thermostatic shower, wash basin, heated towel rail and WC.
Stairs leading to the first floor
Bedroom 1: 13’5″ x 10’2″ (4.10 x 3.10m) with large built-in wardrobes.
Bedroom 2: 13’7” x 9’6″ (3.14m x 2.90m) with restricted height.
Bedroom 3: 13’6” x 8′ (4.12m x 2.43m)
Heating: Gas central heating throughout.
Garden: Mainly laid to lawn with a garden shed.
Council tax band: D
For many visitors approaching Guildford, the county town of Surrey, their first view is of the 20th-century red-brick cathedral and its golden angel weather-vane, perched high on Stag Hill where it overlooks the town and the university campus, dominating the surrounding landscape.
The town itself is situated on the banks of the River Wey, occupying a natural gap in the North Downs that provides excellent road and rail connections to the South East of England. Although now used mainly for pleasure, the Wey Navigation and links to the Basingstoke Canal once afforded Guildford easy access to England’s extensive canal network, providing routes to London and further afield. Although the wharfs and warehouses no longer operate, parts of the waterfront have been preserved, offering a glimpse into the town’s not-so-distant past.