A spacious and immaculately presented modern family home, situated in a quiet cul-de-sac in the centre of the village, within a short walk of the local shops and school. The accommodation is spacious and versatile; with four good sized bedrooms, two bath/shower rooms, a kitchen/dining room and separate sitting room. There is a south facing courtyard garden and the Downs Link is only a stone’s throw away; ideal for bikes and walking, with the River Wey and towpaths into Guildford in one direction and Cranleigh in the other. EPC Band C
The property is situated in a secluded position at the end of the cul-de-sac. There is parking to the front of the property and a paved pathway leads to the entrance porch; inside is a tiled floor, four shoe lockers and a fuse cupboard. The front door opens into an entrance hall with an oak floor, an understairs storage cupboard and a cloakroom which is fully tiled and fitted with Duravit sanitary ware. The kitchen/dining room has a tiled floor and provides comfortable space for a table and chairs. It is fitted with a stylish range of modern white gloss units with wood block tops and glass splashbacks. It provides a range of clever storage solutions including a tall slide out larder cupboard, fold out corner storage cupboard and overhead locker cupboards. It is also equipped with a Bosch oven, induction hob and extractor hood; a Panasonic combination oven and there is space and plumbing for a dishwasher, washing machine and dryer. The sitting room is to the rear of the property and also has an oak floor, with a decorative fireplace at its centre and a door leading out to the garden.
The stairs lead to the first floor, which has three bedrooms and a family bathroom. Bedrooms 2 & 3 are good sized double rooms, both with built in wardrobes. Bedroom 3 is a well-proportioned single and there are a combination of wood and laminate floors, and blinds at the windows. The family bathroom is stylishly finished with Duravit sanitary ware and Hansgrohe fittings; it is fully tiled and has a bath with shower attachment, a basin and wc. The stairs continue to the 2nd floor and into Bedroom 1, which is a light, spacious room with 4 roof light windows and a range of built in cupboards. The ensuite is fully tiled and is fitted with another stylish Duravit suite with Hansgrohe fittings.
The rear garden is south facing and is block paved for easy maintenance, with brick retaining walls. There is plenty of room for a trampoline, or play equipment and garden furniture. There is also a brick built storage shed and a gate leading to the side access, ideal for bikes etc.
Location and Amenities
The property is located in the centre of the village and within a two minute walk of the shops. Bramley offers a variety of shops including a useful convenience store and post office, a butcher, a chemist and pharmacy, a hairdresser and electrical shop. There is also a public library, a local primary school and a great choice of places to eat; with two pubs, a café and choice of restaurants offering Chinese, or Indian food, or even traditional Fish & Chips.
The County Town of Guildford is 3 miles to the north and provides a fast train service into Waterloo, as well as access to the A3 for the M25 and central London. The cobbled High Street and the various shopping Arcades provide a choice and variety of shops and brands to rival any of London’s shopping streets. The Spectrum centre provides leisure pools, ice skating, bowling, gyms and an athletics track. There is an excellent choice of schooling in both the private and the state sectors.
There are other villages to the south of Guildford including Bramley, which provide a wide range of social, sporting and recreational clubs and facilities. The Surrey Hills is right on the doorstep and provides public access to some of the best countryside in the south of England, with miles and miles of woodland and heathland that are ideal for walking, cycling and horse riding.
The Downs Link runs directly adjacent to the property and mostly follows the route of two former railway lines. It extends 37 miles between Bramley and Shoreham-By-Sea and was established in 1984 to link the North Downs Way and South Downs Way National Trails. As a bridleway it is available to walkers, horse riders and cyclists.