Queensway, Cranleigh
£299,500 - Freehold


A two bedroom mid-terrace property, with sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room and gardens front and rear. Situated in a convenient location within a short walk of the High Street and local schools.

The Property

Approached through a picket gate, the front garden is enclosed with lawns either side and a pathway leading to the front door.

The front door opens into an entrance hallway which has wood laminate flooring running through to kitchen/breakfast room at the rear which has a tiled floor and doors leading to the garden. It is fitted with a range of built-in cupboards, a range cooker and space for freestanding appliances. There is also ample space for a table and chairs. To the front of the property the sitting room has a stripped wood floor and a central fireplace with stone hearth and wood burner.

Stairs lead from the entrance hallway to a landing with airing cupboard and loft access. Bedroom one is to the front of the property and is a large double with a built-in cupboard. Bedroom two would also comfortably accommodate a double bed and has a built-in cupboard and an outlook over the rear garden. The bathroom is fitted with a white suite of bath, with a Mira shower over it, basin and wc.

There is side access and a gate leading to the rear garden. A paved terrace adjoins the rear of the house and there are a couple of raised planters constructed from railway sleepers. The remainder of the garden is lawn with a pathway leading up one side to a brick shed and a timber garden shed.

Location & Amenities

Cranleigh lies in the Weald on the main route from Guildford to Horsham and is said to be the largest village in the country. It also sits at the foot of the Surrey Hills, which provides some 3,000 acres of woodland and heathland that is held in trust and open to the public. It is therefore a haven for walkers, horse riders and cyclists.

Stockland Square, in the centre of the village, was built on the site of the former station and the High Street boasts two independent department stores, M&S Food and a selection of restaurants and cafes. The Health Centre, Leisure Centre and Arts Centre are situated at the southern end of the High Street.

Cranleigh Common is famous for its cricket green, which claims to be the finest in England after the Oval. Local primary schools and a secondary school are all within walking distance of the property.

The County town of Guildford is 10 miles away and provides a mainline train station with a fast service to Waterloo. The A3 also provides quick access by car to the M25 and central London. Guildford provides a diverse range of social and recreational facilities: including theatre and cinema.