A substantial two double bedroom ground floor apartment in a fabulous Victorian building. With high ceilings and twin bay windows, this light and bright apartment also boasts a private garden, attached garage and a three-room storage cellar.
Upper Edgeborough Road is a popular tree-lined residential road in central Guildford, close to the Merrow Downs and yet within walking distance of the High Street, London Road train station and a variety of shops and restaurants.
Clevehurst is a substantial double fronted Victorian Villa that has been converted into apartments. No.8 occupies the principle ground floor rooms with high ceilings and many original features. The original main entrance door with ornate stained-glass windows opens to a spacious and welcoming entrance hallway with space to create a study area.
The Drawing room is a deep, broad room with dual aspect windows. A central fireplace with an arched gas coal effect fire and marble surround provides a wonderful centrepiece for the room. To one end is a wall of bespoke cabinetry that houses shelving, display cabinets and a concealed film projector. A concealed 6ft projector screen is housed at the opposite end of the room creating a fabulous entertainment area.
The kitchen/breakfast room is flooded by light from the large full height bay window with plantation shutters. An array of bespoke cabinets and a discreet larder cupboard offer ample kitchen storage and are all fitted in a classic shaker style. Stripped wood floors and high ceilings all add to the character and effect of this superb room.
The large Master bedroom also boasts a floor to ceiling bay with sash windows. This opulent room has plenty of space for wardrobes and other furniture.
A second double bedroom and family bathroom all complements this wonderful apartment.
There is access from the Drawing room to a private garden with raised decking area for outside dining.
Private parking and an attached garage add further appeal to this town centre apartment.
No. 8 Clevehurst is in the heart of the conservation area, approximately 850 yards from the High Street, and is close to top independent and state schools should this be required.
Guildford, with its famous cobbled High Street, has excellent shopping, restaurants and recreational amenities including the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Odeon Cinema, Surrey Sports Park, Spectrum Leisure Complex as well as many excellent golf courses including Clandon and Bramley.
Despite being a bustling town, Guildford is surrounded by miles of walking and riding countryside with many footpaths and bridleways close by.
For the commuter by rail, Guildford mainline station has a fast service to London Waterloo whilst the A3 provides excellent road links to the M25 putting the south coast, Heathrow and Gatwick International airports and central London within easy reach.
London Road Station - 0.5 miles, Guildford Mainline Station 0.9 miles
Waitrose - 0.5 miles, Stoke Park 0.7 miles
Central London - 32 miles, Heathrow 22 miles, Gatwick 35 miles
Mains water, gas, electricity and drainage.
Fixtures and Fittings
Carpets, curtains, light fittings and garden statutory are excluded from the sale, but some items may be made available by separate negotiation.
Guildford Borough Council - telephone 01483 505 050