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An extended and well-proportioned three-bedroom link detached property in a peaceful cul de sac close to the amenities of this popular village, with bright interiors throughout and a gorgeous rear garden backing onto a small stream. Large windows and two conservatories provide excellent natural light to the split-level ground floor, where there is an open-plan kitchen/dining room, a good size living room with fireplace and views over the garden and a useful cloakroom off the hallway. The kitchen is fitted with plenty of cupboard space with room for a table in the adjacent dining area. On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Situated on the fringes of Bramley village and within half a mile of the shops, the property is located on a peaceful residential cul de sac on the eastern edge of the village centre. Bramley has a range of shops and restaurants including a general store, newsagent and Post Office, library, chemist, garage, tea rooms, barber, restaurant and several pubs.
St. Catherine’s School, a highly regarded private school for girls is right in the centre of the village and there are many other private and state schools in the area. Guildford is under four miles to the north and offers an excellent range of shopping, social, educational and recreational facilities and a main line station to Waterloo with frequent services taking about 38 minutes. The A3 gives access to London and the M25 for Heathrow and Gatwick Airports.
The front garden is partly laid to lawn with some attractive planting, with the house set back from the driveway where there is space for two cars in front of a double garage. The rear garden is a delight leading down to an area of ancient, protected woodland which offers a good degree of privacy, with a stream of the River Wey providing the boundary. There is a paved terrace across the back of the house for alfresco dining and an area of astroturf lawn surrounded by mature planting.
Services: All mains services connected. Waverley Borough Council, Council tax: Band F
Driveway Parking. 1614 sq ft.
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