Wood Street Village, Guildford, Surrey, GU3

£850,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: WOR01553
  • Availability: Under Offer
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 3
  • Parking: Single Garage
  • Council Tax Band: F
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Summary

**UNEXPECTEDLY RE-AVAILABLE**
Seymours are pleased to introduce you to this south facing, extended, 1930's four bedroom detached house with further potential to extend, two garages and a large front & rear garden. Siting on a generous plot just past Wood Street Village Green and backing onto a field - The location and the potential are key selling points.

This premium and popular village is just West of Guildford offers character, a excellent village pub (within 200 meters of the house), a village green which plays hosts to events throughout the year, a village shop, nursery, 'outstanding' infant school, cricket club and much more. Wood Street Village is surrounded by fields and offers many walks across the Surrey Countryside.

A mature boarder screens the house from the road however once on the driveway you'll begin to see the generous proportions, starting with a large front garden. The front garden is currently lawned and has a gravel driveway, leading up to the two garages, that would comfortably accommodate 4 cars.

Through the front door, the ground floor offers plenty of space for a family with front to back living room/family room (this was formerly two rooms), the kitchen opens onto the utility room and downstairs WC. At the back of the house you'll find the double aspect dining room with views over the large garden. Being a 1930's property the rooms are of a good size and the house offers the usual character throughout (such as tall ceilings and bay windows). Upstairs offers four bedrooms, three of which are clear doubles and the modern family bathroom. Bedroom 1 which is over the integrated garage has a large window at the front and two Velux windows at the rear. Above the first floor sits a generous loft.

The rear garden is approximately 100ft long, faces due south and particularly broad. The rear boundary has been left as a wired fence in order to maximise views over the field behind. This field is the shortcut to the pub!

Finally it is worth nothing both house either side have been heavily extended and offer hints as to what could be done here.

A viewing is highly recommended in order to appreciate the plot, house and it's potential.