A three bedroom chalet bungalow with development potential

23 Trodds Lane offers accommodation arranged over two floors and provides an ideal opportunity for the prospective purchaser to reconfigure and modernise the existing property and the sizeable site to create a modern family home. The ground floor accommodation in its current configuration briefly comprises a generous front aspect reception room with bay window and fireplace, a dual aspect kitchen with wall and floor units and access to a side porch, a neighbouring rear aspect breakfast/dining room with access to a triple aspect glazed conservatory with patio doors to the rear garden. The ground floor accommodation is completed by two well-proportioned bedrooms, both with original fireplaces and built-in storage, together with a family bathroom. The property’s spacious remaining bedroom can be found on the first floor, together with a second family bathroom.

Trodds Lane enjoys a peaceful location close to the historic town centre of Guildford and its mainline station. An extensive range of recreational and cultural amenities are on offer in the town and include the Odeon cinema complex, Yvonne Arnaud, Electric and G Live Theatres. Guildford provides an extensive range of shops, coffee shops and restaurants, from high street stores to bespoke retailers. Merrow and Pewley Down sit to the east and provide further picturesque countryside. The surrounding Surrey Hills (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) is ideal for walking, cycling and riding. Leisure amenities include the Surrey Sports Park, Spectrum Sports Centre, a wide range of local golf and tennis clubs, including the nearby Pit Farm Tennis Club, The Guildford Golf Course to be found on the nearby Merrow Downs and The Clandon Centre which adjoins The Merrow Cricket Ground. The Guildford area is renowned for its excellent range of both state and independent schools and include Burpham Primary School, Royal Grammar School, Guildford High School, Tormead School and Lanesborough School. The property has excellent transport links, with easy access to rail services into central London and the A3, A25 and M25 providing links across the south east and the national motorway network, and to the major international airports at Gatwick and Heathrow.

Outside

The property is approached over a block-paved driveway leading to the garage and offering private parking for multiple vehicles, bordered by a lawned area surrounded by mature shrubs and trees. The property’s generous rear garden is laid mainly to level lawn surrounded by mature shrubs and trees with a detached garden room store and workshop building and a generous block-paved terrace, ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining.

Situation

Trodds Lane enjoys a peaceful location close to the historic town centre of Guildford and its mainline station. An extensive range of recreational and cultural amenities are on offer in the town and include the Odeon cinema complex, Yvonne Arnaud, Electric and G Live Theatres. Guildford provides an extensive range of shops, coffee shops and restaurants, from high street stores to bespoke retailers. Merrow and Pewley Down sit to the east and provide further picturesque countryside. The surrounding Surrey Hills (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) is ideal for walking, cycling and riding. Leisure amenities include the Surrey Sports Park, Spectrum Sports Centre, a wide range of local golf and tennis clubs, including the nearby Pit Farm Tennis Club, The Guildford Golf Course to be found on the nearby Merrow Downs and The Clandon Centre which adjoins The Merrow Cricket Ground. The Guildford area is renowned for its excellent range of both state and independent schools and include Burpham Primary School, Royal Grammar School, Guildford High School, Tormead School and Lanesborough School. The property has excellent transport links, with easy access to rail services into central London and the A3, A25 and M25 providing links across the south east and the national motorway network, and to the major international airports at Gatwick and Heathrow.

Directions

From Strutt & Parker’s Guildford office, head north-east on High Street (A3100) towards Eastgate Gardens. After 0.1 mile at the roundabout, take the second exit onto Epsom Road (A246). Continue on this road for 1.9 miles then at the roundabout take the 3rd exit to stay on Epsom Road. After 0.1 mile Epsom Road turn left and becomes Trodds Lane; after 0.4 mile the property can be found on the lefthand side.

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Other features

  • Storm porch
  • Entrance hall
  • Reception room
  • Breakfast/Dining room
  • Conservatory
  • Kitchen
  • Side porch
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Family bathrooms
  • Garage
  • Garden room/store and workshop
  • Garden, in all about 0.236 acre

Other details

  • Floorplan
  • Map & Street View
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Ref: GFD190113

Trodds Lane Guildford Surrey GU1

Guide Price
£695,000

Ref: GFD190113

Trodds Lane Guildford Surrey GU1

Guide Price
£695,000