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Located close to the resplendent Godalming High Street, this home also benefits from local transport links to London via the local train station, as well as having ample parking for multiple cars to make use of the road connections between Guildford, Portsmouth and London.
The property originates from the early 1800's (exact date unknown), having a squared stone with red brick dressings and a hipped, plain tile roof that has heaped chimney stacks to the rear. Other features include external brick quoins, door and window surrounds and dentilled eaves corniced. The doorway is a six-paneled door in wooden architrave with panelled pilasters rising and slightly-projecting. The windows use traditional sash windows with glazing bars in flush wood architraves having projected sills and flat brick arches.
Externally the property offers a well preserved rear garden with a boundary wall which has the original brick ornate white fence marking the boundary, complimented with internal shrubbery at the front and surrounding edge. An external garage with space for two cars as well as a large driveway provides ample parking spaces connecting on to Brighton Road.
Internally the property would be in need of extensive works to convert the previous office rooms and kitchens into an appropriate standard for residential use, however the property has remained water-tight and preserved from the external elements, as well as being structurally sound and well cared for by the previous commercial tenants.
Offers are welcomed in the region of £975,000 with viewings available upon request with Kings Estates as the sole agent.
Off-road parking available at the property.