2 bedroom semi-detached house for saleMill Lane, Godalming, Surrey, GU7
Sold STC £335,000
- 2 bedrooms
- bathroom with wc
- sitting room
- entrance hall
- gas fired central heating
- tiny garden adjoining the mill stream
A charming listed grade 11 , semi-detached stone built cottage with a clay tiled roof, believed to date from 17th century, set in a cluster of period houses, adjoining the river Ock. Whilst the property has been modernised, there is scope for further improvement and it is likely that the property will appeal to someone wanting very quick access to the mainline station and also to the High Street.
The property enjoys a most attractive position in this quiet backwater of the town, literally a few minutes walk from the High Street, with its fine range of local businesses and the mainline station, which provides a 47 minute fast train service to Waterloo. The County Town of Guildford is within 4.5 miles, with the university and cathedral. The A3 is within 2 miles with access at Hurtmore and Milford. Gatwick, Heathrow and the South Coast are all within easy reach, as is the M25, just beyond Wisley.
A small patio garden adjoining the stream.
Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage. Gas fired central heating.
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