Warwicks Bench, Guildford

Warwicks Bench, Guildford


£565,000 | PRICE GUIDE | LEASEHOLD (With Share of FREEHOLD) | An attractive and versatile 3 bedroom character apartment enjoying superb far reaching views across the river Wey to the Surrey Hills, set in a highly sought after and convenient area, within walking distance of Guildford town and its comprehensive facilities. EPC energy rating ‘D’ – Enviromental Impact rating ‘D’

A first floor apartment, benefitting from a share of freehold, set within this elegant Edwardian converted property and comprising three good size bedrooms, a main family bathroom, stylish kitchen and large living room. There is a feeling of space which is afforded by the high ceilings and large window areas, with all the principle rooms enjoying superb panoramic views over the Surrey Hills. The property further benefits from a private garden, a garage plus parking, and a large balcony to sit and enjoy the views from, which can be accessed from the living room and main bedroom.

NB There is the potential to create an en-suite facility, should there be a desire to have one, by converting the smallest bedroom.

GARDEN AND GROUNDS The property benefits from a separate private garden to the front of the property which is mainly laid to lawn. All communal areas are regularly maintained and are in good condition.

Key Features

  • First floor Balcony Apartment
  • Versatile airy accommodation
  • Stunning views to all principle rooms
  • Large living room with access to Balcony
  • Well fitted kitchen
  • Master bedroom with access to Balcony
  • Two further bedrooms
  • Garage and Private parking space
  • Private garden
  • Prestigious Area of Guildford

Lease: 999 years from1993 (Share of Freehold)        Charges (Agreed by residents) : £150 pcm              EPC rating ‘D’

SITUATION The apartment is within easy reach of Guildford High Street, oozing age and character enhanced by the granite setts, offering a comprehensive range of shopping facilities, bars and restaurants. Besides this there is a fantastic range of local amenities, such as The Friary Shopping Centre and Tunsgate Square with many superb restaurants, coffee shops and bars, whilst for arts and culture there is a superb array of venues such as The Electric Theatre, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford House Gallery, Guildford Museum, Guildford castle, and GLive. There are many gyms and leisure centres including the Spectrum by Stoke Park, a library, a multi-screen cinema, and the town is well appreciated for its numerous schools in both the private and state sectors. Accessibility to London is also made easy with two mainline railway stations providing a fast and frequent service, within walking distance. There is easy access to the A3 and M25 with Heathrow and Gatwick International airports both being within a 45 minute drive.

Approximate travelling distances: Guildford High Street half a mile. Central London 32 miles, Guildford Main Line Station 1 Mile (from 34 minutes to London Waterloo), A3 2 miles, M25 (Junction 10) 10 miles, Heathrow 28 miles. Gatwick 25 miles.

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