Savills | Wodeland Avenue, Guildford, Surrey, GU2 4JZ | Property for sale
166.20 sq m(1,789 sq ft)
Guide price £1,100,000

Wodeland AvenueGuildford, Surrey, GU2 4JZ

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in July 2021
  • Contemporary kitchen/dining room with bi fold doors
  • Finished to a high specification
  • Immaculately presented interiors
  • Generous private rear garden

Beautifully presented and elegant Edwardian semi detached house.

About this property

  • 46 Wodeland Avenue is an attractive Edwardian home which has been refurbished to an extremely high standard, offering contemporary living with practical accommodation laid over four floors.

    Upon entering the property, the spacious and light hallway leads to a well portioned reception room with bay window, wooden flooring and open fireplace.

    To the rear is the beautifully appointed high specification kitchen with central island, range cooker and built-in appliances. There is ample space for dining and bi-fold doors open on to the raised terrace with outdoor wall heater and views across the garden.
    The lower ground floor has been converted and is presented as a versatile family room with access outside, along with a utility room and cloakroom.

    Two double bedrooms, a single bedroom and a family bathroom can be found on the first floor. On the second floor is the impressive principal bedroom with en suite shower room, floor to ceiling windows, built-in wardrobes and ample storage.

    Outside, the gardens provide an easy to maintain space to enjoy in the summer months. An area of level lawn leads to a pleasant decked seating area with outdoor lighting.

    This a family home that will appeal to those who undoubtedly appreciate such a convenient location.

    Residents parking permits are available.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

I love the proximity to both the Downs and Guildford train station.

Ed TigheProperty agent

Local information

  • The house is ideally located in a residential road only a short distance to the excellent selection of local amenities and communications. Guildford offers a very good range of High Street shopping, restaurants, banking and the usual city centre services, including two theatres, multiplex cinema and the G-Live entertainment venue.
  • The mainline station (0.4 mile) provides a fast and frequent service between Portsmouth and London, with journey times to Waterloo from around 36 minutes. In addition, London Road station offers a service to London in about one hour.
  • Road communications are also good, with the A3 providing a direct link to London and the south coast, as well as connecting with the M25 at J10 for the airports.
  • The area is particularly well served with a wide choice of schools, including the nearby Guildford County School, Boxgrove and Holy Trinity Primaries, St Peter's, George Abbot, Lanesborough, Tormead, Royal Grammar School and Guildford High School.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = D