Front Elevation
Guide price £725,000

MountsideGuildford, Surrey, GU2 4JE


    Key features

    • Superb views over Guildford
    • Garage and off street parking
    • Set in a highly regarded road
    • Very useful outbuilding
    • 0.4 miles from Guildford mainline station
    • 0.3 miles from Guildford High Street

    Three Bedroom house with far reaching views

    About this property

    • On the market for the first time in twelve years, is this fantastic semi-detached three bedroom house, set in a highly regarded road in central Guildford with stunning views towards London. Located a short distance from both Guildford mainline station and High Street, 24 Mountside offers practicality and character in equal measure. The property is set over two floors and consists of a well proportioned reception room measuring at 16'1 x 13' with direct access to the garden via double doors. The reception room leads to a small study. There is a well-appointed kitchen which leads directly into a bright conservatory, it too has direct access to the garden. There is also a cloak room on the ground floor. The first floor consists of a feature gallery landing, three bedrooms, two of which are doubles and contain fitted storage. The master bedroom has direct access to the family bathroom via a ‘Jack & Jill' door. The rear garden is made up mainly by a patio and decking and surrounded by mature shrubs. It also consists of a fantastic outbuilding currently utilised as a gym, with storage to the rear. There is also a garden shed. The property benefits from a garage and additional parking space. An internal viewing is highly recommended.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Stunning views across Guildford from an elevated position.

    James BoydenProperty agent

    Local information

    • Mountside is a well know residential street in the heart of Guildford. Within 1000m of the High Street and both of Guildford's stations. Guildford has a frequent service to London Waterloo, with journey times from about 35 minutes. The A3 provides a direct route to London and the south coast, linking at Wisley with the M25 for the airports and the national motorway network. There is a good selection of schools in the area, including County School, St. Nicholas, Holy Trinity, The Royal Grammar School, Guildford High School, Tormead and Lanesborough. Guildford High Street is known for its pretty traditional feel with views towards the surrounding hills. There are a number of independent shops and restaurants with a House of Fraser, Waitrose and a Marks and Spencer department store.
    • Recreational opportunities include theatres, a multiplex cinema and the G Live entertainment venue. Guildford lies on the northern edge of the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, offering miles of walking, cycling and riding country. (All mileages and journey times are approximate)

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating = C