With decorative red and grey-brick elevations, 1 Iveagh Road is an attractive property offering light and airy accommodation, with fresh, neutral décor and a well-designed layout suited to modern lifestyles. On-trend wood-floor covering in the hallway extends across much of the ground floor providing practicality and a sense of harmony. Reception rooms comprise a sitting room with bay window alcove and a feature fireplace with marble surround, ornate ironwork and colourful tiling. Just beyond, the dining room offers the perfect setting for hosting guests and family gatherings whilst showcasing a cast-iron fireplace and providing French doors through to the conservatory. Filled with natural light, this bright, versatile space offers a spot to enjoy the garden throughout the seasons, as well as providing a route out into the rear garden. Fitted with high and low level wood-fronted cabinetry, the generous kitchen/breakfast room accommodates a table for informal dining and has an external door to reach the outside. On the first floor there are five rooms, one of which is currently in use as a home office, along with a shower room with modern fixtures and a family bathroom with attractive mosaic and mirror tiling, wooden bath panel and dado rail. The principal bedroom has a west-facing aspect with outlook over the garden and excellent fitted wardrobe storage.
A low brick wall, with clipped hedging and mature trees, fronts the roadway with access onto a paved driveway where there is space to park a number of cars. A timber gate in fencing at the side of the property provides a route into the garden that surrounds the home. Featuring a retaining stone wall which accommodates a level change, the design includes two runs of steps which rise to an area of lawn and attractively planted rockery borders. A paved terrace offers opportunities for outdoor dining and relaxation whilst enjoying the south and westerly aspects.
1 Iveagh Road is conveniently situated less than a mile from the train station, the riverside walks on the banks of the River Wey and the town centre of Guildford with its extensive range of retail, recreational and cultural amenities. There are numerous cafés, bars and restaurants providing venues for socialising, as well as access to entertainment at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Electric and G Live. For sports enthusiasts, facilities are available at the Surrey Sports Park and The Spectrum Sports Centre and golfers have access to courses at Clandon Regis, Sutton Green and Hurtmore Golf Clubs. The mainline station has direct trains to London and there are numerous bus routes providing connections to all parts of Guildford, Surrey and beyond. For travel further afield, London Heathrow and Gatwick Airports are both within easy reach. The Guildford area is renowned for its excellent range of both state and independent schools including St Nicholas Primary School, Holy Trinity, Pewley Down School, Guildford County School, Royal Grammar School, Guildford High, Tormead, George Abbott and St Catherine's School.