Maybury Hill, Woking, GU22 8AB

Availability Sold
Guide Price £500,000
Bedrooms 3
EPC Rating 63 86

SPACIOUS SEMI-DETACHED HOUSE REQUIRING REFURBISHMENT, IN A SOUGHT-AFTER LOCATION WITHIN WALKING DISATNCE OF TOWN CENTRE AND STATION. This spacious character family house is situated in one of Woking’s most sought-after residential locations, being within walking distance of the town centre, mainline rail station and St Dunstan’s School.  The property is in need of complete refurbishment throughout, providing an ideal opportunity for a family to create a bespoke home or an investor.  There is also the opportunity to extend the property further, subject to planning permission.  The reception hall has a wood floor, a fireplace with tiled surround and wooden mantel is in the main reception room, and a large mature rear garden extends to approximately 100ft.  There is a detached garage with a large brick built store/workshop behind, and off-street parking for several cars.

The property, just minutes from the town centre, is close to excellent schools including St Dunstan’s School, Hoe Valley School, Gordon’s School, Bishop David Brown School, St John the Baptist School , The Winston Churchill School, Woking High School, Fulbrook School, in Woking, Woking College in Old Woking, as well as Guildford High School, Tormead School, Lanesborough School, The Royal Grammar School and Guildford College in nearby Guildford.  Woking’s mainline rail station with regular services to London Waterloo Clapham Junction (approximately 25-30 minutes) is within walking distance, whilst the A3, M3 and M25 motorways are within easy reach, leading to Heathrow and Gatwick airports.

  • In need of complete refurbishment
  • Potential to extend (STPP)
  • Reception hall
  • Sitting room
  • Dining room with glazed doors to the rear garden
  • Kitchen with door to side access
  • 3 bedrooms
  • Family bathroom
  • Separate WC
  • Detached garage with brick built store/workshop behind
  • Mature garden extending to approximately 100ft
  • Driveway with off-street parking for several cars
  • Guildford : 7 miles
  • Kingston-upon-Thames : 19 miles
  • Farnborough :11.5 miles
  • Cobham : 8 miles
  • Walton on Thames : 10 miles
  • Weybridge : 8 miles
  • Byfleet : 5.5 miles
  • Ottershaw : 4 miles
  • Chertsey : 6 miles
  • Central London :  29 miles
  • Heathrow Airport : 19 miles
  • Gatwick Airport : 31 miles

(All distances are approximate)

  • St Dunstan’s School, Woking
  • Hoe Valley School, Woking
  • Gordon’s School, Woking
  • Bishop David Brown School, Woking
  • St John the Baptist School , Woking
  • The Winston Churchill School, Woking
  • Woking High School, Woking
  • Fulbrook School, Woking
  • Woking College, Old Woking
  • Guildford High School, Guildford
  • Tormead School, Guildford
  • Lanesborough School, Guildford
  • The Royal Grammar School, Guildford
  • Guildford College, Guildford


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Local Area

Situated south of London, the popular town of Woking is a short distance from Guildford and within easy reach of central London.    Woking developed around its railway station, which was built in 1838 at the railway junction between London, the south coast and south-west England.  To the south-east of today’s busy town, on the River Wey, is an area known as Old Woking.  It’s association with aircraft came when Brooklands Aerodrome was used in World War I was used for test flying and deliveries for an aircraft factory.  Known as The Lions Works, the factory was redeveloped in the 1990s and is now the Lion Retail Park.


There are great villages that surround Woking including Knaphill, Maybury, Goldsworth Park, Pyrford, Westfield and Old Woking which has a large conservation area.   Brookwood Cemetery was acquired by the London Necropolis Company in the 1800s but towards the end of the century, large detached houses and  golf course were built to accommodate a growing population.


Formula One’s McLaren Group have been in Woking for many years building not only their racing cars but also high performance sports cars, such as the McLaren F1, the Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren and the most recent McLaren P1, 650S and 12C cars.  Other major corporations with global headquarters in Woking include Alent plc, the Ambassador Theatre Group, and Anheuser-Busch InBev (formerly SABMiller).


Woking features a number of public art structures including the Martian Tripod, in recognition of H. G. Well’s book, The War of the Worlds, which was written in Woking.  There used to be a Hawker Hunter jet fighter, the last to be built, mounted on a 10m high pole outside the Big Apple entertainment complex but this is currently with the Hawker Association undergoing restoration.  The Lightbox arts and heritage centre also contains a range of paintings and sculptures.


The main shopping centre is The Peacocks and there is a smaller, older shopping area called Wolsey Place; the two are joined by a covered walkway that was built in 2010 as part of their redevelopment in commemoration of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.  The town square was also renamed Jubilee Square.  The New Victoria Theatre hosts numerous shows and concerts.  Pool in the Park is the indoor swimming pool and a separate leisure area located opposite the Woking Leisure Centre, which includes an outdoor skatepark, tennis courts, five-a-side football pitches, a cricket pitch, bowling greens, a crazy golf course, and a children’s adventure playground.

  • Woking railway station with regular services to London Waterloo (approximately 25-30 minutes) and Clapham Junction (approximately 20 minutes) and Guildford railway station, which connects to Gatwick Airport.
  • A3, the M3 and M25 within a short driving distance providing access to London, the motorway network, Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
  • Excellent choice of schools including St Dunstan’s School, Gordon’s School, Woking High School and St John the Baptist School in Woking, Woking College in Old Woking, as well as the Guildford High School, Royal Grammar School and Guildford College in nearby Guildford.
  • Leisure amenities nearby include a Woking Leisure Centre, Woking Pool in the Park, Horsell Common, Big Apple Entertainment Complex, The Lightbox, Thorpe Park, Mizens Railway, Wisley Horticultural Garden, the River Wey, an abundance of cycle ways and equestrian rides, and a range of sports at the Spectrum Leisure Complex in Guildford.

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