Park Drive, Bramley, GU5 0JY

Availability 15th Aug 2019
Price/PCM £3,250
Bedrooms 4
EPC Rating 84 84


Situated in the popular village of Bramley, close to the thriving town of Guildford, is the delightful semi-detached barn which is just a short walk from St Catherine’s Girls School. The property offers spacious family accommodation and benefits from wood floors, underfloor heating, a large L-shaped open plan kitchen/breakfast room, and a lovely sunny garden mainly laid to lawn with established shrubs.

As well as St Catherine’s Girls School, other excellent schools in the area include the Bramley Church of England Infant School, Longacre School in Shamley Green, Tillingbourne Junior School and St Peter’s Catholic School in Chilworth, Godalming Junior School and Loseley Fields Primary School in Godalming, as well as Gosdon House School, Wey House School and Guildford High School in Guildford. The rail stations of Godalming, Chilworth, Shalford and Guildford are nearby with regular services to London Waterloo and London Victoria (approximately 30-50 minutes) whilst the A3 and M25 motorway are within easy reach, leading to central London, Heathrow and Gatwick airports.

  • Reception hall
  • Large reception room with dining area
  • Open plan fully-fitted kitchen/breakfast room with bi-fold doors to the garden
  • Utility room
  • Study area
  • Master bedroom with en suite shower room
  • Guest bedroom with en suite shower room
  • 2 further bedrooms
  • Playroom
  • Family bathroom
  • Rear garden
  • Off-street parking
  • Chilworth : 2.5 miles
  • Shalford : 1.5 miles
  • Godalming : 4 miles
  • Guildford : 4 miles
  • Central London : 35 miles
  • Gatwick : 24.5 miles
  • Heathrow : 30 miles

(All distances are approximate)

  • St Catherine's Girls School, Bramley
  • Bramley Church of England Infant School, Bramley
  • Longacre School, Shamley Green
  • Tillingbourne Junior School, Chilworth
  • St Peter's Catholic School, Chilworth
  • Godalming Junior School, Godalming
  • Loseley Fields Primary School, Godalming
  • Gosdon House School, Guildford
  • Wey House School, Guildford
  • Guildford High School, Guildford


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Local Area

Bramley is a pretty village situated in the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and boasts a number of heritage features. Whilst there's no longer an operating rail station in the village, the original level crossing gates have been carefully restored. Snowdenham Lane in the village was the filming location for the film 'The Holiday', starring Cameron Diaz and Jude Law.

Bramley Church dates from the 12th century and is dedicated to the Holy Trinity. The tower, the south transept and the chancel are later additions from the 13th century. In 1676 boundary walls were constructed and the church's burial ground was licensed, and the church became its own ecclesiastical parish in 1847.

By the 18th century the village's road became part of the turnpike road from Guildford to Arundel and the milestone still exists in Birtley Road. In the 1770s, a bridge and causeway were built and the river was diverted from its original course to align with the new bridge. Most of the village's residents would have been involved in agriculture, purchasing The Nunnery in 1735 but this was sold a century later when many of the villagers had to go to Hambledon Workhouse.

The canal connecting Guildford to West Sussex and running by Bramley opened in 1816. James Stanton became the Superintendent of the canal in 1819; the canal closed in 1871 but Stanton's Cottage on the wharf remains. The Earl of Egremont diverted water from the Bramley millpond to improve the canal's water supply, forming the boundary between the school and the cemetry. He also redirected the lane to the mill, which is now Park Drive.

Renowned garden designer, Gertrude Jekyll, grew up in Bramley House which was leased from the Earl of Egremont's nephew. She retained an interest in the area and her long time friend, architect Edwin Lutyens who led the Arts & Crafts era, designed Grade II listed Millmead House for Jekyll in 1904, where she created the garden.

Today, Bramley is home to a range of local shops and stores including a greengrocers, butchers, florist, pharmacy, post office, cafe, restaurant and two public houses, the Jolly Farmer and the Wheatsheaf. There is also a golf course and the Bramley Cricket Club on Gosden Common, the first cricket ground to host an all women's cricket match in 1745.

  • Mainline rail stations with regular services to London Waterloo and London Victoria at nearby Chilworth, Godalming, Shalford and Guildford.
  • A3 within a short driving distance providing access to central London, the M25 and motorway network.
  • Excellent choice of schools including St Catherine's Girls School, Bramley Church of England Infant School, Gosdon House School, Guildford High School and Wey House School in Guildord.
  • Leisure amenities including Bramley Golf Club, Wey River, Lords Hill Common and Surrey walks.
  • A range of local shops and restaurants.
  • High Street names and department stores in nearby Guildford.

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