Guildford Monopoly Map
You may have heard that Guildford is getting its own Monopoly board. Entries have now closed for nominations of what iconic Guildfordian landmarks should feature in the game and will be announced later this summer but in the meantime, this is how we think Guildford shapes up.
White Lane, GU4 – Guildford’s answer to Park Lane
Overlooking the picturesque Guildford landmark of St Martha’s Hill, the houses in White Lane rarely come onto the market and when they do, they fetch a minimum of a million pounds.
Churchill Road, GU1 – Guildford’s answer to Regent Street
Although not officially from the Regency era, the period homes on Churchill Road give this area of Guildford real character yet are centrally located in a quiet backwater just minutes from the High Street, giving buyers the best of both worlds.
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Abbotswood, GU1 - Guildford’s answer to Pall Mall
With Guildford’s famous Stoke Park just a stone’s throw away, Abbotswood is surrounded by green open space, much like Pall Mall which has two Royal Parks – Green Park and St James’ Park - on its doorstep.
Thinking of selling up and want to know what the banker will give you for your property in Guildford or the surrounding area? We offer free, no obligation, market appraisals to give you an accurate valuation of your property, as well as advice on what you should be doing to add value to your home. We’ll even come out and do another free valuation once you’ve completed the work. To book call 01483 405222.
Barnett Lane, Wonersh, Guildford, Surrey
Guide price £650,000
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