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Foxenden Court is a new development of 10 apartments in Chertsey Street in the centre of Guildford, converted from an original commercial building and backs onto Allen House Grounds which are lawns, gardens and tennis courts that also adjoin the Royal Grammar School. The location is a few hundred yards from the High Street and the mainline station is under half a mile away.
Guildford is an attractive historic university and cathedral town retaining much of its ancient charm and provides a great variety of shopping and recreational facilities. There are a number of first class state and public schools, such as George Abbot, Tormead, Guildford High School and the Royal Grammar School, making the area very popular with families.
Cultural attractions include the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, which hosts shows prior to the West End. When socialising and dining out, Guildford has an outstanding choice of bars, cafes and good restaurants clustered around the historic cobbled High Street.
The Spectrum leisure centre includes a swimming pool and Olympic size ice rink, whilst Guildford Lido, golf, local tennis and cricket clubs are nearby. The extensive Surrey Sports Park at The University features first class sporting and training facilities at an international standard.
The beautiful Surrey countryside, including The Surrey Hills AONB is close at hand and provides some of the finest walking, cycling and riding opportunities in the South-East. The A3 is about a mile away and provides excellent access to London, Heathrow and Gatwick airports via the M25. London/Waterloo can be reached in approximately 37 minutes from Guilford main line station.
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