‘Check out’ these super homes benefiting from The Waitrose Effect

It’s not even been a year since Guildford’s very own Waitrose and Aldi opened but here at PHM the excitement has not waned, especially since we read the news this week which has revealed that living near a supermarket could boost the value of your home – on average by £22,000.

In light of this, we thought we’d pick out some homes currently on the market for you to ‘check out’, which benefit from not only the ‘Waitrose Effect’.

Bury Fields, a beautiful Arts & Crafts property by renowned architect Hugh Thackeray Turner, is situated just moments from Guildford High Street (within a 10-minutes’walk of a Tesco, Waitrose and Sainsbury’s and Marks & Spencer) in a stunning Grade-ll listed communal courtyard garden. Bury Fields is priced at £675,000. For more information, call Chantries Independent Estate Agents on 01483 405222.

Prime Place, Godalming offers a centrally-located, stunning collection of contemporary townhouses and apartments, which are conveniently situated directly opposite Waitrose, Godalming. Prices for a one-bedroom apartment start from £277,995, available with Help to Buy. For more information, contact Hamptons International on 01483 351933.

Thames Valley Housing’s Woodbridge development in Frimley, comprises a mix of refurbished and new one and two-bedroom apartments and four-bedroom houses, is situated opposite Waitrose and near Frimley train station. Prices for a two-bedroom flat apartment start at £299,995, and for a four-bedroom, end of terrace house at £495,000. For more information, please contact Thames Valley Housing on 01276 538991.

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