CHILWORTH spreads itself along the A248, a mix of houses and bungalows built in the Thirties and Fifties. Cars tend to park along both sides of the road as few of the houses have garages. The village has its own primary and middle school, good pubs and an old gunpowder factory on the banks of the Tillingbourne. Houses have large gardens and views to St Martha’s Hill. A three-bedroom Thirties’ semi would cost from £250,000.
Good for: small station where parking is easier than Guildford, nice pubs, and the church of St Martha’s is floodlit at night.
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