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3 bed cottage for sale

£845,000 (£505/sq. ft) Guide price

Rake Road, Liss GU33

3 2 3 1,674 sq. ft*
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Property features

  • An Impressive Grade II Listed Detached Cottage
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Two Bathrooms
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Original Character Features
  • Mature Gardens
  • Backing onto Fields / Farmland
  • No forward chain

Property description

Property summary 'Old London' is a Grade II Listed cottage believed to be dated to the 17th Century with origins dating back to the 15th Century. This interesting cottage has an ancient timber frame with white washed brick stone infills, set under a clay peg tiled roof, the rear extension has been built in brick with a reclaimed slate tiled roof and internally there are a number of exposed beams to the ceilings and walls which are believed to have originated from ships timbers from Portsmouth Dockyard. The accommodation provides 1674 sq ft of living space arranged over two primary floors and comprises; hallway, sitting room with inglenook style fireplace, dining room with 'range', conservatory, bathroom and kitchen on the ground floor with three double bedrooms, a separate cloakroom and bathroom incorporating shower on the first floor. To the front elevation is a mature grapevine and landscaped manicured gardens and to the rear the garden looks over farmland towards the Selbourne Hangers in the distance, there is also a private driveway and detached garage. Being located approximately 0.75 miles from Liss village and railway station (mainline to London Waterloo) and six miles north of Petersfield which accommodates the 'fast train' to Waterloo, with Liphook and Hindhead golf clubs not far away, the Hindhead Tunnel now allows the journey to London to take up to 20 minutes less than previously (traffic permitting). Early internal viewing is strongly recommended in order to appreciate both the accommodation and location on offer.

Entrance Before reaching the junction with Wyld Green Lane is a shingled driveway over a small bridge with a brook under and lawn to one side with manicured hedge leading to 'Old London'. To one end of the lawned area is a pedestrian pathway leading to gateway. Bin storage area, twin stable style gates with plaque depicting house name leading to driveway. Shingled driveway with off road car parking for approximately four cars to the front of the garage, raised stone borders with mature shrubs and evergreens. To the right hand side is a mature tree with herbaceous borders with clipped box and yew topiary, arched pergola leading to lawned garden, stepping stone crazy paved pathway curving to a further pergola leading down to the front of the house. Directly to the front of the house is a brick herringbone paved pathway leading to flagstone, raised stone borders with manicured privet hedges, shrubs, evergreens and bushes, the pathway wraps round to the right hand side of the property leading to the rear garden with external garden store. In this area is an old well, a trellis with wisteria, roses bushes and a relaxing area with arbour. To the left hand side of the property is a shingled area to the side of the conservatory leading to the rear garden with steps leading to the garage, external lighting and wisteria. Main front door with black furniture and double glazed etched panel leading to:

Hallway Tumbled York Stone reclaimed tile, rendered and painted walls with exposed beams, staircase rising to first floor, radiator, central heating control switch, doors to primary rooms, alarm panel, narrow built-in storage cupboard housing electric consumer box.

Sitting room 16' 3" x 15' 4" maximum (4.95m x 4.67m) Twin windows to front aspect overlooking garden, exposed beams to ceiling, rendered and painted walls with exposed beam, inglenook style fireplace with log burner and herringbone brick hearth with integrated shelving and large wooden (bressummer) mantle over, to one side is a built in chest / window seat with aerial connections for the TV, bracket for TV, window to side aspect, further windows to rear overlooking gardens and farmland beyond with far reaching views towards Selborne Hangars, radiator, small library area with range of book shelving and radiator under with exposed beams divider, dimmer switches, power points, wall lights, power points.

Kitchen 15' 4" maximum x 12' 0" (4.67m x 3.66m) Exposed beams to ceiling, radiator, tiled flooring, understairs storage unit with wooden work surface and range of storage cupboards under and open shelving, wood block work surface with butler style sink and mixer tap with cupboards under, cupboards to one side with plumbing for dishwasher, range of drawer units, inset 'Belling' gas hob with 'Neff' oven under, painted stone wall with exposed beams and square opening leading to utility, door to outside, range of built-in shelving, dresser style unit with wood block work surface with drawers and cupboards under with matching cupboards over, inset spotlights, telephone point, recessed area with angled built-in storage cupboard and door leading to bathroom.

Utility area Work surface with washing machine point under, shelving over for microwave, window to side aspect, power points, space for fridge/freezer.

Bathroom 2 White suite comprising; panelled bath with chrome telephone style mixer tap and shower attachment, ceramic tiled surrounds, window to side aspect, ceiling spotlights, low level w.C., pedestal wash hand basin, radiator with cover over, corner built-in storage cupboard with range of shelving, shaver point.

Dining room 13' 5" x 12' 7" (4.09m x 3.84m) Windows to front aspect overlooking garden, rendered and painted walls with some exposed beams, exposed beams to ceiling, wall lights, inglenook style fireplace with ornate 'Beau-Nash' range, wooden (bressummer) mantle over, high level shelf to one side with built-in safe under, power points, door to:

Conservatory 10' 11" x 10' 7" (3.33m x 3.23m) Tiled flooring, glass roof with central fan, low retaining walls with double glazed wood surround windows to all aspects with twin doors leading to garden, two radiators, power points, bracket for T.V, wall lights.

First floor Landing with balustrade, access to loft space, radiator, one wall rendered and painted with exposed beam along with tongue and groove panelling, doors to primary rooms.

Bedroom 2 13' 9" x 10' 0" (4.19m x 3.05m) Dormer window to front aspect overlooking garden with radiator under, power points, rendered and painted walls with exposed beam, dormer window to rear overlooking farm fields and woodland with far reaching views in the distance towards Selborne Hangars, access to storage eaves, built-in double doored wardrobe, slight eaves to ceiling restricting headroom.

Bedroom 3 9' 2" x 9' 0" (2.79m x 2.74m) Dormer window to front aspect overlooking garden and driveway, high level built-in storage cupboard, two walls rendered and painted with exposed beam the other with part tongue and grooved panelling, high level book shelf, work desk, 2 x telephone lines (subject to renewal), radiator, power points.

Separate cloakroom Close coupled w.C., with twin flush, wall mounted wash hand basin, window to side aspect, heated towel rail, large mirror to one wall, ceiling light.

Master bedroom suite Accessed via inner hallway with window to side aspect, corner built-in storage cupboard with further built-in wardrobe, tiled flooring, inter-linking into bedroom, door to:

Bathroom 1 White suite comprising; panelled bath with hand grips, chrome telephone style mixer tap and shower attachment, window to side aspect, tiled flooring, corner shower cubicle with panelled doors, wash hand basin with cupboard under and mirror over, ceiling spotlights, extractor fan, shaver point, heated towel rail.

Bedroom 1 15' 2" x 13' 8" (4.62m x 4.17m) To the rear aspect is a sloping roof with exposed beams and recessed storage area, window to side aspect, central chimney breast with wooden mantle, grate and stone hearth with deep built-in wardrobe to one side, dormer window to front aspect with radiator under, slight eaves to ceiling restricting headroom, painted and rendered walls with exposed beams, power points.

Outside To the rear is a stepping stone pathway wrapping round to the rear of the property passed the (protected and understood to be dating from the about the 13th Century) Yew tree with clipped box and yew topiary, pergola leading to lawned garden with water feature, manicured hedge overlooking farmland.

Boiler room Housing boiler, hot water cylinder and pump system (not tested)

detached garage 20' 4" x 11' 10" (6.2m x 3.61m) 'Barn' style, twin wooden doors to the front with pitched reclaimed tiled roof, cat-slide roof over log storage area and steps leading up to side pedestrian door, range of built-in work benches / surfaces and shelving, electric lighting and power (separate consumer box).

Property info

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Market activity
Average price paid £509,098 Sales 82 Current average value £535,189 (Zoopla Zed-Index) Value change £4,361 ▲ 0.82%

Property value data/graphs for GU33

Property type Avg. current value Avg. £ per sq ft. Avg. # beds Avg. £ paid (last 12m)
Detached £696,754 £395 4.0 £655,304
Semi-detached £447,403 £374 3.3 £447,544
Terraced £340,548 £360 2.8 £326,769
Flats £260,573 £353 1.8 £179,250

Current asking prices in GU33

Average: £496,820
Avg. current asking prices in GU33
Property type 1 bed 2 beds 3 beds 4 beds 5 beds
Houses - £327,498
(2)
£585,990
(5)
£492,990
(5)
£1,350,000
(1)
Flats £140,832
(3)
- £450,000
(1)
£950,000
(1)
-
All £140,832
(3)
£327,498
(2)
£563,325
(6)
£569,158
(6)
£1,350,000
(1)

Current asking rents in GU33

Average: £1,103 pcm
Avg. current asking prices in GU33
Property type 1 bed 2 beds 3 beds 4 beds 5 beds
Houses - £1,101 pcm
(1)
£1,465 pcm
(3)
- -
Flats £572 pcm
(2)
£1,215 pcm
(3)
£997 pcm
(1)
- -
All £572 pcm
(2)
£1,186 pcm
(4)
£1,348 pcm
(4)
- -

Fun facts for GU33

Highest value in GU33
Highest value streets Zed-Index
Hatch Lane £1,236,270
Hawkley £1,228,833
Langley £1,216,657
Blackmoor £1,137,415
Hill Brow, Liss GU33 £1,086,302
Highest turnover in GU33
Highest turnover streets Turnover
Silver Birch Mews 57.1%
Todmore 43.5%
Flexcombe 41.7%
Birch Close 33.3%
Limes Close 33.3%

What Zoopla users think of Liss

Overall rating:

  • currently 3.5 stars
Good - 69% (28 ratings)

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Nearby transport

  • Liss (0.7 miles)
  • Liphook (3.8 miles)
  • Petersfield (3.9 miles)
  • Southampton Airport (21.9 miles)
  • Shoreham Airport (29.2 miles)
  • London Gatwick Airport (30.7 miles)
  • Bosham Hoe Ferry Landing (16.1 miles)
  • West Itchenor Ferry Landing (16.5 miles)
  • Hayling Island Ferry Landing (18.4 miles)

Nearby schools

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  • Liss Infant School (0.7 miles)
  • Liss Junior School (0.7 miles)
  • Rake CofE Primary School (1.3 miles)
  • Charterhouse (15.3 miles)
  • Queen Mary's College (17.2 miles)
  • The Sixth Form College Farnborough (18.7 miles)
  • Bedales School (3.3 miles)
  • Churcher's College (3.3 miles)
  • Bohunt School (3.8 miles)
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Monthly running costs Beta

£3,461 Monthly total

Mortgage

Purchase price
Deposit (10%) 84,500
Repayment term 25
Interest rate 1.5
Your payment £3,041 /mo How Much Could I Borrow

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Home Insurance

Rebuild value up to £1,000,000 Contents value up to £80,000 Average insurance cost £9/mo (£113/yr)
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Energy

Gas £50 Electricity £53 Estimated energy cost £103/mo

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The estimated energy cost for this property has been calculated using actual energy usage data for a property of this type, number of bedrooms and region.

Estimated consumption

Gas: 18000 kWh/year
Electricity: 4400 kWh/year

Source: National Energy Efficiency Data Framework

Council Tax

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East Hampshire

Estimated tax band G Council tax cost £261 /mo
when paid over 10 months
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The Council Tax cost displayed is based on the council tax band and on the basis of 2 adults living at the property. The monthly cost shown excludes any discounts and is rounded to the nearest pound.

Full information on Council Tax discount entitlements can be found on the Gov.UK’s website.

Water

Supply £16 Sewerage £31 Estimated water cost £47 /mo
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