Theproperty has been in the same ownership for over 24 years and has clearly been enjoyed as a great place to live, with all that Haslemere has to offer within striking distance. Approached over a private road, shared with other properties, the property sits atop a hill thus enjoying a good degree of natural light. A driveway leads through a 5 bar gate to plenty of parking and an attached double garage, with twin up and over doors. A glazed front door leads into a long U shaped reception hall thus giving the property a natural division between the reception and bedroom areas, whilst also allowing space for chairs to be placed to take in the southerly view across the garden. The sitting/dining room is a good sized triple aspect with a feature fireplace with hearth mantel and surround. A door links to the kitchen which has a range of wall, floor and drawer units on three sides with a range of appliances including an electric hob with extractor above, double oven, fridge and freezer. A door opens onto the rear garden whilst another opens into a side hall off which there is a cloakroom and connecting door to the attached double garage with power and light connected. The reception hall has large picture windows overlooking and a door opening, onto the terrace, a cloaks cupboard and near the bedrooms is access via a ladder to the good sized illuminated and part boarded loft space. One of the bedrooms enjoys views across the garden and has a built in cupboard. The second bedroom has a range of built in cupboards and the third has an airing cupboard. The bathroom comprises a panelled bath with shower over, a wash hand basin with vanity unit under, wc and heated towel rail.
Gardens These surround the property on all sides and it is quite clear that in their prime would have provided quite a show. Set over a variety of levels there are areas of lawn, light woodland, fruit trees, terracing, low stone walls and mature shrubbery and planting including camellia, fuchsia, azalea, rose to mention but a few.
Services All mains services are connected.
Agentsnote We are advised there will be provision within the contract an overage provision covering two properties being built.
Haslemere is situated on the Surrey/Sussex/Hampshire borders. It has excellent road (44 miles via the nearby A3) and rail links (Waterloo approximately 55 minutes) to London and Heathrow and Gatwick Airports (via the A3/M25) are approximately 40 miles away with Portsmouth and the south coast being just over 20 miles distant. The town is protected by the hills of Hindhead, Blackdown and Marley, the majority of which is National Trust owned. Haslemere provides day-to-day shopping facilities (including Waitrose and a Marks & Spencer Food Hall) along with many boutique and specialist shops, a variety of bars, restaurants and coffee houses, the award winning Haslemere Educational Museum, churches of the principal denominations and an excellent range of schooling, both state and private. The Haslemere and The Edge leisure centres offer a wide selection of recreational facilities and golf can be enjoyed nearby at Liphook, Hindhead and Chiddingfold. The Georgian Hotel and Lythe Hill Hotel provide spa facilities in the Town and Champneys Forest Mere and Grayshott Spa are nearby. For more information please go to .
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