Popular West Sussex Village with shopping and surgery
Haslemere Station approximately 3.5 miles (London Waterloo under the hour)
Approximately 4,000 square feet
Wonderful family accommodation
3 en suites
Large sitting room
South westerly facing rear garden
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Theproperty A five bar gate opens up onto the extensive driveway providing plenty of parking and access to the car port. Throughout there is extensive use of wood and the Scandinavian influence is plain to see. On entering the front door you quickly get a sense of the space offered in this 'L' shaped home, with the corner of the 'L' downstairs being a fabulous double aspect sitting room, with a feature fire place with log effect fire and door to both the gardens and into a generous sized conservatory. The kitchen/breakfast room is again of a good size, having a range of wall floor and drawer units with associated work surfaces, island unit, space for a range cooker and for appliances. Doors from the kitchen lead into the study and dining room both of which enjoy a garden outlook on the south westerly side. Adjacent to the dining room is a bathroom so this could also be used as another bedroom suite if so required, albeit leading off the kitchen. A utility room links the kitchen to the carport. The design of the house allows for the principal bedroom accommodation to be accessed off the entrance hall, with two double bedrooms, both with cupboards and a bathroom being on the ground floor and stairs then lead to the first floor landing. The feeling of space and light continues up stairs, with many of the rooms having large velux windows. The main bedroom suite is a wonderful room with a range of walk in wardrobe cupboards on one side, wood flooring and an ensuite bathroom, comprising a double ended bath with floor standing swan neck tap, separate shower cubicle with both hand held and rain shower heads, wash hand basin and close coupled WC. Bedroom two enjoys an outlook over the garden and nearby roof tops to the Midhurst Hills, equipped with a contemporary style ensuite, with a double ended bath with waterfall tap, close couple WC, wash hand basin and a separate shower with both hand held and rain shower heads. Bedroom three is a generous sized room enjoying similar views to bedroom two and also has the benefit of an en suite shower room. We are advised by the Vendors that the remaining bedroom whilst having a cloakroom adjacent, used to have an en suite where the walk in closet now is.
Outside As previously mentioned there is extensive parking and two car ports, one with a garden store behind.
Southwesterelyfacinggardens Adjacent to the sitting room and conservatory is a terrace making the most of the orientation of the sun and provides a delightful area for al fresco entertaining, whilst overlooking a long swathe of lawn that runs behind the property, edged by stocked borders and with planting including buddleia, pampas, bulbs and apple.
Services Mains services are connected. Gas heating
fernhurst lies in the north-west corner of West Sussex within the South Downs National Park. It is just a few minutes drive from Haslemere (55 minutes by train to London Waterloo) and close to the border of Hampshire. The A286 runs through its centre dividing the village into west and east. The idyllic village green on the eastern side is surrounded by old and beautiful buildings, within walking distance is the Parish Church, pavilion, cricket green and primary school. The village provides shops for most day-to-day needs including a post office and chemist. More comprehensive shopping and leisure facilities are available in Haslemere. The surrounding countryside comprises a mixture of woodland and farmland ideal for sporting and country pursuits, whilst to the south is Chichester famous for its theatre, cathedral and sailing.
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