Planning consent has been approved for a classical new Queen Anne home with 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, reception hall, kitchen breakfast room, 4 reception rooms, self-contained annexe and triple garage, extending to 8,362 sqf, 776.9 sqm, gross. In all about 2.2 acres, set in mature undulating woodland gardens with stunning azaleas and rhododendrons, trees and shrubs.
The hamlet of Wishanger is in a very desirable, quiet location of farms and grand Country Houses in beautiful countryside between the villages of Frensham and Churt, where there are excellent local amenities, with a broader range of shopping in Farnham and Haslemere. Nearby is a good selection of local hostelries, with Tennis and Cricket Clubs at Churt. There is sailing at Frensham Great Pond and some of the most extensive riding, cycling and walking countryside in the South of England on Frensham Common and Alice Holt.
There is a wide selection of schools in Farnham, Hindhead and Haslemere, making this area ideal for educating a family and enjoying outdoor pursuits.
Farnham 6 miles, Waterloo 53 mins A3 at Hindhead 4.3 miles Haslemere 7.8 miles, fast trains to Waterloo in 48 mins London 46 miles Guildford 16 miles
The Planning permission can be viewed on the website of East Hampshire District Council, under Planning Application 23725/059. Currently there is a pleasant family house of 4,500 sq ft, with outbuildings on the site.
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