Theproperty Is a spacious family home located within walking distance of the local amenities and excellent schooling. It is generous in size, both outside and in and comprises three double bedrooms, three reception rooms, kitchen, utility and conservatory. The property is in need of general modernisation, but would appear to offer great scope for alteration and extension, (sitting as it does in a generous plot), subject to the usual consents.
The property is approached directly off the Haslemere road via a gravel driveway providing ample parking, with the front allowing almost complete privacy by means of the high shrubbery boarders. You are greeted at the entrance with steps up to the front door, framed by a brick and wood built storm porch. On entering the property you are met by a spacious entrance hall with access to the lounge, living room, kitchen and stairs to the first floor. The lounge has a cosy feel, emphasised by a brick built fire place, currently housing a gas fire unit. The living room benefits from double aspect windows and is a generous size.
Moving into the kitchen from the hallway, you are instantly greeted with an outlook onto the rear garden. The kitchen is fitted with wall and floor mounted cupboards, gas hob, electric oven, extractor fan and a single sink drainer with swan neck tap. The utility room can be found off the kitchen and provides access to the rear garden, space for white goods and houses the boiler. The dining room and conservatory round of the ground floor accommodation.
The first floor features the large master bedroom, two further double bedrooms, family bathroom, separate wc and stairs to the second floor. The master bedroom offers double aspect lighting and a large en suite with the two further rooms both with built in wardrobes. The family bathroom comprises a shower, WC and wash basin. Stairs off the first floor provide access to a large attic space which is fully boarded and a great additional space.
Outside The outside space is generous in size, both front and rear. The front is mostly laid with gravel providing ample parking for several cars. The rear garden is south facing and mostly laid to lawn and benefits from being completely enclosed. Access can also be found of Hazelbank close with double wooden gates into the rear garden.
Services The property provides all mains services including electrics, gas, water and drainage. The property is connected to the internet. The property has double glazing.
Liphook is on the Hampshire/Surrey/Sussex borders within reach of London and the South Coast via the Waterloo/Portsmouth main line and the A3. The polo at Cowdray and the sailing at Frensham Ponds can be easily accessed from Liphook and there are a variety of walks and bridleways in the National Trust land and the South Downs National Park. Adjacent to Liphook Golf Club is Champneys Forest Mere and the Liphook Equine Hospital. There are a range of local amenities including shops, pubs, cafes, golf courses and restaurants as well as doctors, dentists, a Sainsburys supermarket and a library. Further facilities are available in the nearby towns of Haslemere (approx. 5 miles) and Petersfield (just over 8 miles). Education is provided by a wide choice of both state and private schooling.
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