Popular West Sussex Village with shopping and surgery
Haslemere Station approximately 3.5 miles (London Waterloo under the hour)
Built by a well know local builder in the 1980's
South westerly facing sitting room
Refitted kitchen/breakfast room
Beautiful rear garden
Garage and parking
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Theproperty was built in the 1980's, subsequently extended in the late 90's and now provides excellent well planned accommodation with truly wonderful rear gardens. Approached over a tarmacadam driveway providing parking for several vehicles, a recessed entrance porch with a couple of steps leads into a most welcoming reception hall off which the principal accommodation leads. The sitting room is a splendid double aspect room enjoying a south westerly outlook to the front having a bay window and feature gas coal effect fire with surround. Under the current vendor's ownership the kitchen/breakfast room was refitted with a range of wall, floor and drawer units (including pull out larder) with extensive associated work surfaces and concealed lighting. Appliances include four ring gas hob with extractor and light above, electric double oven/grill, dish washer and space for an upright fridge. The adjacent utility room has a range of cupboards, work surfaces, sink, wall mounted Worcester boiler, space for a washing machine and tumble dryer and the fridge freezer is included in the sale. A door leads to the side of the property. The conservatory which is currently used as a dining room, leads off the kitchen and is a wonderful space overlooking the terrace and rear garden. The master bedroom suite likewise enjoys views over the rear garden and is a fine triple aspect room with an extensive range of fitted cupboards and an ensuite with shower cubicle, bath, wash hand basin and extractor fan. Bedroom two is another double with arrange of cupboards and chest of drawers and bedroom three is a good single room currently used as a study. Rounding off the accommodation is a family bathroom
outside A detached integral garage with up and over door stp could be integrated into the property to provide yet further accommodation. At the top of the garden is a very useful garden shed/store with power and light laid on. Note; Part of the driveway is shared by a neighbour with them contributing 50% of any costs of repair
gardens These are undoubtedly a major feature fo the home and over the year have been thoughtfully designed to maximize the movement of the sun and to offer views to the Midhurst Hills as well as a variety of areas for quiet contemplation. The majority of the garden is laid to swathes of lawn with meandering paths, a raised terrace ideal for al fresco dining and an ornamental fish pond. The planting throughout is varied and mature with plants and shrubs including rose, clematis, camellia, rhododendron, acer and hollyhocks edging part of the drive. In all al delightful back drop to this special home.
Services All mains services are connected
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 a range of shops, pub, village hall, and regular bus services to both Midhurst and Haslemere. 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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