The property occupies an elevated position with roof and tree top views. Extended and refurbished to a high standard this home of 1920 sq ft (178.4 sqm) offers bespoke fittings and provides all the pre-requisites for modern family living. The entrance hall provides access to the principle rooms with stairs to the first floor. The kitchen/breakfast room provides a tranquil setting, with an impressive vaulted ceiling. The kitchen is fitted with granite work surfaces, and all of the usual appliances including a 3-door "aims" controlled aga, A utility room provides a functional extension to the kitchen with doors to rear garden. The sitting room offers a feature bay window and an open fireplace, and opens onto a room currently used as a study via bi-fold doors. There are a further two reception rooms and a cloakroom which complete the ground floor accommodation. On the first floor the staircase opens on to the light and spacious landing and loft access. The bedroom currently used as the master enjoys the benefit of built in wardrobes, as well as a refitted en-suite shower room. There are three further bedrooms and two further bathrooms. The en-suite and family bathrooms all have under floor heating and power showers. Outside, the garden is tiered with steps rising to the property from the road. There is a large, curved, south facing deck, providing a setting ideal for al fresco dining and entertaining. At the rear of the property is a two-tiered deck with seating area and views over the house and across the valley. The rest of the garden is mainly laid to lawn, with a wide variety of mature trees and shrubs which gives a high degree of privacy from the road. Parking is offered by way of a three bay oak barn garage and roller shutters, plus a side access door. Above the garage there is a large roof space that is currently used for storing garden equipment and bicycles, but which was intentionally designed to be easily converted to an office or independent accommodation. There is a further single parking space next to the garage.
For the commuter, Haslemere train station is a 15-20 minute walk away, which in turn is 50 minutes to London Waterloo. Both Gatwick and Heathrow can be reached in 40-45 minutes and the A3 is within easy reach, providing links to the motorway network. Haslemere is well served educationally, with an excellent choice of schools in the area, including The Royal Senior School and Amesbury at Hindhead and Brookham and Highfield Schools in Liphook. Sporting facilities in the area include golf at Hindhead, Liphook and Chiddingfold, racing at Goodwood and Fontwell, polo at Cowdray Park and sailing off the South coast at Chichester. Haslemere has the added benefit of Blackdown Park, an area of some 965 acres of ancient woodland owned by the National Trust and home to some excellent walks and rides.
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