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A charming two bedroom detached cottage of brick and stone elevations under a pitched tile roof. Built approximately 20 years ago this well appointed cottage provides all of the charm and character of a period building but with the lower maintenance of a newer house. The accommodation is arranged over two floors, the front door opens into an inner hallway with a door to a downstairs w.c. The triple aspect sitting room has been further enhanced with the addition of a bespoke wooden conservatory providing another reception room. There is a large understairs cupbord providing additional storage. Leading from the sitting room is a well equipped kitchen, fitted with a range of cupboards under an expanse of work surface and fitted cooker. Access can be gained to the rear garden directly from the kitchen via a rear door. The first floor is of equal merit with two bedrooms and a family bathroom. From the first floor landing there is loft access. Agent's Note: The first floor has planning permission to extend, full details of which can be given on request.
The property is situated on the west side of Haslemere occupying a prime position and is convenient for the shops at Wey Hill, Herons leisure centre and Shottermill Infant School. Haslemere, about 1.5 miles distant, is situated on the border between Surrey, Sussex and Hampshire and is well placed for access to London either via the A3 London to Portsmouth road or via the main line station to London Waterloo which is approximately 1 mile from the property. The town centre offers a wide range of shopping including Waitrose, sporting and leisure facilities and the area is renowned for its beautiful countryside which includes many walks and bridleways, as well as vast areas of land in the ownership of the National Trust. Other facilities in the area include sailing on the South Coast, golf courses at Liphook and Hindhead, together with racing at Goodwood and theatres at Guildford and Chichester.
Approached via a shared gravel driveway providing off street parking for several cars leading to a single garage. The front garden has a small area of lawn flanked with herbaceous borders. A personal gate gives access down the side of the property leading to the rear garden. A great deal of care and consideration has been given to the landscaping of the rear garden and now provides a secluded peaceful setting for outside entertainment, enclosed with panel fencing and mature shrubs.
Services: All Mains Services are connected with gas fired central heating.
Local Authority: Waverley Borough Council
Garage and off road parking
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