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A very rarely available detached family house occupying a tranquil setting adjoining the River Wey with long views over open countryside yet only within about 200m of the railway station. The house was originally designed as a four bedroom family home (now three but could be easily altered back to four if required) and has well-proportioned rooms and large windows creating a light and airy feel throughout. The generous living accommodation is ideal for everyday family living and includes a large double aspect sitting room with sliding doors opening out to the rear garden and an attractive central fireplace. There is also very spacious dining room opening into the entrance hall. The kitchen/breakfast room has sliding doors opening out to the rear terrace and is fitted with a full range of eye and base level cabinets, electric oven and hob. The ground floor accommodation also includes a utility room and cloakroom. The layout to the first floor has been altered to provide three well-proportioned bedrooms together with a family bathroom. In addition, there is also potential to extend as well as scope to convert the loft of the property to create further accommodation, subject to any necessary planning and building control consents.
The house has an ideal setting off a no through road combining lovely rural views whilst being within about 200m of the mainline railway station to London Waterloo. The active village of Bentley has a strong community with a church, shop, two public houses and highly regarded primary school. The village stands amidst fine Hampshire countryside in between the villages of Crondall and Froyle and the market towns of Farnham and Alton. The surrounding countryside provides ample opportunity for many country pursuits. There are a number of footpaths over the nearby Forestry Commission land leading to Alice Holt Forest. Farnham and Alton both provide a comprehensive range of facilities, schooling for all age groups and stations to London Waterloo.
The house stands within attractive landscaped grounds providing a beautiful setting with areas of lawn adjoining the river, well stocked flower and shrub borders and a variety of young and mature trees including a weeping willow. A broad paved terrace with a small fish pond adjoins the rear of the house and provides an ideal outside seating area with fine views. There is also a BBQ area adjoining the river. Timber shed. Greenhouse. A block paved driveway provides ample parking to the front and access to the double garage.
In all Gardens and Grounds of about 0.25 of an acre
Gas Fired Central Heating
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