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An attractive detached 1930's family home which has been much improved over the years yet still retaining a wealth of charm and character. The property offers practical yet versatile accommodation over three floors. The front door opens into a central hallway with doors leading into all rooms, a downstairs cloakroom and a utility room. Steps lead up to a spacious sitting room extending into a bay at the rear of the property with French doors leading to outside. This room is further complemented with a central fireplace and wood burning stove. From an inner hallway with stairs to the first floor there is access to a separate double aspect family room and for the home worker there is a separate study. In addition there is a fourth reception room which could be used as a formal dining room. The kitchen is the heart of this home, fitted with an expanse of worktops opening directly into a bespoke wooden conservatory, providing a fabulous space for family entertaining. On the first floor there are four good size bedrooms, the main bedroom has an en suite bathroom whilst the three remaining bedrooms are served by a family bathroom. The second floor provides one large bedroom and a separate shower room with sauna, ideal as a guest or au pair suite.
The property is situated on the semi rural fringes of Haslemere with its shopping and banking facilities and Grayswood village with a local Church of England school, village hall, church, public house and village cricket green. The town 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. The town centre offers a wide range of shopping, 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.
Approached via a large gravel driveway leading to a double garage, the front of the house is well screened with a mature hedgerow. The rear garden is a stunning feature of the house with well stocked herbaceous borders, mature trees and mainly level lawn running down to a stream. There is a decked area suitable for entertaining, as well as 3 additional storage sheds and a wood store.
Three Bath/Shower Rooms
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