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A truly delightful Edwardian family home which offers practical yet versatile accommodation arranged over three floors. The property has been sympathetically enhanced over the years yet still retains much of the original character such as sash windows, exposed wooden flooring to several rooms, stripped doors and banisters, open fire, picture rails etc., whilst blending cleverly with modern contemporary aspects. An impressive and imposing approach to the front door opening into a spacious hallway with downstairs w.c. and stairs to the first floor. The ground floor comprises a sitting room with a real working fire and a front aspect bay window, separate family room, again with bay window to the side overlooking the garden which in turn leads to an impressive kitchen/dining room. Extended approximately 10 years ago this wonderful room is flooded with natural light from a part vaulted ceiling and concertina doors leading out to the garden. The kitchen is fitted with a range of units under a vast expanse of wooden worktops. The original kitchen is now the utility room, providing space for additional appliances and with side access to outside. The first floor is of equal merit providing three bedrooms and a family bathroom. Stairs from the first floor landing give access to a second floor landing with doors to two further double bedrooms and a shower room.
The property is situated in a private no-through road on the western fringes of Haslemere, occupying a prime position, convenient for the shops at Weyhill and the Herons leisure centre. 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 0.5 mile from the property. The town centre offers a wide range of shopping facilities including a Waitrose supermarket, 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.
The garden is predominately laid to lawn. Extensive works have been carried out in recent years to create a large paved terrace to the side with a wrap around pathway. Enclosed with panel fencing and a brick walling the garden provides a wonderful area for outside entertainment. In addition for the homeworker there is a large studio at the rear of the garden with power and light.
SERVICES: All Mains Services are connected.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: Waverley Borough Council
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