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High Meadow is a fine detached family house built in the 1930’s and set in a beautiful rural location yet conveniently close to Haslemere town. The generous accommodation extends over two floors with the principal rooms enjoying a wonderful southerly aspect over the garden and fields beyond. To the ground floor the reception hall leads to the drawing room, sitting room and kitchen/breakfast room off which is a fabulous conservatory giving access to the rear sun terrace. A study, laundry room and boiler room are also located on the ground floor. The first floor is accessed via a magnificent sweeping staircase with the hall landing to the five bedrooms, bathroom and shower room.
High Meadow is situated in an idyllic rural location
commanding lovely southerly views over its own fields and adjoining woodland. Close by there are acres of National Trust and common land crisscrossed by foot and bridle paths, ideal for walking and riding. Despite being in this rural setting Haslemere is readily accessible and offers a wide and varied selection of amenities catering for most day to day needs along with shops and restaurants, boutiques, public houses and coffee
bars. The mainline station (approximately 2.2 miles away) offers a frequent service to Waterloo in under an hour. Schooling in the area is also excellent both privately and state run for most age groups. There is access to the A3(M) nearby providing an excellent road link to London
and the South coast and via the M25 to both Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
The property is approached over a long sweeping drive through the ‘park like’ front gardens and extends to a generous parking area to the front of the house with a large turning circle and access to the double garage.
The grounds and gardens are a particular feature of the property. To the front the ‘park like’ gardens are predominantly laid to lawn interspersed by magnificent rhododendrons and specimen trees extending into a woodland area. To the west of
the property is a lovely walled garden being more formal in style with well stocked flower and shrub borders and a productive vegetable garden with a greenhouse.
To the rear of the house a large sun terrace leads to the lawn and ‘ha-ha’ with the fields beyond and lovely views over the surrounding countryside.
Services: Mains Water, Electricity, Oil Fired Heating and Private Drainage.
Local Authority: Chichester District Council
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