WATERSIDE - A charming cottage, built of stone and colour washed rendered elevations with brick quoins under a tiled roof. The property sits in grounds of about 0.68 acre and backs onto the River Deadwater. The cottage is on the market for the first time in over 60 years and although charming, it is in a fairly basic state. It would be fair to say any potential buyer would look to completely refurbish the property. It offers potential to extend and improve, subject to planning and consents, and offers a wonderful opportunity to a buyer looking to own a charming cottage in an idyllic position. A viewing is strongly recommended.
This property is featured by our Waterside department.
The property occupies an attractive semi-rural location on the edge of the hamlet of Hollywater. Local facilities can be found in Whitehill and Bordon and more comprehensive facilities including station on the Portsmouth Waterloo main line can be found in Liphook, Haslemere and Farnham. There are many acres of fine countryside surrounding the area, much under the ownership of the National Trust.
Approached via a gate and driveway, providing parking for several vehicles, and leading around to the rear of the cottage where there are two garages. There is a garden store and further storage, the buildings being in a range of conditions. The grounds are a charming feature, being mainly laid to lawn with a variety of mature shrubs, plants and small trees. In all the grounds extend to about 0.68 acre and back onto the River Deadwater.
SERVICES: Mains Water and Electricity.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: East Hampshire District Council.
Garden Store and Storage
In Need of Updating and Modernisation
Garden of about 0.68 Acre backing onto the River Deadwater and Dead Water Valley
No Onward Chain