An enchanting cottage forming part of Goldenfields House, a Grade II Listed country house designed by the Arts & Crafts architect Philip Webb. The belfry tower is one of the highest points in the area and affords spectacular 360 degree views. The clock itself was made in 1905 by Gillet & Johnston and is housed in a little room immediately below the belfry. The cottage combines period features together with contemporary fittings including a custom made kitchen/breakfast room with Shaker style units solid oak and granite work surfaces and Lacanche dual fuel range, integrated appliances and modern bathroom suite. An internal inspection is highly recommended.
Occupying a delightful position aproached by a country lane on the edge of Liphook village yet within 0.25 mile of the mainline station with services into London Waterloo. The village itself offers a range of local facilities and shops including Sainsburys supermarket. Liphook also benefits from two well regarded golf courses. More comprehensive facilities are available in the town of Haslemere within about 5 miles. The property is situated within the South Downs National Park and there are many acres of fine countryside close at hand, much of which can be seen from the belfry tower.
GARAGE with up-and-over door.
GARDEN: The property is approached through a discrete gate which leads through a small well enclosed garden. A herringbone brick path leads to the front door. From the kitchen there is a delightful cottage garden well enclosed with close boarded fencing and stone walling together with gated access onto the lane.
SERVICES: All Main Services. Gas Fired Central Heating.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: East Hampshire District Council.
Sitting Room with Fireplace
Fitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room