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Fiddlers Acre, thought to have been built in 1947 is a three bedroom detached house with attached annexe providing a further sitting room, bedroom, kitchen and bathroom. The main house has been extended on the ground floor to provide fabulous reception space and garden room with glass sliding doors providing a wonderful place to sit and enjoy the garden, a real feature of the house. Other accommodation on the ground floor include a well appointed kitchen, utility room, guest wc and dining room. Upstairs there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom. The space above the extended ground floor offers fabulous scope for further extension, subject to planning permission.
Situated close to the centre of the village. Fernhurst enjoys a good selection of local amenities including shops, primary school, church and public house. Haslemere town is situated about 3 miles to the north and provides a more comprehensive range of amenities including shopping facilities, schools for all ages both in the private and public sectors and a main line railway station providing a frequent service to London Waterloo in under the hour. In addition, the countryside surrounding Fernhurst and Haslemere is well known for its outstanding natural beauty, much of it is in the ownership of the National Trust, including the South Downs National Park, Devil’s Punchbowl and Blackdown providing opportunities for walking and riding. There are a number of local golf courses, together with polo at Cowdray Park and racing at Goodwood.
Fiddlers Acre sits on 0.648 of an acre of flat, well maintained, mature landscaped garden. On approach there is a brick paved driveway providing hard standing parking for several vehicles as well as access to the brick built, detached garage. There are several outbuildings to include a detached shed/barn with storage and an office and additional wood store. There is also a separate outbuilding to house gardening tools and machinery. The garden is predominantly laid to lawn with discreet boundaries. There is a generous vegetable patch and many flower beds with mature shrubs and specimen trees providing year round colour and enjoyment.
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