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A delightful Grade II listed period cottage, dating back to the 16th Century, boasting lovely views over open fields on the southern aspect. The cottage has most attractive stone and timber elevations under a water reed thatched roof. There is an abundance of character with extensive exposed oak beams, wall timbers, and diamond pane leaded light windows. The sitting room is triple aspect, taking full advantage of the wonderful outlook, with painted stone internal walls, and a wood burner. off the sitting rooms ia study. In the dining room there is a large inglenook with a wood burner and the kitchen is comprehensively fitted with a range of oak units with granite work surfaces and built in Miele appliances. There is also an electric aga, butler sink and African slate floor. Both bathrooms are fitted white suites with high quality fittings and marble tiles. Two of the three double bedrooms have vaulted ceilings.
The cottage enjoys an outstanding elevated position and is surrounded on three sides by open farmland. The views from the house and the garden are unspoilt and this is truly a rural setting along this pretty country lane. Situated on the rural fringes of Headley Village, the property is well positioned for local shops nearby and excellent access to the A3 London-Portsmouth Road, as well as direct access into Farnham and up to the M3. The major towns of Liphook and Farnham both provide comprehensive shopping and leisure facilities, pubs and restaurants, and both mainline stations provide a fast and frequent train service to London Waterloo. This area is well known for its delightful unspoilt countryside, much of which is owned by the National Trust, with sailing at Frensham Ponds and a good number of golf courses in the locality. In conclusion, this is country cottage living at its best; a period home with well proportioned rooms in an idyllic country setting.
Detached double garage. Immediately adjoining the back of the house is a partly walled yorkstone terrace which is ideal for outdoor entertaining. In front of the garage there is a driveway which provides ample parking. The gardens are predominantly lawned, with well stocked flower borders. There is a pond with slate patio surrounding it; an ideal place to sit and enjoy the rural views . Farmland surrounds the house and the gardens extend in all to approximately 0.41 acres.
Grade II listed
Sitting room with log burner
dining room with inglenook
fitted kitchen/breakfast room
2 bathrooms (one en-suite)
detached double garage
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