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A beautifully appointed portion of a former Methodist chapel located down a leafy road in the popular village of Churt. With beautiful Bargate stone exterior, other character features include log burners in both the dining hall and the sitting room, oak flooring throughout the dining hall, kitchen and snug room, and timber framed double Glazing. Having been much improved upon by the current owners including Farrow and Ball paint used throughout, as well as having been re-carpeted, this home offers a light and airy feel throughout. The house enjoys a welcoming dining hall with French doors leading to the garden and open plan into the kitchen. The bespoke fitted kitchen comes complete with granite work surfaces, space for a range cooker, and a walk in pantry. Further accommodation includes a sitting room, a snug room, a utility area, a downstairs bedroom and bathroom, with two further bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor. In all a unique property and one that must be seen in order to be fully appreciated.
Conveniently situated, just 0.6 miles from the centre of the village and 1 mile via a nearby bridleway path to Frensham Great Pond. The countryside surrounding Churt is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and of Great Landscape Value and is within the Green Belt. This area is renowned for its commons and walking and riding country, much within the ownership of the National Trust. Churt is a popular, thriving village with a real sense of community, with a church, infant and nursery schools, inns, local shops and post office, village hall, and a range of village activities including tennis, cricket and football clubs. A bus service connects the old towns of Farnham and Haslemere, with comprehensive shopping, schools and regular trains to London Waterloo in under the hour. The A3 London/Portsmouth road at Hindhead tunnel is about 3 miles.
The property is approached via a five bar electric operated gate leading to a gravel driveway flanked by mature hedging. The driveway provides ample parking. Mature hedges also surround the gardens giving a high degree of seclusion, with the main garden mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubs and plants adorned throughout. To the immediate rear of the house is a patio ideal for entertaining, whilst at the rear of the garden is a home office complete with power, lighting and electric heating. There is a charming and enclosed walled courtyard accessed via the kitchen and ideal for a summer’s morning cup of tea.
Part a former Chapel
3 Reception Rooms
Off road parking
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