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A charming semi-detached character cottage believed to date back to the mid 1920's. The property offers well presented, bright and spacious accommodation in a beautiful semi rural location with scope to enlarge (subject to usual consent). The front door opens into an inner hallway with doors to all rooms and stairs to the first floor, access is also gained to a family bathroom. The property has been extensively improved over the years yet still retains a wealth of charm and character associated with a property of this period. The front aspect sitting room with bay window to the front is further complemented with a gas fire with cast iron Surround and period inset tiles. There is a separate dining room again with a cast iron fireplace, adjacent to the kitchen with double oak doors giving direct access out onto the rear terrace and garden beyond. The kitchen has been well planned with a range of fitted units under an expanse of worktops and integrated appliances with views across the rear garden. The first floor is of equal merit and character, providing three bedrooms, the master bedroom benefits from fitted wardrobes all three bedrooms have pleasant views to open countryside and two of the bedrooms have original fireplaces.
Situated in a private lane the property is "tucked away" in a delightful location with fields to both front and rear. Kingsley Green sits on to the North of Fernhurst village which provides a selection of shops, church, public house and village green but more comprehensive facilities are available in Haslemere which offers a much wider range of facilities including supermarkets, specialist shops and stores as well as a mainline rail link to London Waterloo station in under an hour. The area is renowned for its beautiful countryside which includes many walks and bridle paths as well as vast areas of land much of which is under the ownership of the National Trust. The property sits on the edge of the South Downs National Park.
The property is approached via a tarmacadam driveway providing parking for a number of cars. The remainder of the front garden is laid to lawn with stocked herbaceous borders. To the side there is gated access to the rear of the property providing a wonderfully secluded area, predominately laid to level lawn with a large paved patio providing a private area for outside entertainment. This well tendered garden is fully enclosed with mature hedgerows and fencing leading down to a summer house at the rear of the garden with rolling open countryside beyond.
Services: All Mains Services are connected.
Local Authority: Chichester District Council
Garden front and rear
Semi Rural Location
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