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White Stones is an extremely well presented home enjoying stunning rural views across grounds towards adjoining farmland and countryside. The charming property is believed to date from 1928, with mellow elevations under a tiled roof and double glazed windows. The house offers superb character accommodation which has been beautifully and thoughtfully modernised by the current owner. There is oak flooring throughout most of the property. The home also boasts a high quality kitchen, modern bathroom, as well as a fantastic sitting room with far reaching southerly views across the garden and grounds to the rear. The sitting room has a charming restored fireplace, and a good sized reception hall - also used as a study. The kitchen benefits from cream colour units and granite work surfaces, and opens into a utility room and a vaulted family/dining room. Three double bedrooms benefit from the garden views, and the dual aspect master has an en suite. The modern family bathroom is stylishly designed featuring a freestanding bath, swan neck tap and a lip-less shower.
Located in a semi-rural position with wonderful countryside surrounding, yet within about 1.2 miles of Liphook village. The village offers an excellent range of shops, supermarket and everyday facilities. Liphook station on the Portsmouth/Waterloo main line is within about 1.7 miles. There is an excellent choice of both state and private schools in the vicinity including Bohunt Academy and Sixth Form. More comprehensive facilities are available in the town of Haslemere within about 5.5 miles and there are good links from Liphook to the A3. The surrounding countryside is renowned for its natural outstanding beauty with much under the ownership of the National Trust.
DOUBLE LENGTH GARAGE.
The property is approached through the front sweeping driveway leading to a parking area and turning circle with brick edging and areas of lawn on either side, consisting of a variety of trees and shrubs. Side access leads to the adjoining garden which has a vegetable plot and greenhouse screened by hedging and fencing. The rear garden is not overlooked and is laid mostly to lawn. It is also interspersed with patios, shrubs and fruit trees. Steps lead to a secluded area overlooking the farmland and affording the views towards Conford and National Trust land beyond. The gardens are wonderfully appealing which offers privacy, surrounds the whole property, is easily managed and needs to be viewed to appreciate the quality of this home.
SERVICES: All Main Services. Gas Fired Central Heating. Double Glazing.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: East Hampshire District Council
Master Bedroom with En Suite Shower Room
Three Further Bedrooms
Range of Garden Stores
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