A charming detached country house, understood to have origins over 200 years ago, with later additions in the 1930's and more recently in the 1980's. Elevations are colour washed rendered under a tiled roof. The property features a wealth of oak joinery and benefits from three excellent reception rooms. It is fair to say the property could now benefit from modernisation and improvement, however it provides a fabulous opportunity to either remodel or extend subject to planning. The property is set within delightful secluded grounds, with the benefit of a paddock, extending in all to about 6.5 acres.
Situated in the small rural hamlet of Standford within about 3.5 miles of Liphook with its range of shops, recreational facilities and station on the Waterloo/Portsmouth main line. There is a good choice of both state and private schools in the vicinity. The nearby towns of Farnham and Haslemere, both about 7 miles, provide more comprehensive facilities. There are many acres of fine countryside close at hand including much under the ownership of the National Trust.
INTEGRAL DOUBLE GARAGE: 22'6 x 16'4 with up-and-over door. BOILER ROOM. SUMMER HOUSE. BLOCK BUILT GARDEN STORE. GROUNDS: These are a charming feature of the property providing a mature and secluded setting. The house is approached by a long sweeping tarmac and gravel drive which terminates to the front of the garage, providing parking for several vehicles. There are extensive lawns interspersed with several specimen shrubs and trees. To the rear, there is a paved sun terrace with further lawn beyond, with borders of flowering and herbaceous shrubs including several azaleas. Beyond the formal garden is a vegetable garden and small orchard. A five bar gate gives access to a paddock of 5 acres. In total the GROUNDS EXTEND TO ABOUT 6.5 ACRES.
SERVICES: Mains Water, Electricity and Gas. Private Drainage. Gas Fired Central Heating.
LOCAL AUTHORITY; East Hampshire District Council
Master Bedroom with Dressing Room and En Suite Bathroom
Three Further Bedrooms