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A beautifully presented 4 bedroom detached cottage believed to date back to the mid-1700s with detached guest annexe in the gardens. The property has been extensively renovated by the current owners to a high standard yet still retains a wealth of charm and character associated with a building of this period; including oak mantel fireplaces, original oak-framed casement windows and exposed reclaimed floor boards. The cottage offers a bright and airy hand-finished family kitchen/ breakfast room with French doors to the terrace and gardens, a separate dining room with garden access and an oak-beamed sitting room full of original charm. The first floor is of equal merit, providing four bedrooms with ensuite to master, three further bedrooms and a fitted family bathroom. A detached garden cottage with exposed beams and open fireplace, is currently used as a guest annexe. It is centrally-heated with an open-plan kitchenette, integrated fridge/ freezer and induction hob. Plus ensuite bathroom. In addition, there is a fully fitted office with separate entrance and an oak barn providing games room/ garage, workshop and loft. All with power, lighting and heating.
Vine Cottage is situated in the hamlet of Rushmoor, between Tilford, Churt and Frensham villages, all with local amenities and highly sought after infant schools, feeding to Waverley Abbey and South Farnham. From the front and rear gates of Vine Cottage, cross the lanes to enjoy National Trust land, Frensham Ponds and Hankley Common, both areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Sites of Scientific Interest. Footpaths to the top of the Devil’s Jumps for impressive 360-degree views across the county. Access to country tracks, cycle routes or bridleways to award-winning local hostelries, including the renowned Bell & Dragon, the Duke of Cambridge and the Barley Mow at Tilford. The historic towns of Farnham and Haslemere are approximately six miles distance and offer a comprehensive range of facilities including main line railway on the London Waterloo line. The A3 and M3 are easily accessible offering rapid links to London, the south coast and the national motorway network.
Approached over a gravel driveway with parking and turning for several cars. The private and level gardens are a particular feature with mature
planting and trees, a courtyard area, archway to a secret garden area, two established ponds, a kitchen garden with raised beds, an oak pergola with covered barbeque and dining area for summer entertaining.
In addition to the outbuildings there are well-thought out garden storage and log stores. At the rear of the garden there is a fully enclosed chicken coop and double gated access to sandy lane. In all gardens and grounds of .25 of an acre.
garden cottage/ guest annexe
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