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A Grade II Listed period farmhouse of great character, sympathetically modernised and enlarged in recent years. Understood to have origins in the 16th century it is presented with attractive part brick, tile hung and timbered elevations under a tiled roof. There are many period features including a wealth of exposed beams, inglenook fireplace with wood burner in the sitting room, bread oven and wood burner in the family room and vaulted ceilings in the bedrooms. Further features include extensive terracotta Fired Earth tiles and custom fitted kitchen with oak units and Rayburn. In addition there is a magnificent Grade II Listed 17th century barn which offers great potential for alternative uses subject to obtaining the appropriate planning consent. There is also lapsed planning consent for the erection of a 3-bay car shed with one bay enclosed together with office or other accommodation above.
Occupying a delightful rural setting on the Surrey/Hampshire border, with many acres of riding and walking country close at hand, including much under the ownership of the National Trust. Headley village is within about 1 mile, offering a range of everyday shops, pub and church. More comprehensive facilities are available in Grayshott and Liphook, the latter having a station on the Waterloo/Portsmouth main line. The village of Bentley is about 7 miles offering a station on the fast Alton/Waterloo service. The towns of Haslemere and Farnham are about 7 miles.
The property is approached by a 5 bar gate and gravel driveway providing parking for several vehicles. To one side is a handsome Grade II Listed period BARN (58'10 x 18'6) with stone elevations relieved by brick quoins under a tiled roof with superb exposed internal timbers. Adjoining the cottage is a formal garden laid mainly to lawns with flower borders, masses of bulbs, and some mature trees including oak and eucalyptus. Beyond the formal garden a 5 bar gate leads to a small orchard comprising a variety of fruit trees. In all the grounds extend to about 1.3 acres.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: East Hampshire District Council, Penns Place, Petersfield, Hampshire 01730 266551
SERVICES: Mains Water and Electricity. Private Drainage. Oil Fired Central Heating.
First Floor Cloakroom
Fitted Kitchen with Rayburn
Substantial Period Barn (58' x 18'6)
Formal Garden and Orchard in about 1.3 Acres
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