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A wonderful and rarely available Grade II Listed town house with classic Georgian brick facade set out on four floors and extending to over 3,600 square feet of space. All the hallmarks of Georgian architecture and proportions remain with high ceilings, moulded cornicing, long sash windows with shutters, attractive arched alcoves, feature fireplaces in the bedrooms and fireplaces in the principal reception rooms. In recent times the house has been the subject of some sympathetic renovation and improvement and the house is now nicely presented with traditional oak flooring through the main reception areas. The kitchen is modern fitted with a comprehensive range of cream cabinets with wooden work surfaces and integrated gas hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge and freezer and there are doors from the breakfast room to the rear garden. There are additional rooms in the basement and 3 reception rooms to the ground and first floor and with bedrooms on the first and second floors with 2 bathrooms. In all a wonderful opportunity to secure a lovely town centre home.
The house is prominently positioned in West Street within the central conservation area of the town. Farnham itself is an historic former market town on the Surrey - Hampshire border, recognised for its castle, wide principal streets and fine Georgian architecture. The house is conveniently situated in the centre of town close to an excellent range of shops, pubs and restaurants, education and cultural facilities which includes The Maltings Art Centre and sports centre. There is a mainline station with trains to Waterloo within the hour and excellent communications to the A3 and the M3. There are a variety of golf courses in the vicinity, and highly regarded public and private schools all within easy reach as are the miles of open countryside ideal for walking and riding, much of which is under the ownership of the National Trust.
There are doors from the kitchen and first floor bedroom providing access into the gardens where immediately adjoining the house is a stone-paved secluded terrace ideal for entertaining and relaxing. There are steps leading up to the main garden totalling some 140 feet in length. This is a delightful feature of the house with beautifully manicured level lawns and miniature box hedging with well stocked flower beds and borders providing a variety of mature shrubs, specimen trees and numerous plants, all enclosed with high brick walls creating a wonderful and sheltered oasis in the heart of the town centre.
There is a flying freehold over the adjoining garage belonging to No 90 West Street.
first floor drawing room
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