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Forming part of this wonderful, late Victorian country house, converted in the mid 1980s, character house backing onto National Trust land conveniently located for Hindhead Common. Originally built in 1893 and converted in the mid 1980s into a handful of separate dwellings all of which were given their own garden and section of woodland. Arranged over three floors comprises an entrance porch leading to an internal hall with doors to the kitchen/breakfast room with external double doors leading out towards the terrace, aswell as doors to a downstairs family bathroom, a 4th bedroom/study and a main reception with a beautiful window and glass panelled door overlooking the rear garden. A further internal door leads through to another reception (currently used as a bedroom). On the first floor there is large reception room (easily used as a generous bedroom) and a further double bedroom to the rear. On the second floor is a generous family bathroom and one more double bedroom.
Nestled amongst beautiful woodland Honeyhanger is located in between Haslemere and Hindhead, surrounded by acres of National Trust Land including Polecat Valley and The Devils Punchbowl providing scope for many outdoor pursuits. The property is set back from the Hindhead road on an elevated plot on the Northern fringes of Haslemere, the town offers a comprehensive range of shopping facilities, as well as regular rail services to London Waterloo station in under an hour. The schooling in Haslemere is excellent both private and state run, catering for most age groups.
Honeyhanger is approached along an attractive driveway which winds its way through woodland to a parking area at the front of the property. There is additional parking in a separate area nearby. To the rear there is a paved terrace on two sides with the majority of the garden being mainly laid to lawn with a fenced area within it’s boundaries which then extend to approximately 1.1 acres before merging into National Trust woodland.
Two reception rooms
Attractive rear garden
Backing onto woodland
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