This lovley house has a distinctive period character with an abundance of exposed timbers, two inglenook fireplaces and considerable charm. Whist there is no documented evidence, hearsay records that the house probably dates from the 17th century and was originally a pair of forester’s cottages and with later additions over the years. The elevations are of mellow brick with casement windows under a largely tiled roof. The house enjoys a welcoming atmosphere and attracts a lot of sun with principle west and south aspects with views across its own land and the countryside beyond. Undoubtfully Heath Hill offers a splendid combination of space, recreational facilities and land for the family.
Occupying a private and rural position within the rolling countryside of east Hampshire and just above the ancient village of Crondall (about 1.2 miles) with its school, church, Inns, shop, golf course and sports ground. The old market town of Farnham nestling beneath its castle and park is about 2.8 miles distant with a comprehensive range of, shops, restaurants, cafes, Farnham Maltings and a sports centre. There is an excellent range of private and state schools in the area, and easy access to the M3 and the national motorway network. Mainline stations are located at Fleet, Whinchfield and Farnham for London Heathrow and Gatwick.
Providing a wonderful and large natural setting with grazing, woodland and colourful formal garden. A macadam drive curves between lawns flanking the park and with a sweep with ample parking adjacent to the house. A brick terrace runs the full width of the south side with climbers including wisteria against the house and lawns adjoining with many shrubs, an old brick well head and borders against a mature brick wall. A gate leads to a paved rose garden. On the south side in a natural enclosure formed by beech hedging, post and rail and a wall is the swimming pool within a lawned setting. Lawned areas spread away towards the hard tennis court and with fruit trees to the side. The park has a south western slope and spreads away studded with oaks and with field gate access off the drive and at its lower end into Heath Lane. A belt of mainly deciduous woodland with springs and spring bulbs encircles to the east and south providing excellent walks and a recreational area. The whole extends to about 10.7 aces. (4.3 ha)
The Vendor has advised us that, following subsidence structural stabilisation work was carried out in 2010.