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Located opposite Bentley mainline station and therefore ideal for the commuter is this fine and most attractive 5 bedroom period family home located in this popular village just outside Farnham. The house was originally built in 1855 as a village inn known as The Railway Arms and remained as one of the Courage Inns until the early 1970's. Now a house it provides spacious, easy and comfortable accommodation which is ideal for a growing family in this most pleasant spot. There are good reception rooms on the ground floor with a useful basement/games room, a fitted kitchen, utility room, and a conservatory. To the first floor are 5 bedrooms, one with ensuite and additional family bathroom and separate shower room. In all a super house with mature gardens in a convenient and accessible location.
The house has an ideal setting off a no through lane combining rural views whilst being opposite the mainline railway station to London Waterloo. The village of Bentley offers a strong community with a church, shop, two public houses and highly regarded primary school. Much of the appeal of Bentley is its location amidst fine Hampshire countryside in between the villages of Crondall, Binsted and Froyle and the regional towns of Farnham, Alton and Guildford. The surrounding countryside provides ample opportunity for many country pursuits. There are a number of footpaths over the nearby Forestry Commission land, with dog walks the just the other side of the railway line, leading directly to Alice Holt Forest. The market towns of Farnham and Alton provide a comprehensive range of facilities and schooling for all age groups. The nearby A31 provides a route to the A3 and M3 linking to London, the south coast and beyond.
The house sits in a most attractive situation with grounds and gardens totalling 0.8 of an acre. As you enter the block paved driveway there is ample parking and turnaround for numerous cars and access to a single garage and double car port. The front garden is mainly paved and has box hedging picket fencing borders. Pedestrian access to the rear garden with a wonderful patio area ideal for entertaining and relaxing, with open views looking down the garden and stunning rural views over open fields beyond. A good expanse of lawns adorns the main garden, with tall hedges at boundaries and mature shrubs and plants throughout. There is a substantial summer house and workshop. In total a wonderful garden with a lovely aspect.
Opposite Bentley mainline station
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