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This fine Edwardian home has undergone considerable improvements in recent years. With its many original features, it retains a wealth of charm and character associated with a property of this period.
The house is approached via a covered porch; the original front door opens into the light and spacious entrance hall, with access to the cloakroom and under-stairs storage space. The front aspect living room features an open fireplace with a limestone surround and contrasting slate hearth, as well as the large bay window. The adjoining dining room, accessed through wooden folding doors, is of equal merit and has a coal-effect gas fire set in a period wooden surround. French doors lead to the rear terrace and landscaped gardens. The hall leads to the light and airy breakfast room – and through to the kitchen, with its fantastic view of the rear gardens.
The kitchen features a range of solid wood cabinets with contrasting granite work surfaces, a Belfast sink and quarry-tiled floor. Integrated appliances include a Neff gas hob, double oven and dishwasher and a Bosch fridge/freezer.
On the first floor, the generous master bedroom features a large bay window and original fireplace; the adjoining dressing room could be used as a further bedroom or converted into an en-suite shower room. A further double bedroom has a built-in wardrobe and garden views, whilst the third double bedroom enjoys a dual aspect and a wash hand basin. The family bathroom suite comprises a wc, two wash hand basins with vanity units and bath with power shower.
The top floor comprises two additional double bedrooms, one of which is currently used as a library. Both rooms offer access to the eaves, which provide ample accessible storage space.
The property is in the popular South Farnborough area, within easy reach of the town centre, the M3 at junction 4a and Farnborough mainline station, which offers direct access to London Waterloo in 38 minutes. The area is noted for its excellent local schools and colleges and is close to the popular King George V playing fields.
The property benefits from a single detached garage with light and power. The side gate leads to the beautifully landscaped rear gardens, enclosed by mature trees, shrubs and herbaceous borders: the ideal setting for alfresco dining and entertaining. The overall plot approaches 0.25 acre and offers a high degree of privacy. There are several seating areas, including a patio with pergola and wooden gazebo. A shingle footpath leads down to a wide expanse of lawn and two garden stores.
The property also features a large detached, oak-framed garden room with vaulted ceiling, oak floor, sliding doors, light and power. Currently used as a games room, this versatile building offers a variety of potential alternative uses, such as a home office, workshop or studio.
a plot approaching 0.25 of an acre
single detached garage
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