Standford House is an imposing detached Victorian house understood to date originally from 1861, presented with brick elevations under a slate roof. It benefits from several original features including ceiling cornices, fireplaces and sash windows. The property has been extended to the ground floor by the current owner and now offers a versatile layout. Part of the ground floor accommodation could be easily adapted as a self-contained annexe. Features include a fine open plan fitted kitchen/breakfast room with a dining area to one end and two further reception rooms. To the first floor, there are five bedrooms with an excellent master suite and separate dressing room.
Situated in the small rural hamlet of Standford within about 3.5 miles of Liphook with its range of shops, recreational facilities and station on the Waterloo/Portsmouth main line. There is a wide choice of both state and private schools in the vicinity including Churchers Junior School, Highfield and Bohunt Academy. The towns of Farnham and Haslemere are both about 8 miles, providing more comprehensive facilities. There are many acres of fine countryside close at hand, including much under the ownership of the National Trust.
Detached Triple Garage with timber doors and light and power connected.
The property is approached by a sweeping driveway planted with specialist shrubs and trees. The garden to the front is laid to lawn with a large island bed and is screened by a laurel hedge and fencing. To the rear is a further area of lawn with extensive area of light woodland which includes a disused cowshed. There is a meadow which leads to a fenced paddock. In all the grounds extend to about 2.58 acres.
Services: All Main Services. Gas Fired Central Heating.
Local Authority: East Hampshire District Council
Master Bedroom with Dressing Room & En Suite Bathroom
Four Further Bedrooms
Open Plan Kitchen/Breakfast/Dining Room