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A remarkable Edwardian Grade II listed family house comprising the principal North Wing of this significant former country house. This fine home offers well presented, spacious and elegant accommodation, standing in an elevated position with dramatic southerly aspect views. Approached via a long sweeping driveway leading to an area of parking. Set in extensive mature grounds of in excess of 2.7 acres, situated in this highly regarded semi-rural lane on the outskirts of Haslemere. The light and spacious accommodation is presented to a high standard throughout. The front door opens into a central hallway with doors to all rooms and stairs to the first floor and stairs to the cellar. The property has been extensively refurbished throughout yet still retains a wealth of charm and character associated with a property of this period. The ground floor comprises of a drawing room complemented with a woodburning stove, a family room and for more formal entertaining there is a seperate front aspect dining room with a beautiful wooden herringbone floor. The kitchen is the heart of the home, fitted with an extensive range of units under wooden worktops, a separate utility provides extra storage and space for additional appliances. In addition there is a separate downstairs cloakroom. The cellar with high level windows could easily be converted into a media room or home office, as it currently stands it provides excellent storage.
The first floor is of equal merit, providing three double bedrooms and two family bathrooms. From a bright and airy landing stairs lead up to the second floor, providing three further double bedrooms and an additional bathroom. All four of the rear aspect bedrooms have simply stunning far reaching views.
The property occupies a wonderful private location on high ground just to the north of Haslemere. Despite its semi-rural feel, the location is extremely accessible as well as convenient for the town. The mainline station is within 1.5 mile (Waterloo from about 50 minutes). The A3 is easy to join, 3.5 miles away at Hindhead and from here it is only about 20 miles to the M25. This gives fast access to both Heathrow (43 miles), and Gatwick (41 miles). Central London is only about 42 miles from the house by car. Excellent local school are numerous, and include Aldro, Amesbury, Barrow Hills, Charterhouse, Highfield, Priorsfield, St Edmunds, St Ives and The Royal Junior and Senior Schools. Leisure pursuits are well catered for locally with many thousands of acres of common and National Trust land nearby to explore on foot, bicycle or horseback. There is racing at Fontwell Park and Goodwood, motor racing at Goodwood, sailing at Chichester Harbour and golf at Hindhead, Liphook, West Surrey, Chiddingfold and Goodwood.
The Property is approached via a large gravel driveway providing parking for several vehicles. Set in grounds of in excess of 2.7 acres, the garden is predominately laid to lawn with many mature trees opening to breath-taking views. Adjacent to the rear of the property is a large paved terrace providing a secluded area for outside entertainment.
Gardens just under 5 acres
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