Constructed in 2000, Huntersfold is well built of concrete ‘block and beam’ construction to the ground and first floors, giving a ‘solid’ house with excellent insulation for both sound and heat with a recently fitted boiler system providing economic, efficient heating and excellent water pressure. The house benefits from Travertine floors throughout the kitchen/breakfast room and utility room, with the kitchen and breakfast area benefitting from underfloor heating as well as the newly built ‘Orangery’ added in 2019 at the same time as new ‘Anglian’ windows were fitted throughout. The bathrooms feature bespoke built-in units to provide excellent storage. As a modern house, Huntersfold offers thoughtfully laid out, well-proportioned family accommodation over three floors.
Huntersfold offers everything you would expect from a modern family house, with an atrium hallway, benefitting from a large glazed window to the first floor allowing this space to be flooded with natural light. The principle rooms of the property are rear facing, with their southerly elevation and large windows affording wonderful views over the terraces, garden, open countryside and beyond.
Huntersfold is enviably situated on one of the most sought after roads in Haslemere. The town offers excellent shopping facilities for day to day needs, a tennis club, The Herons Leisure Centre and a mainline train station, with services to London Waterloo in under the hour. More comprehensive shopping facilities are available in the nearby towns of Godalming and Guildford. There is an excellent choice of schools in the area, including The Royal School and St Ives Haslemere, St Edmunds, Amesbury at Hindhead and Highfield School in Liphook. Other schools in the area include Charterhouse at Godalming and Barrow Hills at Witley. Communications are excellent with London being within 45 miles and the A3 at Hindhead giving access to the south coast, the M25 and Heathrow, Gatwick and Southampton airports. Sporting facilities include golf at Hindhead, Liphook and Chiddingfold, racing at Goodwood and Fontwell, polo at Cowdray Park and sailing off the south coast at Chichester. The surrounding countryside provides excellent opportunities for walking and riding.
The property is accessed via an in-and-out driveway off Tennyson’s Lane, and is set well back behind mature mixed hedges and electric gates with additional trade gate. To the rear, sun terraces and decking lead directly off the back of the house providing entertaining space during the summer months. The deck leading directly off the kitchen has steps which lead down over a series of terraces and beyond to the heated swimming pool and sun terrace. The gardens have been professionally designed and landscaped with the swimming pool area and terrace carved out of the earth providing a fabulous space for family enjoyment and relaxation. Beautifully maintained, the principal, formal portion of the gardens feature a full irrigation system and also benefit from being fully illuminated at night.
We are advised by our clients that the property has mains water, electricity, gas fired central heating and private drainage.
Local Authority - Waverley Borough Council
Master bedroom with dressing room and en-suite bathroom