Cobwebs occupies an enviable central village location opposite the village shop and close to the recreation grounds and village school. Approached via a shared in and out driveway, a step and covered entrance porch leads to part glazed front door into an entrance hall off which there is a cloakroom with close coupled WC and wash hand basin. A half glazed door leads to an inner hall off which the ground floor accommodation and stairs leads to a galleried first floor landing floor landing. The sitting room is a delightful double aspect room with coved ceiling and a sliding door onto a southerly facing terrace ideal for al fresco dining. The dining room comprises a coved ceiling and under stairs storage cupboard. The kitchen comprises a range of wall, floor and drawer units with associated work surfacing, sink unit with mixer tap, four ring gas hob with electric oven under, wall mounted gas fired boiler, coved ceiling, under counter appliance spaces, space for a fridge freezer and a part glazed door to outside. The first floor landing is of good size with access to loft the space. There are three double bedrooms, the main bedroom overlooks the rear garden and across the rooftops and beyond towards Marley Common/South Downs National Park. Rounding off accommodation is a family bathroom comprising close coupled WC, pedestal wash hand basin, panel bath with mixer tap and shower attachment , extractor fan and part title walls.
Outside is a tarmac driveway shared with the neighbour. Access to the rear garden is through the side of the house and from the kitchen and sitting room. The garden enjoys a fine southerly aspect and comprises a good size terrace, garden store shed, outside water tap and steps lead to a two tier expanse of lawn. The lawn is edged by panel fencing, hedging and is interspersed by a pear tree, and range of mature shrubs and plants. Ideal for someone wanting a central village location, parking and a good size garden.
The property is located on the western fringes of Haslemere in this popular village of Camelsdale. There is a village pub, convenience store, garage and primary school, all within easy access. Situated close to acres of land owned by the National Trust providing many opportunities for walking, cycling and riding. Haslemere is situated on the borders between Surrey, Sussex and Hampshire and is well placed for access to London either via the A3 London to Portsmouth road or via the mainline station to London Waterloo in just under the hour. The town centre offers a wide range of shopping, sporting and leisure facilities. Other facilities in the area include sailing on the south coast, golf courses at Liphook and Hindhead, together with racing at Goodwood and theatres at Chichester and Guildford.
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