*Unexpectedly back on the market 29/12/20 - offered with no onward chain*. A beautifully presented three-bedroom detached family home with breath-taking views across a valley. Situated in a sought-after location, just 15 mins walk to Haslemere Mainline Station. The ground floor living space has been extended and fully refurbished to the highest standard including a stunning kitchen and many more outstanding features to be found. The property also benefits from full planning permission & plans for a second storey extension.
The front door to the welcoming geometric patterned porcelain tiled hallway leads to a sliding door to the study/snug, stairs to the first floor and doorway to the stunning kitchen/dining room. The kitchen/ dining room is flooded with light from full length crittall style white aluminium window and doors, which lead to the garden. The high spec kitchen/diner has been thoughtfully designed to be both stylish and practical, with clean lines and cleaver storage. A beautifully presented wall of tall units includes two integrated, side by side full sized steam ovens, integrated larder fridge, larder freezer and plenty of storage space. The impressive quartz stone central peninsular houses a large AEG induction hob with a flush to the ceiling high spec extractor hood, undermount quartz sink and dishwasher. The peninsular includes a large breakfast bar, comfortably seating 5 people. The lighting has been thoughtfully designed to include stylish glass pendant lamps over the peninsular and inset LED spotlights, which are all dimmable to create the right ambience throughout the day. There is plenty of space for a large dining room table and chairs. A setback area with storage/drawers is currently used as a coffee bar.
A sliding door leads to a small hallway to the walk in, fully shelved larder, doors which conceal a washing machine and Worcester Bosch boiler, and door to the downstairs wet room. The wet room adds a touch of luxury with underfloor heating, large Grohe shower, countertop basin and Duravit wall mounted toilet.
Double sliding doors from the kitchen/diner open into the sitting room which has a large square bay, and picture window which has the most amazing views all year round, showcasing the changing seasons.
The light and stylish finish of the ground floor is enhanced by the White Kahrs engineered wood flooring used throughout.
Upstairs on the 1st floor there is a family bathroom with shower over the bath and separate Victorian style mixer taps. There is also a separate cloakroom with hand basin.
The large bright master bedroom has a built-in cupboard and clever separate double wardrobe hanging space, white wooden floors and a large picture window overlooking the rear garden.
The second bedroom is a generous double with white wooden floors, domed ceiling and a large picture window which looks over the front terrace garden.
The third bedroom is a double aspect single room with great views.
The property is offered for sale with full planning permission for a second storey extension which will increase the floor space of each room and the master will face forward with a large en-suite and fitted wardrobe and will include a family bathroom and separate shower room. [Plans available upon request].
The property is set in an elevated position which commands stunning views over the valley towards Blackdown Hill. The garden itself has been extensively landscaped creating a range of large terraces all filled with well stocked flower beds and a wonderful variety of mature trees and shrubs. There are steps to each terrace, which comprise a large lawned area, a patio for outside dining, a natural garden with fishpond and water feature, a veg patch level, further patio level and finally leading to a large glass greenhouse and garden shed. The garden shed is fully insulated with electricity supply. To the rear of the garden is a gateway which leads onto Polecat Valley National Trust land and beyond to Hindhead Common and the Devils Punch Bowl.
Cherry Tree Avenue is in a prime location, ideally located for Wey Hill and Haslemere Town Centre. On the doorstep are the shops of Wey Hill which includes a M&S Foodhall, Tesco Supermarket, Lion’s Den Coffee House, Dylan’s Milk Barn (ice cream parlour) and many independent shops. Haslemere Town centre is a lively market town, again with a good selection of independent boutiques, restaurants, coffee shops and pubs. There are two leisure centres (one with a swimming pool). Within walking distance are an Ofsted rated Outstanding infant school, Ofsted rated Good junior school and an Ofsted rated Good secondary school. Within walking distance from National Trust land which includes Polecat Valley (that has some of the oldest and largest Redwoods in the County) and the Devil’s Punch Bowl which has stunning countryside views. The property has excellent road and rail links with Haslemere Station a 15 minute walk away with direct trains to Waterloo (under 55 mins) and the A3 is easily accessible and provides links to the M25 to Heathrow and Gatwick airports as well as the south coast.
Prompt viewing is recommended and by appointment only.
Cocoon (UK) endeavour to maintain accurate depictions of properties in Virtual Tours, Floor Plans and descriptions, however, these are intended only as a guide and purchasers must satisfy themselves by personal inspection.