An impressive 6 bed family home with an amazing floorplan on a 1.5 acre gated plot with modern interior fittings, yet still retaining a rustic country feel. Conveniently located with Haslemere Station just 1.5 miles away and good selection of independent and state schools on the doorstep. M&S Foodhall, shops and amenities of Weyhill are just over mile away and the house is in walking distance of Lynchmere Common and Marley Common.
The front door opens into the inner hallway where the stairs are situated with a handy under stairs cupboard.
A wooden door from the Hallway leads into the spacious formal Dining Room with wooden laminate floor and French doors which again open onto the main terrace.
Double glazed doors from the Dining Room open onto the impressive 36ft Reception Room with triple aspect windows and modern bi-folding doors to the main terrace. The Reception Room has a flagstone floor throughout inset ceiling spotlights and the focal point of this room is the large log burner with handmade Bath Stone fireplace surround and mantelpiece. A range of modern built in cupboards are located across one wall at the end of the room with central area for a wall hung television. The windows overlook the front and side gardens. This is a great entertaining space, retaining the charm of a country house with modern fittings.
Leading off the Hallway is a door to the impressive triple aspect, open plan Kitchen/Breakfast Room with solid wood kitchen with black marble worktops and a marbled floor. There is a central wooden topped peninsular with cupboards and drawers for extra storage. The Breakfast area has an original brick wall and fireplace with usefully inset shelving to one side. There are plenty of wooden storage cupboards and drawers both low level and wall hung, including a superb larder cupboard with pull put drawers and shelves, an integrated dishwasher, large SMEG range cooker and inset double sink which overlooks the gardens? There is plenty of space for an American style fridge/freezer. A handy stable door leads onto the main terrace. large windows throughout make this a lovely bright room.
From the Hallway, back past the stairs, is the separate Utility Room again with a range of wooden storage cupboards, sink and cupboards housing the boiler. There is a handy cloakroom just inside from a further back door that leads to the main terrace. There is a downstairs shower room, although this is currently set up with washing machine and tumble drier. There is a large window over the sink shedding natural light into the room. This room has plenty of space for a further free standing fridge/freezer and hanging space for coats and storage for muddy shows and boots.
A traditional flight of stairs with banister rail and spindles leads to the first-floor landing with windows overlooking the main terrace area.
Off the Inner Landing are four bedrooms.
The impressive Master Bedroom has a vaulted, wooden beamed ceiling and bi-folding doors that open onto the wooden balcony with glass surround, which has views of the garden and countryside beyond. A freestanding wall divides the main room and the dressing/walk through wardrobe area which has and has full length floor to ceiling wardrobes, drawers and cupboards with its own lighting and is accessed from either side. The Master Bedroom has a full en-suite bathroom with double sinks inset on a marble topped vanity unit, freestanding bath with Victorian style mixer taps, a large walk in rainwater shower, Victorian style towel rail and WC. The Master En-Suite has a stone tiled floor and also throughout the shower.
Bedroom 2 overlooks the front of the property and has a double set of windows which make this a bright room. This room is a large double with plenty of space for bedroom furniture, sofa, desk etc an excellent bedroom for a teenager.
Bedroom 3 is a good sized double room with window overlooking the front garden. There is a fitted wardrobe with hanging space and drawers. This bedroom has its own full en-suite bathroom with a solid wooden floor, freestanding Victorian style claw foot bath with Victorian mixer taps, double tiled inset rainwater shower with sliding doors. There is also a Victorian style handbasin, WC, Victorian style towel rail and handy storage cupboards and shelving. This is an exceptionally bright room with two large velux windows.
Bedroom 4 is a pretty room, at the rear of the property, with a feature Victorian fireplace and is an ideal nursery room being a large single in size with a window that overlooks the terrace.
The stunning Family Bathroom is an airy, spacious and sunny room with a super white wooden floor, dado rail separating the wall and wooden cladding and is fitted with a large modern freestanding bath, double basins sitting atop a wooden unit with storage underneath and WC. The centerpiece of the room is the large, double ended walk in, rainwater shower.
From first floor landing is a further staircase to the Top Floor.
The stairs lead up to an open area which lends itself to an office/study area with a velux window for natural light and deep storage cupboards. A sliding door reveals a convenient modern WC and hand basin.
There are two further bedrooms on this floor.
Bedroom 5 is a bright double room.
Bedroom 6 is another, very large room with a fitted pull out storage unit, eaves storage cupboard access and a window to the front and a velux window to the side offering light and fresh air.
The entire ground floor has underfloor heating and the first floor landing and all bedrooms are carpeted with radiators for heating via gas central heating.
As you approach the house, the wooden gates open onto a brick, paved driveway to the front of the house which has parking for four cars. Looking up from the driveway towards the front of the house is a large area for shrubs and plants amongst the inset stone feature. Steps from the driveway lead up to the front of the house which has a small height brick wall to both left and right. The formal style frontage has a series of low level box square hedges inset with decorative gravel, deep flower borders separated by further box hedging and paving which runs around the entire house. There is a traditional brick and tiled porchway (with Yorkstone floor) to the front door. The porchway also has convenient wooden benches for removing muddy boots and shoes!
The house sits on a 1.5 acre plot with multi use areas, including a large gravelled terrace and patio with separate areas for outdoor dining, with a BBQ area, which are accessed from each room on the ground floor. There is an area of raised planters surrounding the terrace which provide color throughout the year. The main lawn is to the rear with an amazing Summer House with Sedum roof, with further storage rooms attached. Beyond the lawn is an area of woodland.
To one end of the garden is a large pond (fenced off) with beautiful waterlillies and bulrushes, amongst other water plants - this is a really super nature feature.
There are various pathways that dot around the whole garden area with mature shrubs, flower beds and trees lining same which burst into color during the different seasons.
To the far end of the garden, cleverly concealed from the front of the house, is a large range of outbuildings suitable for chickens and small livestock with a small enclosed area for grazing. There is also a series of vegetable/fruit cage raised beds.
The property is located in popular Hammerwood on the very outskirts of the highly desirable market town of Haslemere. A short walk from the local shops of Camelsdale and the recreation area with sports pitch and clubhouse for a variety of clubs and a playground for younger children. Shottermill Ponds are also nearby where ducks and geese return to each year to raise their young. Lynchmere Common and Marley Common are also nearby, great for walking dogs and spotting wildlife.
The property has excellent road and rail links with Haslemere Station 1.5 miles away with direct trains to Waterloo (under 55 mins) and is within easy reach of the A3 to Guildford/London/Portsmouth/Southampton. Lion Green with shops and amenities of Weyhill are just over 1 mile away which include many independent shops, an M&S Foodhall, Tesco Supermarket, Lion’s Den Coffee House and Dylan’s Milk Barn (ice cream parlour). Haslemere High Street is just over 2 miles away and 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). Nearby is National Trust land including Polecat Valley (that has some of the oldest and largest Redwoods in the County), the Devil’s Punch Bowl which has stunning countryside views and Black Down.
This immaculate family home is ready to move into and is ideally located to take full advantage of all Haslemere has to offer.
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