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£530,000
Lion Lane
,
Haslemere
Surrey, GU27 1JD
2
bedrooms
2
Bathrooms
House
Key features
Superbly presented family home - 2 beds and converted attic on popular Lion Lane **Offered Chain Free**
Two bright and spacious double bedrooms with great views
Refurbished Attic Room currently laid out as a third double bedroom
Large sunny sitting room with two areas and includes a large log burner
Bright and spacious kitchen/diner with windows overlooking side patio area
Downstairs cloakroom with walk in shower
Outside dining area and large gardens divided into two areas
Solar panels installed in 2018 which provide low electricity bills and benefits from a solar tariff towards bills
Walking distance to Mainline Station, school, shops and National Trust land
Short drive to the A3 for London/Portsmouth/Southampton
Description

66 Lion Lane is a superbly presented spacious two double bedroom Victorian home with a third refurbished attic room currently laid out as a double bedroom. Having previously been extended to create generous room sizes with modern additions. Situated on the highly sought-after Lion Lane, within a short walk of Shottermill Infants and Junior Schools (rated 'Outstanding' and 'Good' respectively by Ofsted), National Trust Commons, M&S Foodhall, and the shops and amenities of Weyhill. Just over 1 mile from Haslemere High Street and within 0.6 of a mile of the mainline train station.

The property has large high quality solar panels to the front and rear of the roof and were installed in 2018. The electricity bills are very low and the current owner benefits from a solar tariff receiving guaranteed payments for half the electricity generated regardless of how much is actually used.

Ground Floor:

The ground floor comprises a light and spacious sitting room with two areas. Also includes a large burner with brick surround. There is one bay window in the main sitting area with a further window in the second sitting area, both windows have shutters. The windows overlook the private front garden.

The stable door entrance from the side patio leads to a large and bright open plan kitchen/diner. The kitchen area has plenty of storage cupboards, both high level and base units, topped off with a mosiac work surface. There is an integrated dishwasher and gas oven and hob. Also off the kitchen is a utility room which currently houses a washing/dryer. There is a further doorway to the downstairs modern fitted and tiled cloakroom with hand basin, toilet and with walk in shower.

The dining area is a large sociable area which has plenty of space for a large dining table and chairs to one side and to the other options for a sofa/play area. Both kitchen and dining room areas have windows with shutters that overlook the side patio.

First Floor:

On the first floor there is a landing providing access to two, good-sized double bedrooms, each with large windows and shutters. One bedroom features a built-in wardrobe and drawer unit for plenty of storage space overlooking the rear. The bedroom to the front has outstanding views of the valley beyond.

The modern large family bathroom (converted from double bedroom) is decorated in blue mosaic tiles with marbled tile flooring, and is fitted with an exceptionally large bath, stone hand basin, WC.  The bathroom has been cleverly designed to allow plenty of storage space.  A window with great views from the bath completes the room.

Second Floor / Attic room:

A staircase from the landing leads to the attic room which is current currently laid out as a 3rd bedroom. The attic room is bathed in light, benefiting from 2 large Velux windows with views across the rear and to the hills of [North Haslemere].  An exposed brick wall and chimney stacks bring Victorian charm to the refurbished room.  There is also plenty of room for furniture/storage.

Outside:

Steps from the pavement lead to the front of the property which has a traditional front garden with mature flowering shrubs including lavender and climbing plants.  There is also an area of lawn.  The front garden is private and screened from the front by conifers.  A flagstone pathway leads you to the side of the house and through the gate, the flagstones continue through the side courtyard/patio to the kitchen door.  This area is bordered by a raised wooden sleeper flowerbed with built-in seating and provides a spacious al fresco dining area.   Steps lead to the first area of garden which has an area of lawn, a new wooden garden shed and hedges to either side provide privacy.  A bark pathway leads along to the main part of the garden which is laid to lawn with a small pond and plenty of space for a children’s play area.  The end of the garden has great views across the valley.  The garden is surrounded by mature shrubs and hedges which provide an immense amount of colour during Spring and Summer.  The garden is a wildlife dream and benefits from sunny weather throughout the day.

Location:

The property is located on popular Lion Lane which is a short walk from the shops of Weyhill which include many independent shops and an M&S Foodhall, Tesco Supermarket, Lion’s Den Coffee House and Dylan’s Milk Barn (ice cream parlour).  Haslemere Town Centre is 1.4 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).  On Lion Lane itself are the Ofsted Rated Good Shottermill Primary and Junior Schools.  On the doorstep is 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 1.1 miles away with direct trains to Waterloo (under 55 mins) and is within easy reach of the A3 to Guildford/London/Portsmouth/Southampton.

This stunning family home is ready to move into and is ideally located to take full advantage of all Haslemere has to offer.

Prompt viewing is recommended and by appointment only.


66 Lion Lane is a superbly presented spacious two double bedroom Victorian home with a third refurbished attic room currently laid out as a double bedroom. Having previously been extended to create generous room sizes with modern additions. Situated on the highly sought-after Lion Lane, within a short walk of Shottermill Infants and Junior Schools (rated 'Outstanding' and 'Good' respectively by Ofsted), National Trust Commons, M&S Foodhall, and the shops and amenities of Weyhill. Just over 1 mile from Haslemere High Street and within 0.6 of a mile of the mainline train station.

The property has large high quality solar panels to the front and rear of the roof and were installed in 2018. The electricity bills are very low and the current owner benefits from a solar tariff receiving guaranteed payments for half the electricity generated regardless of how much is actually used.

Ground Floor:

The ground floor comprises a light and spacious sitting room with two areas. Also includes a large burner with brick surround. There is one bay window in the main sitting area with a further window in the second sitting area, both windows have shutters. The windows overlook the private front garden.

The stable door entrance from the side patio leads to a large and bright open plan kitchen/diner. The kitchen area has plenty of storage cupboards, both high level and base units, topped off with a mosiac work surface. There is an integrated dishwasher and gas oven and hob. Also off the kitchen is a utility room which currently houses a washing/dryer. There is a further doorway to the downstairs modern fitted and tiled cloakroom with hand basin, toilet and with walk in shower.

The dining area is a large sociable area which has plenty of space for a large dining table and chairs to one side and to the other options for a sofa/play area. Both kitchen and dining room areas have windows with shutters that overlook the side patio.

First Floor:

On the first floor there is a landing providing access to two, good-sized double bedrooms, each with large windows and shutters. One bedroom features a built-in wardrobe and drawer unit for plenty of storage space overlooking the rear. The bedroom to the front has outstanding views of the valley beyond.

The modern large family bathroom (converted from double bedroom) is decorated in blue mosaic tiles with marbled tile flooring, and is fitted with an exceptionally large bath, stone hand basin, WC.  The bathroom has been cleverly designed to allow plenty of storage space.  A window with great views from the bath completes the room.

Second Floor / Attic room:

A staircase from the landing leads to the attic room which is current currently laid out as a 3rd bedroom. The attic room is bathed in light, benefiting from 2 large Velux windows with views across the rear and to the hills of [North Haslemere].  An exposed brick wall and chimney stacks bring Victorian charm to the refurbished room.  There is also plenty of room for furniture/storage.

Outside:

Steps from the pavement lead to the front of the property which has a traditional front garden with mature flowering shrubs including lavender and climbing plants.  There is also an area of lawn.  The front garden is private and screened from the front by conifers.  A flagstone pathway leads you to the side of the house and through the gate, the flagstones continue through the side courtyard/patio to the kitchen door.  This area is bordered by a raised wooden sleeper flowerbed with built-in seating and provides a spacious al fresco dining area.   Steps lead to the first area of garden which has an area of lawn, a new wooden garden shed and hedges to either side provide privacy.  A bark pathway leads along to the main part of the garden which is laid to lawn with a small pond and plenty of space for a children’s play area.  The end of the garden has great views across the valley.  The garden is surrounded by mature shrubs and hedges which provide an immense amount of colour during Spring and Summer.  The garden is a wildlife dream and benefits from sunny weather throughout the day.

Location:

The property is located on popular Lion Lane which is a short walk from the shops of Weyhill which include many independent shops and an M&S Foodhall, Tesco Supermarket, Lion’s Den Coffee House and Dylan’s Milk Barn (ice cream parlour).  Haslemere Town Centre is 1.4 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).  On Lion Lane itself are the Ofsted Rated Good Shottermill Primary and Junior Schools.  On the doorstep is 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 1.1 miles away with direct trains to Waterloo (under 55 mins) and is within easy reach of the A3 to Guildford/London/Portsmouth/Southampton.

This stunning family home is ready to move into and is ideally located to take full advantage of all Haslemere has to offer.

Prompt viewing is recommended and by appointment only.


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