Liphook Road, Haslemere

Guide Price £500,000
3 bedrooms 1 bathroom
Key features
  • Characterful 2/3 bed Bargate Stone Cottage with parking
  • Open plan Sitting Room/Kitchen with further Snug
  • Separate Dining Room with views over rear gardens
  • 2 double bedrooms
  • Bedroom 3 with Study area on mezzanine level
  • Large, sunny attached Garden Room with bi-fold doors
  • Impressive, colourful gardens with large Summer House, Studio and a further Garden Shed
  • Extended & renovated to a high standard incl. underfloor heated Flagstone floor
  • Walking distance to Mainline Station, M&S Foodhall, 'Good' & 'Outstanding' Ofsted rated schools, shops and National Trust land
  • Short drive to A3 Hindhead Tunnel for quick access to London and Portsmouth/Southampton
Pictures
Map
Description
Downloads
Disclaimer

Description

Beautifully presented end of terrace 2/3 bed Cottage bursting with character at the end of a private lane with an impressive sunny garden with two summer houses. Within walking distance of Haslemere Station (16 mins), Lion Green, Primary, Infants and Junior Schools (rated 'Outstanding' and/or 'Good'), National Trust Marley Common (6 mins), M&S Foodhall (7 mins), and the shops and community hub of Weyhill. Just over 1.4 miles from Haslemere High Street.

The Cottage has been extended and renovated to a high standard, yet retains a character feel, with flagstone floors (with underfloor heating) throughout the ground floor, with a modern oak staircase. The upstairs impresses with modern oak flooring. Wooden double glazing throughout. The original 18th century Bargate Stone cottage blends seamlessly with its 21st century extension.

Ground Floor:

The Cottage is accessed through the attached Garden Room.

Garden Room:

A super, large sunny garden room with light oak beams, glass roof and bi-fold doors. This is the versatile space for use as a studio/conservatory, with ample room for seating and storage as required.

A paved pathway, bordered on one side by raised flowerbeds, leads to the solid oak stable front door.  To the side of the front door is a brick pathway to the rear gardens.

Hallway:

The front door opens to an area of hallway, with coat hanging space, and leads into the Dining Room.

Dining Room:

A bright, dual aspect room with Flgstone floor and light oak windows and windowsills, that look onto the rear and side gardens.  There is plenty of space for dining table and chairs, sideboards and shelving with an additional understairs storage area. The flagstone floor continues through an open doorway  into the kitchen.

Kitchen:

The Kitchen includes plenty of low-level wooden cupboards and wall hung corner unit for storage. Two sets of open wooden shelving provide further storage or display space. The oak worktop stretches around the kitchen giving plenty of space for utensils and kitchen equipment. There is an integrated electric double oven and gas hob with extractor fan, dishwasher, space and plumbing for washing machine and room for a freestanding fridge/freezer. Windows overlook the Garden Room to one side and a further set of windows, above the kitchen sink, look to the side pathway and area of raised flowerbeds. The kitchen has room for a small breakfast table and chairs. A waist height wall, topped with Fired Earth glazed tiles, separates and connects the Kitchen and the Sitting Room.

Sitting Room:

The focal point is this dual aspect room is the large brick and Bargate stone fireplace, complete with contemporary log burning stove. There is an area of exposed wall with inset shelf to one side of the fireplace, being part of the original 18th century building. Two long windows allow the natural light to flood in, with sunshine in the afternoon. There is plenty of space for sofa, chairs and coffee table. The room includes a Snug with shelves to the wall and again space for further furniture. A part glazed external door opens onto a small area of patio and garden, with wooden door to the downstairs WC.

From the Dining Room, the modern oak staircase with gentle turns, leads to the first floor and mezzanine level, with solid wooden flooring throughout.

First Floor:

At the top of the stairs to the left are beautiful wooden latch doors to the Bedrooms, Bathroom and Boiler cupboard.

Master Bedroom:

A large, sunny room with two side aspect windows, views of countryside and beyond. A large room with space for a double bed and free-standing bedroom furniture.   A loft hatch with pull-down ladder provides access to a boarded-out loft with lighting.

Bedroom 2:

Another sunny double room, with side aspect window with great countryside views. High level fitted shelf. Room for freestanding furniture including wardrobe.
Bathroom:

The bathroom comprises a high-quality white suite with hand basin, WC and bath with Aqualisa shower over. Part tiled with wooden floor and Velux window.

Wooden latched double doors house the airing cupboard with Worcester gasboiler that serves the underfloor heating on the ground floor and thermostatically controlled radiators on the first floor. The cupboard also includes an electric immersion heater.

At the top of the stairs and to the right, two steps lead to the mezzanine level. Bedroom 3/Office Study Room: 

The open plan mezzanine level is a light and airy, dual aspect room with window to the side with the great countryside views and a second window overlooking the rear gardens. Two large Velux windows flood this area with light. The room currently serves as a guest bedroom with a separate area used as a home office.

Outside: 

Front: A private, shared driveway leads to the property, which is afforded its own parking as part of the Freehold, immediately in front of the Garden Room. A range of containers and flower beds include mature climbing plants – roses, jasmine, honeysuckle and a vine, - which frame the front of the Garden Room.

Rear Gardens:

The rear gardens are undoubtedly an outstanding feature of the property, with flower beds on all sides, beautifully stocked with a selection of plants and shrubs that provide colour all year round.

The brick pathway from the side of the property opens onto a large, paved patio area perfectly placed for outdoor table and chairs for al fresco dining. The patio leads into a small pathway which opens onto the lawn area which is bordered on the sides with well stocked flower beds.

To the end of the garden is a cleverly hidden garden shed for garden equipment and potting.

The gardens have the added luxury of a wooden Summer House and a Studio, with power to each. The larger is insulated and double-glazed,  and is currently used as a studio and playroom. It has French doors that open wide onto the lawn. The second is currently set up as a library and store.

This versatile, characterful home is ready to move into and is ideally located to take full advantage of all Haslemere has to offer.

This is a true hidden gem and must be seen to be appreciated.

Prompt viewing is recommended and by appointment only.

Disclaimer


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.
Book a viewing
Key features
  • Characterful 2/3 bed Bargate Stone Cottage with parking
  • Open plan Sitting Room/Kitchen with further Snug
  • Separate Dining Room with views over rear gardens
  • 2 double bedrooms
  • Bedroom 3 with Study area on mezzanine level
  • Large, sunny attached Garden Room with bi-fold doors
  • Impressive, colourful gardens with large Summer House, Studio and a further Garden Shed
  • Extended & renovated to a high standard incl. underfloor heated Flagstone floor
  • Walking distance to Mainline Station, M&S Foodhall, 'Good' & 'Outstanding' Ofsted rated schools, shops and National Trust land
  • Short drive to A3 Hindhead Tunnel for quick access to London and Portsmouth/Southampton

Book a Viewing

Just tell us your name and email address, and we can contact you to organise a viewing of the property.

GDPR NOTICE: Some of our clients may conduct their own viewings at their property. Please tick the box below to provide your consent for your name, email and contact number to be passed to the owner of any property you enquire about directly. Your contact information will not be passed to any other property owners other than those you have enquired about directly.

× How can I help you?