Unexpectedly back on the market 30/03/21 and available for a quick completion. A stunningly refurbished and beautifully presented two-bedroom apartment in an historic Edwardian purpose-built block. Perfect for the commuter as situated just 5 minutes’ walk from Haslemere mainline station.
This breathtaking apartment was completely refurbished in 2019 with no expense spared and includes Everest leaded replacement double glazed windows through with a 10yr guarantee, completely rewired and re-plumbed with copper pipes. High spec wood style floors throughout and decorated in a modern yet classic style with crisp white doors, frames and skirting, bespoke artisan kitchen and stunning bathrooms.
You enter the 2nd floor apartment into a welcoming entrance hall, which has a charming original feature fireplace and a large double storage cupboard for coats and shoes. The high spec wood style floor flows through the internal hallway with doorway to the stunning open plan kitchen/living room with large, double glazed leaded, triple aspect bay windows offering great views over St Christopher’s Green.
The bespoke artisan kitchen units have been cleverly designed and built in a contemporary style yet still give a rustic feel and blend effortlessly with the main living area. The kitchen’s dark oak style work surfaces match sublimely with black wooden cupboards which offer plenty of storage space with the high-level cupboards much deeper than meets the eye. The sink sits conveniently in the centre with worktops to either side. Top brand integrated appliances, including dishwasher, washing machine and fridge freezer are concealed behind the cupboard doors. An integrated single oven and induction hob complete the kitchen. The remainder of the kitchen area offers a great entertaining space with room for a large dining table and chairs.
The sitting room, lit by the beautiful bay window, is bright and spacious with plenty of room for sofa, armchairs and bookcases/other sitting room furniture.
The master bedroom with en-suite, is a spacious double bedroom with plenty of space for wardrobe and dressing table. The en-suite has a large shower with rainwater head and fitted with a white suite, including a modern basin vanity unit in black which matches perfectly with the monochrome floor tiles and white metro style wall tiles. A double-glazed leaded window, that has a different outlook to the side of the property, makes this a bright and sunny bedroom.
The second bedroom is again a good size double (currently used as an office) with ample built in storage and window to one end, decorated in the same stunning interior style as the rest of the apartment.
The spacious modern family bathroom has a bright white suite with added extras such as waterfall style taps to the bath and basin. The large white gloss basin vanity unit is lit perfectly from wall lights above. The bathroom is tiled throughout in stylish matt black metro style wall tiles and monochrome floor tiles.
There is parking for one car and a large communal garden which includes outdoor furniture with cushions and a firepit for residents’ use. The garden and building are well maintained as you would expect with such an impressive building.
Clay Hill House is an historic Edwardian purpose-built block of flats which dates back to 1911 and was built as one of the first commuter properties alongside the Portsmouth line. It retains much of its original features including large main entrance hall (which now has the modern element of intercoms to each flat), a welcoming internal hallway and wide flowing stairs to each floor, original green ceramic wall tiles and dado rail throughout, with quirky flat signage and original brass push doorbells (no longer working).
The property is ideally located for Haslemere Town Centre and Wey Hill. On the doorstep are the shops of Wey Hill 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 a 10-minute walk 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). There are three Ofsted Rated Good Primary and Junior Schools within walking distance. Nearby 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 5mins walk away with direct trains to Waterloo (under 55 mins) and is within easy reach of the A3 to Guildford/London/Portsmouth/Southampton.
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