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This property's price has dropped from £475,000 to Guide Price £450,000.
A charming three bedroom detached Cottage, believed to be one of three houses on Kings Road that were part of the Peasant Arts movement, designed by Francis Troup in the late 1800's. understood to have been used as a Tapestry studio for the Weaving House next door, making hand tufted carpets and appliqué tapestry. The building was later converted into a residential dwelling and in recent years has been further enhanced to provide a practical yet versatile home in the heart of Haslemere. Approached from a driveway to the front with a paved path leading to the front door. On the ground floor there is a large open plan kitchen with a range of fitted units and wooden work surfaces and space for appliances and stairs to the first floor. The double aspect Sitting room flows directly from the kitchen providing an excellent entertainment space. In addition a second staircase leads to the lower ground floor accommodating a separate dining room with doors to the garden and an additional bedroom or study. The first floor is of equal merit providing two good sized double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Kings Road is conveniently located within 0.25 miles of Haslemere main line station and the Herons leisure centre, as well as easy access to shopping facilities. Haslemere is situated on the border of Surrey, Sussex and Hampshire and is well placed for access to London either via the A3 London to Portsmouth Road or the train line to London Waterloo. The town centre offers a wide range of shopping, sporting and leisure facilities and the area is renowned for its beautiful countryside, much of which is in the ownership of the National Trust.
To the front of the property there is a large driveway. The garden has been carefully landscaped, predominantly at the front of the property enclosed with panel fencing and shrubbery. There is a level area of lawn and a large paved terrace. At the rear of the property access is given to a large garden store.
Services: All Mains Services are connected.
Local Authority: Waverley Borough Council
Close to Station
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