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This property's price has dropped from £1,500,000 to Guide Price £1,395,000.
A charming Grade II listed period property dating back in part to 1640, offering extensive accommodation on an elevated site on the eastern outskirts of the town. There are views to the rear over fields and woodland and the property is ideally situated for access to the High Street and mainline station. There are many original features including beams and inglenook fireplaces. The extensive accommodation offers on the ground floor three main reception rooms as well as a large home office, store room, kitchen and utility room. At the first floor level there are five bedrooms, an en-suite bathroom and a family bathroom.
Situated on the eastern edge of Haslemere, the setting is semi rural, yet within a mile of the station. Haslemere offers a wide and varied selection of amenities catering for most day to day needs as well as a mainline station offering a fast and frequent service to Waterloo in under an hour. Haslemere is also well served by schooling for most age groups, both privately and state run and is surrounded by miles of open countryside much of which is in the ownership of the National Trust. More comprehensive facilities are available in the larger town of Guildford which is found to the north east where there is an alternative rail service to Waterloo and many specialist shops and stores are in this attractive cobbled High Street. The area is well served by excellent walking and riding country criss-crossed by foot and bridle paths with particular note is nearby Blackdown which commands beautiful views over the adjoining countryside. There are also many sports and recreational centres nearby.
At the front of the property the gardens are laid to lawn with stocked borders and beds and a paved path accross the front leads to the front door. There is access to the side via a shared lane/bridle path which leads to the garage and land. The rear gardens are laid to sloping lawns with mature shrubs and trees leading down to the paddock land and woodland beyond, in all extending to approximately five and a half acres. (5.4 acres) There is an insulated timber 'studio'with power and lighting. Timber garden shed. Detached double garage and workshop.
Services: Mains Water, Electricity and Gas are connected. Private drainage.
Local Authority: Waverley Borough Council.
2 Bathrooms (One en-Suite)
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