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A unique opportunity to purchase this traditional Grade II listed tile hung cottage situated in the heart of the vibrant town of Haslemere. The Cottage is believed to date back to the early 1800s and has many features associated with a property from this period. Arranged over three floors the cottage offers surprisingly practical yet versatile accommodation. The front door opens into a spacious central hallway with doors to all rooms and a separate cloakroom/utility area. The formal double aspect sitting room with open fire is further complemented with a square bay window to the front. In addition there is a separate family room. In later years a large out building has been incorporated into living accommodation to create a fabulous entertaining area with a vaulted ceiling joined by a glazed conservatory leading directly from the kitchen which is fitted with a bespoke range of units under an expanse of granite worktops further complemented with an Aga. The first floor is of equal merit providing three double bedrooms. The master bedroom incorporates an en suite shower room, whilst the additional bedrooms are served by a traditional fitted bathroom with roll top bath and a separate shower. In addition there are two further bedrooms on the second floor.
The property is situated in a superb position in the heart of Haslemere with convenient access to the town centre, which offers a wide range of shopping facilities. The mainline station is within half a mile and providing a service between Portsmouth and London Waterloo (in just under the hour). The area is renowned for its beautiful countryside, which includes many walks and bridleways as well as a vast amount of land in the ownership of the National Trust. Other facilities in the area include gymnasiums at The Herons leisure centre, sailing at Chichester and the South Coast, numerous golf courses, polo at Cowdray, horse and motor racing at Goodwood and theatres at Guildford and Chichester.
The property is approached through timber gates to a block paved driveway providing off road parking. Directly adjacent to the rear of the property is a paved courtyard providing a secluded area for outdoor entertainment. A beautiful stone wall retains the garden flanked with herbaceous borders and mature shrubs. A path leads up from the courtyard to a level area of lawn and summer house all enclosed with fencing.
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Local Authority: Waverley Borough Council
Master Bedroom with En-suite Shower Room
4 Further Bedrooms
2 Bath/Shower Rooms
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