A charming detached period cottage, understood to date from the mid nineteenth century and is presented with pretty stone elevations with brick quoins together with whitened rendered elevations under a tiled roof. The property is very well presented with a charming sitting room with raised study area with open brick built fireplace and wooden mantel over. The dining room has a fireplace with in-built wood burning stove and a charming country kitchen. On the first floor are two double bedrooms, one with access to loft and a single bedroom, together with a refitted bathroom. The cottage has just had planning permission to extend over two storeys to the side (East Hampshire Planning Reference 38189/002) giving potential for a further two bedrooms, giving the property four bedrooms and a larger kitchen/living area.
Approached via a long private drive, the cottage is located in a tucked away position in the sought-after hamlet of Arford, designated as a conservation area. The village benefits from a Village Hall and public house. The nearby village of Headley is within 0.75 mile with further local shops. The towns of Haslemere and Farnham are within about 7 miles providing a wider range of facilities including mainline stations with services to Waterloo. There are many acres of fine countryside close at hand including much under the ownership of The National Trust.
WOOD SHED. DETACHED WORKSHOP. WATER TAP. OUTSIDE LIGHTING. GARDEN: The property is approached by a long gravel driveway leading to a parking area providing space for several vehicles. There is an area of lawn to the front of the cottage. Beyond the parking area is a paved terrace and a long level lawn flanked by flowerbeds and several mature shrubs and trees. Beyond the formal garden is an area of light woodland. In all the garden extends to about 0.3 acre.
SERVICES: All Main Services. Gas fired central heating. Double Glazing.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: East Hampshire District Council
Sitting Room with Study Area
Well screened Garden of about 0.3 acre