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Located in the heart of Farnham Town Centre is this extremely well presented and character three/four bedroom detached house. Having been modernised and re-modelled by the present owners over the past couple of years, this attractive home offers a bright and airy feel throughout. The ground floor accommodation comprises a stylish and contemporary entrance hall with a be-spoke wooden staircase, a refitted cloakroom, large bay fronted sitting/dining room with a feature fireplace, a bay fronted study/bedroom four, and a re-fitted kitchen/breakfast room with views over the landscaped garden. To the first floor there is a galleried landing, a spacious master bedroom with a dressing area and en suite bathroom with twin wash hand basins, together with two further bedrooms, both of which have luxury en suite bathrooms. The property also has planning consent to extend ref: WA/2017/1220. In all a delightful home and a must see.
This home occupies a prominent plot within Farnham Town Centre close to the junction of Crondall Lane and Beavers Road. Lying on the edge of but just outside the prime commercial area (1/4 of a mile). There is largely level access to the extensive cultural, shopping and educational facilities offered by Farnham town centre including a leisure / sports centre, the Malting’s Art Centre, St Andrew’s Parish Church and Waitrose and Sainsbury’s. Farnham is a historic former market town renowned for its Medieval and Georgian buildings beneath its castle and park and with a good commuter service to Waterloo. The surrounding countryside is interlaced with footpaths and bridleways renowned for its commons many within the ownership of The National Trust including Frensham Common and Ponds.
Outside to the front of the property there is a block paved driveway providing off road parking. This leads to an integral double width garage. The whole plot extends to 0.29 acres giving this property a feeling of space outside, especially to the rear. The garden has a large area of level lawn and is bordered by mature hedges and fencing, and framed by formal box hedging. There is an attractive block paved terrace across the rear of the house ideal for entertaining. Shrubs, mature flowers and hedging adorn the garden giving this home a wonderful bloomy display during the warmer months. There is a secluded pool area at the rear of the garden which is surrounded by greenery to provide a high degree of privacy. A timber outbuilding is used as a garden storage shed and changing room for the pool.
Central Farnham location
1-2 Reception rooms
Stunning entrance hall
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