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Inspiration October 18, 2017

Haslemere’s Prime Property Market

Do you dream of finding your ideal home in the country, tucked away from the hustle and bustle? Imagine a luxury property right here in our local area, something magnificent for your whole family to enjoy.

There is a real demand for top end property in Haslemere and the surrounding villages and it is rare for these gems to come to market.

So, what do you get for your money if you have over £1million to spend on a property? While that depends very much on where you want to live, we can show you how far it will stretch in the Haslemere area.

Greenside, Three Gates Lane, Haslemere

This stunning property is being marketed by Keats Haslemere office for £1,900,000. It is ideally situated in a tucked away position, but only half a mile off Haslemere High Street. 

Upon entering you are immediately aware that this is no ordinary home. We are led to believe many of the doors came from a former bank within the town, hence the quality finish and circular eye glass.

This is a contemporary home offering substantial family accommodation including four-bedroom suites.

The impressive sitting room provides southerly views across the gardens towards the far side of the town.

If you like the outdoors, you will love the dell like grounds, which are in the region of 1.9 acres. For more information, please read the property details here.

Scotsdene, Hill Road, Haslemere

This handsome five-bedroom property offers extensive family accommodation and a range of exciting features for £1,750,000. Scotsdene is a secluded property, set in 0.8 acre and it boasts southerly facing gardens, a tennis court and separate home office.

Throughout the property are many character features including pine skirting boards, brass door furniture, picture rails and fireplaces. The inviting kitchen/breakfast room is divided into two distinct sections. The breakfast end has a bespoke desk and doors that lead out to a more than generous sized terrace, which is perfect for al fresco dining.

Detached from the house is a home office comprising a main room, with kitchenette, heating and cloakroom. As part of the same building there is a gardener’s loo, workshop and store.

The property is in a convenient location for the town and station. Find out more here.

Butterwood, Linchmere, Haslemere

Situated in the favoured hamlet of Linchmere, which nestles inside the South Downs National Park, this premium five-bedroom detached property is being marketed by Keats at £1,650,000.

Offering extensive accommodation, Butterwood would make the perfect family home as it is set in park like grounds in the region of 1.9 acres.

A delightful double aspect sitting room provides relaxing views over the grounds. The most striking feature in this room is a large inglenook herringbone brick fireplace – perfect for a cozy winter evening.

A sweeping staircase with turned balustrades, oak rail and part panelled walls, leads to a landing. All four bedrooms here are doubles, two having views across the grounds.  There is also a large double aspect room over the garage, that could be used not only as bedroom five, as it has an en suite shower room and sauna, but also as a home office. For more information, please read the property details here.

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