A charming cottage positioned in the centre of Haslemere, a stone's throw from the beautiful High Street and mainline railway station. Read more
A charming cottage positioned in the centre of Haslemere, a stone's throw from the beautiful High Street and mainline railway station.
The Property - A wonderful example of a Grade II listed, attached cottage with a wealth of character, which is believed to date back to the late 17th Century. The entrance door opens to the heavily beamed living room with a huge inglenook fireplace. A doorway gives access to the bathroom and a separate cloakroom and stairs to the first floor. From the living room steps lead down to the front aspect kitchen with fitted cupboards and wood block worksurfaces. Further steps lead down to a rear aspect dining room with a door to the garden. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a separate eaves storage area.
Outside - The lovely cottage garden is presented on two levels. The upper area has a generous patio perfect for entertaining, and steps lead down between two small lawns to the main garden. This is mostly laid to lawn, with flower beds and shrubs as well a vegetable patch and a chicken run. Given the property's elevated position, it enjoys stunning views across Haslemere to the hills of Hindhead Common beyond. This delightful house, set back from the road, also has a small, pretty, brick paved front garden with flower beds full of lavender and other cottage garden favourites.
HASLEMERE is situated on the Surrey/Sussex/Hampshire borders. It has excellent road (44 miles via the nearby A3 to London) and rail links (Waterloo approximately 55 minutes). Heathrow and Gatwick Airports (via the A3/M25) are approximately 40 miles away, with Portsmouth and the south coast being just over 20 miles distant. The town is protected by the hills of Hindhead, Blackdown and Marley, the majority of which are National Trust owned. Haslemere provides day-to-day shopping facilities (including Tesco, Waitrose and a Marks & Spencer Food Hall) along with many boutique and specialist shops, a variety of bars, restaurants and coffee houses, the award winning Haslemere Educational Museum, the community arts venue of Haslemere Hall, churches of the principal denominations and an excellent range of schooling, both state and private. The Herons leisure centre offers a wide selection of recreational facilities and golf can be enjoyed nearby at Liphook, Hindhead and Chiddingfold.