A substantial and versatile family house with a self-contained annexe, set in approx. 2.9 acres

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  • C Energy Efficiency Rating

The principal rooms enjoy a bright westerly aspect over the gardens with a lovely feeling of space and light throughout.

The spacious accommodation flows impressively between formal and informal entertaining areas and is perfectly arranged to suit modern family living. The well appointed kitchen offers a range of timber units, granite worktop, integrated appliances, revolving around a central island. The open plan family room and conservatory adjoins the kitchen area and opens on to the rear terrace with beautiful views over the gardens. The light and airy triple aspect drawing room with log burner and double doors lead to the patio. The reception space is complimented by a front aspect dining room, study with fitted oak furniture and utility room.

The principal bedroom enjoys delightful views over the gardens and grounds and benefits from a substantial bathroom en suite with separate walk-in shower and dressing area. There are four further bedrooms on the first floor with the guest and third bedrooms both benefitting from a bath or shower room en suites and an additional family bathroom. On the second floor are two additional bedrooms, one with en suite shower room and one en suite W.C.

The versatile annexe could be used as a bedroom/studio/office and benefits from an en-suite W.C. and Juliet balcony overlooking the gardens.

This property has 2.9 acres of land.

Outside

Bell House is approached via a gated driveway providing parking and turning, and leading to the double garage. The extensive gardens are primarily to rear of the house and are well screened offering a good deal of privacy and seclusion. The formal gardens are mainly laid to level lawn with mature, specimen trees and shrubs and leads to the extensive paddock. A large terrace extends across the rear of the house, enjoying the bright westerly aspect and provides a superb outdoor entertaining space.

Situation

Bell House is situated in Bramshott, a quintessential English village steeped in history. The centre of the village is home to the picturesque thirteenth century church, St Mary’s The Virgin. Set within beautiful countryside which includes Bramshott Chase (National Trust), an area of exquisite woodland and open heathland. The thriving village of Liphook is about a mile away and provides a wide range of shops, including a Sainsbury’s supermarket, restaurants and country pubs. The charming town of Haslemere is about 5 miles away and provides a wonderful variety of boutique shops, restaurants and coffee shops, amongst its pretty streets and tile hung buildings. A Waitrose supermarket is centrally located. Recreational facilities include The Haslemere Hall theatre, cinema & music venue.

Liphook 1.3 miles, Haslemere 5 miles, The nearby A3 for travel to London (46 miles) and the South Coast provides direct access to both Heathrow (41 miles) and Gatwick (39 miles) airports.

Directions

From Strutt & Parker in Haslemere, take the B2131 and Woolmer Hill Rd for 2.4 miles. Continue onto Knockhundred Ln for 0.3 miles and join the A3 Portsmouth Rd for 1.8 miles. Take the B2131 exit, right onto London Road then left on to Church Rd. Continue 0.4 miles into Limes Close. Take the hidden drive on the right and follow it round to the left.

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Other features

  • 4 Reception rooms
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • 7 Bedrooms
  • 5 Bathrooms
  • Annexe
  • Double Garage
  • Approx. 2.9 acres

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Ref: HSL210036

Bramshott Liphook Hampshire GU30

Guide Price
£2,000,000

Ref: HSL210036

Bramshott Liphook Hampshire GU30

Guide Price
£2,000,000