DirectorHaslemere Estate Agents
Highlands is an attractive three bedroom period cottage built in the 1920's. The well presented accommodation offers a variety of original features, complemented by modern additions and fittings, including a substantial conservatory.
The triple aspect sitting room features a brickbuilt fireplace with woodburning stove and double doors leading through to the spacious conservatory; with oak flooring and French door opening onto the gardens, with impressive far reaching views. The kitchen/breakfast room is double aspect with bespoke fitting kitchen providing plenty of storage, space for appliances, integrated double oven and larder cupboard.
Upstairs there are three bedrooms, two of which have fitted storage, including the dual aspect principal bedroom. Also on the first floor is the family bathroom, with separate shower unit.
At the front of the property, the gravel driveway provides parking space for several vehicles, as well as access to the integrated single garage at the side of the house. The rear garden slopes away from the house, making the most of the elevated position to provide views across the beautiful National Trust nature reserve land to the east of Haslemere. The garden features an area of paved terracing and steps leading to a lawn, which has hedgerow borders, flowerbeds and various shrubs, as well as a shed for garden storage.
The property is set in a highly desirable location, just moments from Haslemere High Street, within easy reach of the local amenities and mainline station. Haslemere town provides a good variety of boutique shopping, restaurants, a Waitrose supermarket, recreational facilities and a mainline station with fast trains reaching London Waterloo in approximately 53 minutes. The A3 London to Portsmouth road is about three miles distant providing access through the Hindhead Tunnel to Guildford, London, Heathrow, Gatwick, the M25, and south to the coast. There is a fine selection of schools in the area including St. Ives, St. Edmunds, The Heights, Highfield, Brookham, Amesbury and the Royal School (both junior and senior).
Haslemere town centre 0.3 miles, Haslemere mainline station 0.7 miles (London Waterloo 53 minutes), Guildford 13.5 miles, London 43 miles
From Strutt & Parkers Haslemere office, take the A286 exit at the roundabout, heading towards Midhurst and Liphook, and immediately turn left onto College Hill. Turn right at the junction onto Hill Road and then turn right again onto Half Moon Hill. You will find the property on the right-hand side towards the end of the lane.Read all