Former stable conversion in edge of village setting

Stable Cottage was converted in 2005 and forms part of a small group of period farm buildings developed to an exceptionally high standard by the award winning developers Privett Developments who have considerable experience in this field.

It features spacious well-appointed accommodation all on one level and incorporates a range of period features including exposed roof trusses and timbers, and traditional style wooden latch doors all contributing a wealth of charm and character.

There is mains gas fired central heating and double glazing.

The principal reception rooms and kitchen benefit from under floor heating and vaulted ceilings whilst the dual aspect sitting room features a log burning stove with oak bressummer beam and full height exposed brick chimney breast. Deep windows to floor level create a light and airy atmosphere. The kitchen/breakfast room has a good range of 'shaker style' units under granite work tops together with range cooker and dishwasher complimented by adjoining utility room with heat reflective glass.

The vaulted main bedroom has double doors with plantation shutters to the garden, two double built in wardrobes and an en suite bathroom. There is a further double bedroom with an en suite shower room, a single bedroom/study with oak staircase & mezzanine and a cloakroom.

Overall, Stable Cottage is an imaginative conversion and an early viewing is highly recommended.

This property has 0.5 acres of land.

Outside

Stable Cottage is approached via a gated gravel drive which runs through a newly established 'woodland area' planted about nine years ago.

There is a double barn style garage with additional tool store/workshop behind, and an extensive driveway for parking. Above the garage there is a loft space, designed for conversion to provide additional space and with the potential to convert to a home office/ studio/games room (subject to the necessary consents).

The majority of the garden, which borders open countryside on two sides, is to the front of the house and is mostly laid to lawn interspersed with fruit trees and shrubbery creating an exceptionally private, well screened environment. Outside the sitting room there is a large flagstone patio which has a south-westerly aspect, with pathway leading to the driveway.

Situation

Stable Cottage is situated on Hole Lane on the outskirts of Bentley village, surrounded by open countryside.

Bentley is a popular rural village situated between Farnham and Alton close to the Hampshire/Surrey border. Amenities within the village include a shop/post office, primary school, sports ground, village hall, lovely old Church, public house and a mainline station to London Waterloo.

There are numerous footpaths and bridleways over the surrounding countryside.

The larger towns of Alton and Farnham are within easy driving distance via the A31 and have extensive shopping, recreational and educational facilities. The M3 (Junction 5) passes to the north of Odiham and can be reached via the local lanes.

The picturesque village of Crondall is only a few miles away and the well-known Chequers Public House at Well is within a good walk (about 1.5 miles).

Directions

From our Odiham office proceed directly opposite into King Street and continue for just under 2 miles to the T-junction. Turn left continuing through Well passing The Chequers Pub and an old well on the left and proceed for 1.5 miles to the crossroads. Turn right signposted to Bentley where the entrance to Stable Cottage will be found immediately on the right hand side (second gravel driveway).

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Ref: ODH180149

Hole Lane, Bentley Nr. Farnham Surrey GU10

Guide Price
£745,000

Ref: ODH180149

Hole Lane, Bentley Nr. Farnham Surrey GU10

Guide Price
£745,000