An elegant principal portion of a country house offering over 4,600 sq ft with a garden office
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Barnfields is a handsome attached period property thought to date from around 1900, which has been thoroughly updated and refurbished by the current owners creating a substantial family home combining all the convenience of modern living with retained character features including high ceilings, leaded glazing and attractive feature fireplaces.
The versatile ground floor accommodation flows naturally between formal and informal entertaining areas. The family and sitting room both benefit from open fires, sizable south facing windows and wooden floors and a spacious dining room adjoining the modern orangery. Added in 2018, the orangery benefits from energy efficient glazing and two sets of patio doors to the garden terrace, creating an ideal indoor/outdoor space. Completing the ground floor is a spacious kitchen/breakfast room with a walk in pantry, a range of contemporary bespoke German wall and floor units including a breakfast bar, a gas-fired four oven Aga, modern integrated Siemens appliances and a neighbouring utility room. The property also benefits from two generous cellars, suitable for a variety of uses.
The first floor provides a delightful south facing principal bedroom suite, a spacious guest suite and three further double bedrooms all with fitted wardrobes, two en suite bath/shower rooms and a family bathroom with freestanding bath.
The property is approached via a tarmacadam driveway providing parking and turning for several cars and giving access to the detached oak-framed triple bay carport with workshop, garden store, cloakroom and 2 offices ideal for home working. The gardens feature areas of level lawn with well-established flowerbeds, a feature crescent-shaped wall with water feature and a raised paved seating area. The enclosed garden to the rear features a large stone terrace with pond, gas barbecue, wood-fired pizza oven and a glass-roofed seating area providing an ideal space for entertaining and al fresco dining.
Kemnal Park is a sought after residential road in an elevated position just off Three Gates Lane and close to Haslemere town centre.
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 4 miles distant providing access through the Hindhead tunnel to Guildford, London, Heathrow, Gatwick, the M25, and south to the coast.
Haslemere also has the added benefit of Blackdown, an area of approximately 965 acres owned by the National Trust, providing outstanding views and excellent opportunities for riding and walking. Communications links are excellent: Haslemere station provides regular trains into London Waterloo and the A3 gives easy access both to the south coast and to connections with the M25 road network giving further access both to Heathrow and Gatwick Airports and to central London.
The general area is renowned for its excellent range of state schools including St. Bartholomews C of E Aided Primary School and Woolmer Hill School while nearby independent schools include St. Ives, The Royal and King Edwards as well as Amesbury, Barrow Hills, St. Edmunds, St. Hilarys, Charterhouse and Aldro.
Haslemere High Street 0.3 mile, Haslemere mainline station 1.1 miles (London Waterloo 52 minutes), London Gatwick Airport 35 miles, London Heathrow Airport 36 miles, central London 44 miles
From Strutt & Parkers Haslemere office, head north on High Street (A286) and after 0.2 mile turn right onto Three Gates Lane. After 0.2 mile turn left onto Kemnal Park and after 0.1 mile Barnfields can be found on the right-hand side.Read all
- 4 Reception rooms
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- 5 Bedrooms
- 4 Bathrooms
- Triple garage
- Outbuilding (Office space above garage)
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