DirectorHaslemere Estate Agents
The property features light and spacious living space, with plenty of exposed timber and brickwork, lending the flexible and versatile accommodation character and warmth. The views over the beautiful gardens and countryside beyond are truly stunning.
The main reception room is a superb, double height, triple aspect sitting/dining room with wooden flooring, wood burning stove and further seating area whicn benefits from all day sun. There is also a comfortable drawing room, providing further space in which to relax, with French doors opening onto the garden. The generous kitchen/breakfast room provides attractive fitted units, black granite worktops and integrated appliances.
There are two bedrooms on the ground floor, along with a shower room, making it ideal for guests. The first floor has a further three bedrooms, all of which are well-presented doubles, two of which are en suite, and one is currently used as an additional sitting room.
This property has 11.18 acres of land.
At the front of the property, the gravel driveway leads to a spacious parking area and the double garage. The beautiful landscaped gardens are extensive and include well-stocked flowerbeds, a variety of shrubs and established hedgerows and trees, all providing year round interest and colour. There are areas of paved and shingle terracing, timber decking, immaculate lawns, pond and a brick-built library/office; providing a perfect home office. The enclosed meadow, with separate access and small foot gate into the National Park, completes this rural idyll with far reaching views to Chanctonbury Ring.
The property is in a rural position, two miles from the small but highly sought-after village of Chiddingfold. The village has an extremely picturesque village green, plus several day-today amenities, including village stores, a post office, chemist, and a choice of pubs. The larger towns of Godalming and Haslemere, with their choice of supermarkets and extensive amenities, are within easy reach, while transport links from the village are excellent the A3 is just seven miles away, while fast and efficient rail services to London run from Witley, six miles away (55 minutes to London Waterloo).
The peace and tranquillity of the countryside is close-at-hand, with the South Downs National Park, Surrey Bicycle Path and Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty all close-at-hand.
There is an excellent selection of schools in the surrounding area, including the independent St. Ives School, The Royal School and King Edwards School Witley.
From Haslemere town centre, take the B2131/ Petworth Road and continue to follow the B2131 for three miles, before turning right onto the A283/Cripplecrutch Hill. After half a mile, turn left, following the sign for Shillinglee. After a mile and a quarter, youll find the property on the left-hand side.Read all