- 4 bedrooms
- 3 bathrooms
- 4 receptions
An attractive 4/5 bedroom period family house with a superb Orangery set in magnificent gardens convenient for Haslemere town and mainline station. The property also has an outbuilding suitable for conversion subject to Planning Permission.
Dial House is an attractive family home thought to have been constructed in 1921 with a superb Orangery which was added in 2005 making a great addition to the living space. The kitchen/breakfast and dining area is an impressive open plan area creating a lovely atmosphere with the main rooms enjoying delightful southerly and westerly views over the mature gardens. The adjacent utility room with a range of fitted cupboards and butler sink, and the walk in larder provide excellent further storage.
The striking Orangery and study/family room/bedroom 5 open off the dining area to provide excellent versatile family or formal entertaining space. The three rooms enjoy a bright westerly aspect to the rear of the house, with charming views over the gardens. This space benefits from underfloor heating and automated roof vents which are temperature and rain sensitive. The triple aspect drawing room gives more formal entertaining space with views over the front and rear gardens and features a porthole window and handsome open fireplace with carved stone mantelpiece and hearth.
The master bedroom is a large double aspect room with garden views. There is also a large en-suite bathroom with a bath, large separate shower, double basin and underfloor heating. The family bathroom serves the three additional bedrooms, including the guest bedroom, which also enjoys double aspect views over the gardens.
This property has 1.5 acres of land.
Dial House is approached via a five bar timber gate opening onto a tarmac driveway which forks left to the large barn, and right to the house and pretty turning circle with an abundance of roses, leading to the detached double garage. There is ample parking and turning for several vehicles close to the house and also at the barn.
There is a large terrace across the back of the house enjoying the bright southerly and westerly aspect, ideal for outdoor entertaining. The particularly well planned and mature gardens are mainly laid to lawn with many mature and specimen trees and shrubs, all designed to give lovely colour and interest throughout the year. The gardens slope gently downhill with extensive level lawn areas and are well screened providing a great deal of privacy and seclusion and have been discretely fenced.
Outbuildings Detached brick double garage with separate wine store, power, light and automated doors.
Large timber barn style garage with two sets of double doors, a separate inner workshop area, power supply, lighting, and a lean to for additional storage.
Dial House is located on a respected and much sought after private road on the Sussex/Surrey borders, a short distance south of Haslemere, forming part of the South Downs National Park and in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are beautiful walks from Square Drive to Blackdown and beyond over many acres of National Trust land. Haslemere town is about 2.5 miles away and 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 5 miles away 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, Highfield, Brookham, Amesbury and the Royal School (both junior and senior). Sporting facilities include golf at Liphook and West Surrey, racing at Goodwood and Fontwell, Polo at Cowdray Park and sailing off the south coast at Chichester. There are theatres at Guildford and Chichester.
From the town centre of Haslemere proceed south on the Midhurst Road (A286) and continue up Shepherds Hill and down to Kingsley Green. On passing the West Sussex county sign continue for exactly one mile and at the brow of the hill turn left into Square Drive. Follow the road through the sharp right hand bend where Dial House is the third house on the right hand side.
- Entrance porch, Entrance hall, Drawing room, Dining area, Kitchen/Breakfast room, Study/Family room/Bedroom 5, utility room, Cloakroom, Master bedroom with bathroom en-suite, 3 further bedrooms, Bathroom
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