DirectorHaslemere Estate Agents
Forming part of the historic Verdley Place enclave, Hurst Lodge is a handsome, single-storey Grade II Listed home with stone and brick elevations, offering bright accommodation throughout.
The generous reception hallway with its monochrome tiled flooring and cloakroom, branches off onto the dual-aspect south-facing sitting room which serves as an excellent entertaining space. The adjacent kitchen features cool grey flagstone flooring and various wall and base cabinetry and integrated appliances, as well as ample space for informal breakfasts and a door to the garden. The formal dining room also enjoys the southerly aspect, with French doors opening directly to the walled terrace garden.
The principal bedroom features bespoke fitted wardrobes, and all three bedrooms are served by the family bathroom and separate shower room.
This property has 0.62 acres of land.
The property sits in gardens and grounds of two-thirds of an acre and enjoys an array of mature specimen trees and plants including a Lantern tree, black Mulberry tree and several ornamental rose bushes. The neatly manicured south-facing garden as an expanse of level lawn and stunning far reaching views, a paved courtyard to the side, which offers the ideal space for al fresco dining, and a gravelled driveway providing ample parking. A short walk away is a paddock measuring 0.43 acres.
Fernhurst has an active community and offers a good range of local facilities including a variety of shops, a post office, two public houses, St Margarets Church, a nursery, a primary school, popular internet café/community centre, and a recreation ground with sports clubs. The Duke of Cumberland Arms, The Lickfold Inn and The Noah's Ark Inn are also all within 3 miles. Haslemere provides a wider range of shopping and recreational facilities including a Waitrose supermarket and mainline station. The A3 London to Portsmouth road can be accessed at Liphook, Hindhead and Milford and provides access to Heathrow, Gatwick, the M25, London and the south coast. Heading south, there is Midhurst, the home of polo, the Goodwood estate with motor sports and horse racing events and the city of Chichester, with its harbour and surrounding beaches.
The general area is known for its excellent range of state schools, including the villages Fernhurst Primary School, Shottermill Infant and Junior Schools, Woolmer Hill School and Midhurst Rother College.
Fernhurst 1.7 miles, Haslemere station 4.4 miles (London Waterloo 49 mins), Midhurst 5.1 miles, Liphook 6 miles, London Gatwick Airport 38.1 miles, Central London 50 miles
From Strutt & Parkers Haslemere office turn right, then left onto Shepherds Hill and follow the A286 for just under 3 miles before turning left onto Hogs Hill. Continue past the village green for 1 mile, before turning right into Verdley Place. Take the right hand fork and no. 5 is on the left.Read all