A rare and often sought after detached Edwardian style home situated in a quiet road within the heart of the town, providing four bedrooms and ample driveway parking.
The house is deceptively spacious, boasting old and character features while providing modern living. The ground floor provides plenty of space with a cosy sitting room to the front with an open fire.
The large cottage style kitchen/dining room provides the perfect entertaining space, with enough room for a table and chairs, and boasts a separate island adding to the ample worktop and storage space provided. Off the kitchen is a beautiful extension which provides a lovely family room/dining room allowing for flexibility with its use and is complimented by bi folding doors leading out onto the south facing garden. Completing the ground floor is a handy downstairs shower room.
Furthermore, stairs lead down to a cellar room which was originally converted to be used as a sound recording studio by the previous owners, and has since been used as a tv/room/guest room/play room.
Upstairs are three double bedrooms and a smaller single bedroom, complete with family bathroom.
Externally, there is plenty of gravel driveway parking to the front, an attached single garage and a fairly flat level laid to lawn rear garden.
The locality of this property will be seen by many as outstanding and to some a premium road. Being located in Whitehill village and yet close to Hollywater, Blacknest and the town of Bordon. Areas of The South Downs National Park are nearby, as are countless acres of woodlands, pathways and cycle routes. These can be found notably in Blackmoor, Hollywater, Passfield, Conford and The Zigzag at Selborne. The immediate area includes the Bordon to Liss section of the famous Bentley to Portsmouth Dockyard Shipwrights Way.