Freehold House, Semi-Detached House Sold STC
Nappers Wood, Fernhurst

£389,000 Guide Price
  • House, Semi-Detached House
  • Freehold
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Ref: GRA200116
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Property Features

  • Large Corner Plot
  • Open Plan Living Space
  • Extended Semi-Detached
  • Three Double Bedrooms
  • Four Piece Family Bathroom
  • Utility-Ground floor Toilet
  • Gated Driveway Parking
  • Close to Village Centre

Full Details

A sharply presented and extended semi-detached family home with three double bedrooms, flexible and fantastically open plan reception and kitchen areas, a good amount of driveway parking and a fabulous, wrap around garden. With well-proportioned rooms, the accommodation consists of a spacious principle reception room with an open fireplace. This room in turn leads towards the rear of the house, where you will find a beautifully installed kitchen and newly constructed family room and dining area, stretching the width of the rear of the house. From here, there is direct access out to the rear garden which has recently been enhanced with new flagstone patio and side sleepers being installed.

The majority of the first floor has newly installed carpets. The rooms consist of three very good size bedrooms, all which can be utilised as doubles and a modern, four piece bathroom with a walk in double shower and a bath.

A particularly attractive feature of this home must be its outside space. Occupying a corner plot, the garden is screen by a mixture of post and rail fencing and newly planted evergreen shrubbery bushes. There are several areas of lawn, flower beds, the previously mentioned newly installed patio, as well as a gated driveway at the very rear of the garden and a garden shed/workshop.

The village of Fernhurst lies in the north-west corner of West Sussex and is within the South Downs National Park. It is just a few minutes drive from Haslemere, with its fast trains to London Waterloo. The A286 runs through its centre dividing the village into west and east. The idyllic village green on the eastern side is surrounded by old and beautiful buildings, within walking distance is the Parish Church, pavilion, cricket green and primary school. The village provides shops for most day-to-day needs including a post office and chemist. More comprehensive shopping and leisure facilities are available in Haslemere. The surrounding countryside comprises a mixture of woodland and farmland ideal for sporting and country pursuits, whilst to the south is Chichester famous for its theatre, cathedral and sailing.