An exciting opportunity to purchase this family home with delightful gardens situated on a development in the village of Headley. The property is within walking distance of local amenities which include a village shop, hairdressers, doctors surgery and a pub.
The house is approached over the pretty front garden which also provides optional driveway parking for up to four vehicles. Once inside, a lobby area provides an area for coats and shoes as well as the stairs to the first floor.
The large sitting room is situated at the front of the house and features a coal effect gas fire. At the rear of the property are the adjoining dining room and kitchen. Sliding doors lead to the garden form the dining room. The kitchen has a good amount of wall and floor cupboards and plenty of worksurfaces. A side door leads to a detached outbuilding, suitable for multiple purposes as well as a covered area which provides private access between the front and rear gardens.
Upstairs there are three good size bedrooms, two of which benefit from fitted wardrobes. The larger bedroom also has the benefit of a dressing area. All bedrooms have use of the modern family bathroom suite.
The south facing rear garden is a gardeners dream, with numerous flower beds and side borders offering a large and varied selection of plants as well as some trees. Aside from the interesting flower beds, there is still a large area of lawn as well as hardstanding and outbuildings at the rear of the garden.
Headley has a select range of shops and facilities which include a church, newsagent, hairdresser, delicatessen and village pub. For more comprehensive facilities, Grayshott and Liphook, which are equidistant, provide a wider range of shopping and recreational facilities, with Liphook having a main line station on the Portsmouth to Waterloo line. The area is surrounded by miles of open countryside; both woodland and heathland. There is a wide choice of private and state schools and access to the A3 can be found at Hindhead and Liphook, providing good communication routes to the north and south.