An impressive, detached family home, being sold for the first time in nearly 40 years, yet carefully improved and modernised during the current owner’s tenure. These four bedrooms home comes with spacious reception rooms, a generous private plot, lots of driveway parking as well as two detached garages and two workshops.
The ground floor offers a welcoming reception hallway which in turn provides access to all of the ground floor rooms. The staircase to the first floor has been beautifully upgraded to now offer a glass and oak balustrade. The large living room enjoys a twin aspect and a focal fireplace. There is a modern kitchen with a breakfast bar and fitted appliances as well as a door to the principal garden. The dining room and garden conservatory are linked by French style doors. Both rooms are a good size and offer good versatility for future uses.
On the first floor there are four bedrooms overall, three are double rooms with the fourth being a singe. The largest three bedrooms have built in wardrobes with the principal room also benefiting from an en-suite shower room. Accompanying the bedrooms is a family bathroom and a separate w/c. Furthermore, there is a shower room on the ground floor.
The external elevation is of an attractive mock Georgian style. There is off road parking to the sides of the house, with the primarily driveway and detached double garage receiving access from Stonehill road. A single garage and smaller driveway is located within the curtilage of this property and is accessed via Westview Road. The gardens offer areas of lawn, sun terrace, flower and shrubbery borders and vegetable growing areas. The gardens are naturally well screened from their surrounds and offer several areas to offer areas of tranquillity and enjoyment.
This property is located on a highly regarded residential road and sits in a slightly elevated plot. Headley Down is an attractive rural residential area, within easy reach of many acres of National Trust common, ideal for walking on Ludshott Common and the newly formed Headley Down Nature Reserve. A Budgens store and Texaco fuel station is in situ. A newsagent and small delicatessen can be found in Headley village. There are pubs in Headley, Arford and up in Grayshott village. A wider range of services and shops can be found in Grayshott, whilst high street shopping and mainline stations can be found at Haslemere and Farnham. The A3 is nearby. It has connections to London, the South Coast and both London Airports. Haslemere and Liphook stations are approximately 5 and 4 miles away respectively.