With origins from the 1930’s and now offering substantial and extended accommodation over two floors, is this semi detached family home measuring close to 1750 sq ft in size or 2100 sq ft when including its garden studio. It is located on Beech Lane which is close to Grayshott village centre and all of the amenities on offer. The village school is also a few moments away whilst the garden backs on to the beautiful Golden Valley.
In our opinion, the accommodation flows perfectly, with a central hall providing access on either side to the two spacious principal reception rooms. Also on the ground floor is a modern and well designed kitchen, which has an adjoining utility room and shower room. There is a conservatory which extends from the rear of the house in to the rear garden.
There are five bedrooms overall on the first floor. Four of them are good size double bedrooms, with the two rear aspect rooms able to enjoy a far reaching view over the Golden Valley towards Beacon Hill and Hindhead. The bedrooms are served by two well appointed bathrooms.
The property is well set back from the Lane and offers a pretty and good sized cottage style garden whilst also offering off street parking for a good number of vehicles. When in the rear garden, a large decked area immidetlay adjoins the property and offers a level area for relaxation or entertaining. The remainder of the garden is principally made up of lawned areas, whilst along the boundarys, there is a good mixture of screening from shrunnery bushes and smaller trees. At the rear boundary edge, there is a magnificent garden structure. Currently utilised as a gym and cinema room, this insulated and fully serviced building would make a perfect home studio, occasional guest sroom or indeed could simpmly be retained and enjoyed for its current usages.
Grayshott village has a great variety of amenities including local independent shops, Saninsbury’s and Coop supermarkets, the Fox and Pelican pub, a Post Office, doctor and dental surgeries, a church and the renowned Grayshott Pottery. There is also a primary school and secondary and pre-schools in the vicinity. The larger towns of Haslemere and Farnham are within 4 and 9 miles respectively with frequent train services to London. The A3 is accessible with connections to the South Coast and airports.