A real gem-being sold for the first time since new in 1952 and located in a wonderful position right in the centre of Grayshott village. This detached property offers scope for updating and enlargement whilst occupying a large level plot. The property is set back behind it’s walled front garden and is approached over a turning drive and pathway. There are areas of garden to either side and a detached single garage situated to the left-hand side.
Inside, the house affords two reception rooms which consist of a living room and a dining room. An authentic, hand made kitchen is located to the front of the house and offers a door through into the dining room. The living room has a pair of double doors which lead to the rear garden.
Once upstairs, three bedrooms are in situ. All three are of a good size, with the two larger rooms being located at the rear of the house. The room on the right hand side has a great amount of fitted bedroom furniture. A family bathroom is sizeable and also has a walk in eves space area.
The house is of its era in many areas, but truly does offer a charming level of authenticity about it. A degree of buyers will be looking to enlarge and improve and subject to obtaining necessary permissions, we believe that by extending and improving, suitable value will be added to the property.
The south facing rear garden measure approximately 100 x 70 ft, is level and mostly laid to lawn. A pathway leads all the way to the rear boundary where there is a wall with medium sized trees planted to the width of the boundary to offer an increasing amount of privacy. Thre is a garden shed as well as a pretty summer house.
Right in the heart of Grayshott village, Church Lane offers a level walk to the shops which include Co-op, Sainsbury’s and Lloyds Pharmacy. There is a wide choice of restaurants and cafés, lovely village pub, a post office, craft and hobby shops, an abundance of social clubs, a primary school, doctors and dentists surgeries and welcoming Churches.
Haslemere is located approximately 4.5 miles away and has as a train station serving Waterloo in under an hour and Portsmouth on the South Coast. There are numerous beauty spots within easy reach, The Devil's Punch Bowl, Ludshott Common and Waggoner's Well's. The main airports of Gatwick and Heathrow are 49 miles and 40 miles respectively.