A detached 1930’s characterful chalet style home, located close to both Liphook centre and the village of Bramshott. This deceptively spacious home offers approximately two thirds of the accommodation on the ground floor. It has well screened front and rear gardens and is offered to the market with no onward chain.
The property lends itself to offer flexible accommodation which currently consist of – a concealed entrance porch which leads through in to the wide central hallway. Located at the front of the property is a sitting room with a fireplace and edged fitted furniture. There is also a study at the front of the property. At the rear of the property there is the dining room, with the kitchen located adjacent. There is a bathroom and a bedroom also located on the ground floor. Once upstairs, there is a principal bedroom, measuring in the region of 17’2 x 15’6, a further bedroom and a shower room.
Outside, the front garden offers natural screening to the kerbside. There are shrubbery borders to either side of a gravel driveway which offers parking for several vehicles. The rear garden has a westerly aspect and is on the level. It has a mixture of lawn and patio and could be desirable for those looking for a less maintenance garden. There is a garden studio located to the right hand side of the garden.
The property is very well positioned for access to local schools, which are a short walk away. Village amenities include a Co-op, Post Office, Sainsbury’s and a wide range of local, independent shops. Further adding to Liphook’s appeal are a range of transport links including a mainline train station which runs between Portsmouth and London Waterloo. There is also easy access to the A3.